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(p. 151) Interpretation 

(p. 151) Interpretation
(p. 151) Interpretation

Jane Goodman-Delahunty

and William E. Foote

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date: 25 October 2020

Chapter 6 discusses interpretation of data using the five-stage model introduced in chapter five. This chapter also introduces the fourth and fifth phases of the assessment, which focus on the status of the plaintiff on the day of the assessment itself and in the future, considering adherence to DSM-IV guidelines and malingering.

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