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3Diagnostic Criteria for Malingered Neurocognitive Dysfunction: Proposed Standards for Clinical Practice and ResearchClinical Neuropsychologist1999820
4American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology Consensus Conference Statement on the Neuropsychological Assessment of Effort, Response Bias, and MalingeringClinical Neuropsychologist2009753
5Minimal Neuropsychological Assessment of MS Patients: A Consensus ApproachClinical Neuropsychologist2002556
6Detection of Malingering Using Atypical Performance Patterns on Standard Neuropsychological TestsClinical Neuropsychologist2003490
7Neuropsychological tests' norms above age 55: COWAT, BNT, MAE token, WRAT-R reading, AMNART, STROOP, TMT, and JLOClinical Neuropsychologist1996477
8Interpreting Change on ImPACT Following Sport ConcussionClinical Neuropsychologist2003440
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11Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS): An Emerging Neuroimaging Technology with Important Applications for the Study of Brain DisordersClinical Neuropsychologist2007349
12An Integrated Review of Recovery after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI): Implications for Clinical ManagementClinical Neuropsychologist2009305
13Category test and trail making test as measures of frontal lobe functionsClinical Neuropsychologist1995304
14Aggregation Across Multiple Indicators Improves the Detection of Malingering: Relationship to Likelihood RatiosClinical Neuropsychologist2008272
15Prediction of Functional Status from Neuropsychological Tests in Community-Dwelling Elderly IndividualsClinical Neuropsychologist2000269
16Neuropsychologists’ Validity Testing Beliefs and Practices: A Survey of North American ProfessionalsClinical Neuropsychologist2015261
17EEG Neurofeedback: A Brief Overview and an Example of Peak Alpha Frequency Training for Cognitive Enhancement in the ElderlyClinical Neuropsychologist2007246
18American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) Practice Guidelines for Neuropsychological Assessment and ConsultationClinical Neuropsychologist2007237
19The Need For Continuous and Comprehensive Sampling of Effort/Response Bias During Neuropsychological ExaminationsClinical Neuropsychologist2009234
20Longitudinal Changes in Memory and Executive Functioning are Associated with longitudinal change in instrumental activities of daily living in older AdultsClinical Neuropsychologist2009233
21A Meta-Analysis of Neuropsychological Outcome After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Re-analyses and Reconsiderations of Binder et al. (1997), Frencham et al. (2005), and Pertab et al. (2009)Clinical Neuropsychologist2011232
22Increasing Culturally Competent Neuropsychological Services for Ethnic Minority Populations: A Call to ActionClinical Neuropsychologist2010219
23Sensitivity and Specificity of Various Digit Span Scores in the Detection of Suspect EffortClinical Neuropsychologist2006216
24Predicting loss of employment over three years in multiple sclerosis: clinically meaningful cognitive declineClinical Neuropsychologist2010205
25Defining Neurocognitive Impairment in HIV: Deficit Scores Versus Clinical RatingsClinical Neuropsychologist2012192
26A Meta-Analysis of the Neuropsychological Effects of Adjuvant Chemotherapy Treatment in Women Treated for Breast CancerClinical Neuropsychologist2006189
27American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) 2021 consensus statement on validity assessment: Update of the 2009 AACN consensus conference statement on neuropsychological assessment of effort, response bias, and malingeringClinical Neuropsychologist2021189
28Practice Effects on Commonly Used Measures of Executive Function Across Twelve MonthsClinical Neuropsychologist1999186
29Symptom Validity Testing: A Critical ReviewClinical Neuropsychologist2001183
30Interpreting the Meaning of Multiple Symptom Validity Test FailureClinical Neuropsychologist2009180
31Mayo's Older African Americans Normative Studies: Norms for Boston Naming Test, Controlled Oral Word Association, Category Fluency, Animal Naming, Token Test, Wrat-3 Reading, Trail Making Test, Stroop Test, and Judgment of Line OrientationClinical Neuropsychologist2005173
32“Good Old Days” Bias Following Mild Traumatic Brain InjuryClinical Neuropsychologist2010171
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34Rey complex figure test under four different administration proceduresClinical Neuropsychologist1995170
35Neuropsychological Differentiation of Dementia with Lewy Bodies from Normal Aging and Alzheimer's DiseaseClinical Neuropsychologist2006170
36How'd They Do It? Malingering Strategies on Symptom Validity TestsClinical Neuropsychologist2002169
37Neuropsychological Characteristics of Adults with ADHD: A Comprehensive Review of Initial StudiesClinical Neuropsychologist2002169
38Management of Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Neuropsychological Review From Injury Through RecoveryClinical Neuropsychologist2008169
39Adult Norms for the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test and for Supplemental Recognition and Matching Trials from the Extended Complex Figure TestClinical Neuropsychologist1999165
40The tower of London test: Validation and standardization for pediatric populatonsClinical Neuropsychologist1996162
41The reliability of multidimensional neuropsychological measures: from alpha to omegaClinical Neuropsychologist2017162
42Initial Validation of a Screening Battery for the Detection of HIV-Associated Cognitive ImpairmentClinical Neuropsychologist2004160
43Mayo's Older Americans Normative Studies: Age- and IQ-Adjusted Norms for the Trail-Making Test, the Stroop Test, and MAE Controlled Oral Word Association TestClinical Neuropsychologist2005156
45Practice Effect and Test-Retest Reliability of Attentional and Executive Tests in Middle-Aged to Elderly SubjectsClinical Neuropsychologist2004149
46Official position of the american academy of clinical neuropsychology on serial neuropsychological assessments: the utility and challenges of repeat test administrations in clinical and forensic contextsClinical Neuropsychologist2010148
47Detecting Malingering in Traumatic Brain Injury and Chronic Pain: A Comparison of Three Forced-Choice Symptom Validity TestsClinical Neuropsychologist2008147
48Validity of teleneuropsychology for older adults in response to COVID-19: A systematic and critical reviewClinical Neuropsychologist2020140
49The Robust Reliability of Neuropsychological Measures: Meta-Analyses of Test–Retest CorrelationsClinical Neuropsychologist2013139
50MMPI-2 validity scales versus domain specific measures in detection of factitious traumatic brain injuryClinical Neuropsychologist1995137