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Abbreviation:   TOMM  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   Test of Memory Malingering
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Cost of malingering mild traumatic brain injury-related cognitive deficits during compensation and pension evaluations in the veterans benefits administration. MSVT, mTBI
2019 Effects of Korsakoff Amnesia on performance and symptom validity testing. HC, KA, PVTs, SIMS, SVTs, VAT-E
2019 Financial Incentive Does Not Affect P300 in the Complex Trial Protocol (CTP) Version of the Concealed Information Test (CIT) in Malingering Detection. II. Uninstructed Subjects. ANS, CIT, CTP, RT, SCR
2019 Psychometric limitations of the RBANS effort index in forensic inpatient populations. DCT, EI, RBANS, ROC
2019 Reliable Digit Span: Does it Adequately Measure Suboptimal Effort in an Adult Epilepsy Population? RDS
2019 Using the inventory of problems - 29 (IOP-29) with the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) in symptom validity assessment: A study with a Portuguese sample of experimental feigners. IOP-29, mTBI
2019 When 10 is enough: Errors on the first 10 items of the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMMe10) and administration time predict freestanding performance validity tests (PVTs) and underperformance on memory measures. AUC, BVMT-R, MSVT, PVTs, TOMM1
2018 Classification accuracy of the Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS) Effort Index (EI) and Effort Scale (ES) relative to the Test Of Memory Malingering (TOMM) in a mixed clinical sample. EI, ES, RBANS
2018 Clinical utility of the Rey 15-Item Test, recognition trial, and error scores for detecting noncredible neuropsychological performance in a mixed clinical sample of veterans. AUCs, DOR, ROC, WMT
10  2018 Detecting clinical and simulated dissociative identity disorder with the Test of Memory Malingering. DID
11  2018 Differentiating epilepsy from psychogenic nonepileptic seizures using neuropsychological test data. EEG, ES, PNES, RR
12  2018 Performance on the Test of Memory Malingering is predicted by the number of errors on its first 10 items on an inpatient epilepsy monitoring unit. PVTs, ROC, WMT
13  2018 Performance validity testing in a clinical sample of adults with sickle cell disease. PVTs, RDS, RDS-R, SCD
14  2018 Performance Validity, Neurocognitive Disorder, and Post-concussion Symptom Reporting in Service Members with a History of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. EI, mTBI, PVT, RBANS
15  2018 The Dot Counting Test adds up: Validation and response pattern analysis in a mixed clinical veteran sample. DCT, PVT, WMT
16  2018 Trial 1 versus Trial 2 of the Test of Memory Malingering: Evaluating accuracy without a "gold standard". LCM
17  2018 Using the Memory Validity Profile (MVP) to detect invalid performance in youth with mild traumatic brain injury. MSVT, mTBI, MVP, PVT
18  2018 WHO-AVLT recognition trial: Initial validation for a new malingering index for Spanish-speaking patients. ---
19  2017 A cross-cultural analysis of the Test of Memory Malingering among Latin American Spanish-speaking adults. ---
20  2017 A single error is one too many: Examining alternative cutoffs on Trial 2 of the TOMM. PSY, TBI
21  2017 Evaluation of the Response Bias Scale and Improbable Failure Scale in assessing feigned cognitive impairment. AUC, FCI, IF, IST, MMPI, RBS
22  2017 Financial incentive does not affect P300 (in response to certain episodic and semantic probe stimuli) in the Complex Trial Protocol (CTP) version of the Concealed Information Test (CIT) in detection of malingering. CIT, CTP
23  2017 Identifying feigning in trauma-exposed African immigrants. DCT, M-FAST
24  2017 Longitudinal Study of Postconcussion Syndrome: Not Everyone Recovers. CT, MRI, PCS
25  2017 Not all performance validity tests are created equal: The role of recollection and familiarity in the Test of Memory Malingering and Word Memory Test. PVTs, WMT
26  2017 Performance validity testing in children and adolescents: A descriptive study comparing direct and embedded measures. PVTs, RDS
27  2017 The Visual Association Test-Extended: a cross-sectional study of the performance validity measures. AD, MCI, MND, PVTs, VAT-E, WMT
28  2017 Validation of the Advanced Clinical Solutions Word Choice Test (WCT) in a Mixed Clinical Sample: Establishing Classification Accuracy, Sensitivity/Specificity, and Cutoff Scores. CI, WCT, WMT
29  2016 Cognitive functioning in fibromyalgia: The central role of effort. FIQ, FM, SSS, VAS, WPI
30  2016 Performance on the Test of Memory Malingering in children with neurological conditions. ---
31  2016 Test of memory malingering with children: The utility of Trial 1 and TOMMe10 as screeners of test validity. ---
32  2015 A Bayesian approach to mixed group validation of performance validity tests. MGV
33  2015 A comparison of the degree of effort involved in the TOMM and the ACS Word Choice Test using a dual-task paradigm. TBI, WCT
34  2015 Comparison of performance of the test of memory malingering and word memory test in a criminal forensic sample. GMIPs, WMT
35  2015 Embedded Performance Validity on the CVLT-C for Youth with Neurological Disorders. CVLT-C, RD
36  2015 Limited usefulness of the Rey Fifteen-Item Test in detection of invalid performance in veterans suspected of mild traumatic brain injury. DS, FIT, mTBI
37  2015 Neural correlates of malingering in mild traumatic brain injury: A positron emission tomography study. GT, mTBI, PET, PT
38  2015 Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM): Normative data for the Latin American Spanish speaking adult population. ---
39  2014 An examination of the frequency of invalid forgetting on the Test of Memory Malingering. ACI, IFFI
40  2014 Clinical decision making in response to performance validity test failure in a psychiatric setting. PVT, TVS
41  2014 Comparisons of five performance validity indices in bona fide and simulated traumatic brain injury. CVLT-FC, MSVT, PVTs, RDS, ROC, TBI, WCT
42  2014 Discriminating among ADHD alone, ADHD with a comorbid psychological disorder, and feigned ADHD in a college sample. DMT, LMT, NV-MSVT, WAIS-IV, WJ-III
43  2014 Effects of severity of dementia on a symptom validity measure. ANCOVA, MCI, MCI, RBANS, SVTs
44  2014 Effort testing in schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder: validity indicator profile and test of memory malingering performance characteristics. VIP
45  2014 Performance and specificity rates in the Test of Memory Malingering: an investigation into pediatric clinical populations. ---
46  2014 Specificity and false positive rates of the Test of Memory Malingering, Rey 15-item Test, and Rey Word Recognition Test among forensic inpatients with intellectual disabilities. FP, ID, WRT
47  2014 The influence of effort on neuropsychological performance in children: is performance on the TOMM indicative of neuropsychological ability? WCST
48  2014 The value of embedded measures in detecting suboptimal effort in children: an investigation into the WISC-IV Digit Span and CMS Verbal Memory subtests. CMS
49  2014 Utility of the test of memory malingering (TOMM) in children ages 4-7 years with and without ADHD. ADHD
50  2013 Assessing effort: differentiating performance and symptom validity. CFA, CVLT-II, MSVT, PCL-M, PCSQ, RBS, RDS, TMT-B
51  2013 Can the Sensitivity and Specificity of the TOMM Be Increased with Differential Cutoff Scores? ---
52  2013 Predicting test of memory malingering and medical symptom validity test failure within a Veterans Affairs Medical Center: use of the Response Bias Scale and the Henry-Heilbronner Index. HHI, MSVT, RBS
53  2013 Test of memory malingering: cutoff scores for psychometrically defined malingering groups in a military sample. ---
54  2013 Using the yes/no recognition response pattern to detect memory malingering. MMPI
55  2013 WAIS-IV Digit Span variables: are they valuable for use in predicting TOMM and MSVT failure? DS, MSVT
56  2012 Assessing sub-optimal performance with the Test of Memory Malingering in Spanish speaking patients with TBI. TBI
57  2012 Clinical utility of reliable digit span in assessing effort in children and adolescents with epilepsy. RDSs
58  2012 Derivation and clinical validation of consistency indices on the test of memory malingering. CNS, MSVT
59  2012 Estimating the accuracy of neurocognitive effort measures in the absence of a "gold standard". CARB, LCM, SVTs, WMT
60  2012 The Albany Consistency Index for the Test of Memory Malingering. ACI, SVTs, WMT
61  2012 The effects of coaching on the verbal and nonverbal medical symptom validity tests. MSVT, NV-MSVT, SVTs
62  2012 The efficiency and accuracy of the Test of Memory Malingering trial 1, errors on the first 10 items of the test of memory malingering, and five embedded measures in predicting invalid test performance. AUC
63  2012 The use of all three Test of Memory Malingering trials in establishing the level of effort. ---
64  2012 The value of the wechsler intelligence scale for children-fourth edition digit span as an embedded measure of effort: an investigation into children with dual diagnoses. ---
65  2012 Utility of TOMM Trial 1 as an indicator of effort in children and adolescents. ---
66  2011 Comparison between the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) and the Nonverbal Medical Symptom Validity Test (NV-MSVT) in adults with disability claims. NV-MSVT, TBI
67  2011 Comparison of computerized versus booklet versions of the TOMM™. ---
68  2011 Detecting coached feigning using the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) and the Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology (SIMS). SIMS
69  2011 Embedded assessment of validity using the continuous visual memory test in patients with traumatic brain injury. CVMT, WMT
70  2011 Performance on the test of memory malingering (TOMM) among a large clinic-referred pediatric sample. SVT
71  2011 Reducing the probability of false positives in malingering detection of Social Security disability claimants. MSVT, PCE, RDS, SVS
72  2011 Sensitivity of the test of memory malingering and the Nonverbal Medical Symptom Validity Test: a replication study. NV-MSVT
73  2011 The impact of clinical and demographic variables on cognitive performance in methamphetamine-dependent individuals in rural South Carolina. CVLT, IQ, METH, PASAT, SDMT, WCST
74  2011 The malingering factor. WAIS-R
75  2011 Use of Trial 1 of the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) as a screening measure of effort: suggested discontinuation rules. ---
76  2011 Using symptom validity tests to detect malingered ADHD in college students. DMT, LMT, NV-MSVT
77  2010 Administration order effects on the test of memory malingering. BNT, TOMM-1
78  2010 Detection of feigned ADHD in college students. ADHD, SVTs
79  2010 Detection of malingered mental retardation. CVM, MR
80  2010 Detection of simulated memory impairment in 6- to 11-year-old children. WMT
81  2010 Influence of poor effort on self-reported symptoms and neurocognitive test performance following mild traumatic brain injury. BC-CCI, mTBI, PCS
82  2010 Relationship between suboptimal cognitive effort and the clinical scales of the Personality Assessment Inventory. PAI
83  2010 Validation of symptom validity tests using a "child-model" of adult cognitive impairments. ASTM, SVTs, WCMT, WMT
84  2010 Validity of the Wechsler Test of Adult Reading (WTAR): effort considered in a clinical sample of U.S. military veterans. WTAR
85  2009 Assessing effort during neuropsychological evaluation with the TOMM in children and adolescents with epilepsy. ---
86  2009 Detecting malingered pain-related disability: classification accuracy of the test of memory malingering. FP, MPRD
87  2009 Digit span age scaled score in middle-aged military veterans: is it more closely associated with TOMM failure than reliable digit span? DS, DS Age SS
88  2009 Feigned neurocognitive deficit: taxon or dimension? L-Mode, LMT, MAMBAC, MAXCOV, VSVT
89  2009 Rates of below-chance performance in forced-choice symptom validity tests. PDRT, SVTs, WMT
90  2009 Relationship between Tomm performance and PAI validity scales in a mixed clinical sample. INF, NIM, PAI
91  2009 The diagnostic accuracy of symptom validity tests when used with postsecondary students with learning disabilities: a preliminary investigation. LD, WMT, WRT
92  2008 Clinical utility of Trial 1 of the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM). ---
93  2008 Detecting malingering in traumatic brain injury and chronic pain: a comparison of three forced-choice symptom validity tests. CP, PDRT, TBI, WMT
94  2008 Distinguishing between neuropsychological malingering and exaggerated psychiatric symptoms in a neuropsychological setting. MCMI-III, RDS, SVT
95  2008 Effort issues in post-acute outpatient acquired brain injury rehabilitation seekers. ---
96  2008 Is the Rey 15-Item Memory Test II (Rey II) a valid symptom validity test?: comparison with the TOMM. Rey II
97  2008 Malingering detection in a Spanish population with a known-groups design. ---
98  2008 Malingering on the social security disability consultative exam: predictors and base rates. DDS, MSVT, PCE, SVTs
99  2008 New measures to detect malingered neurocognitive deficit: applying reaction time and event-related potentials. ERPs, HON, MAL, MNCD, RTs, TBI
100  2008 Test of memory malingering and word memory test: a new comparison of failure concordance rates. WMT