Australian psychologists' beliefs and practice in the detection of malingering

Jacqueline Yoxall, Mark Bahr, Norman Barling

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Abstract

Interest and research in personality and individual differences, in why people behave the way they do and the implications for life and living, remains unabated around the world. The studies presented in this book range from examining the effects of the stars the seasons and dates of birth and the clinical and professional drivers of research that enable our understanding of traits, emotions, moral processes and bio-social responses to drugs and alcohol, and how they are related to efforts to make a difference for the well-being and survival of our world, whether as individuals or as the human race.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPersonality and individual differences
Subtitle of host publicationCurrent directions
EditorsR. E. Hicks
Place of PublicationBowen Hills
PublisherAustralian Academic Press
Pages315-326
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9781921513664
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Yoxall, J., Bahr, M., & Barling, N. (2010). Australian psychologists' beliefs and practice in the detection of malingering. In R. E. Hicks (Ed.), Personality and individual differences: Current directions (pp. 315-326). Australian Academic Press.