Correction to: Further Validation of the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) Trial 1 Performance Validity Index: Examination of False Positives and Convergent Validity (Psychological Injury and Law, (2018), 11, 4, (325-335), 10.1007/s12207-018-9335-9)

Troy A. Webber, K. Chase Bailey, W. Alexander Alverson, Edan A. Critchfield, Kathleen M. Bain, Johanna M. Messerly, Justin J.F. O’Rourke, Joshua W. Kirton, Chrystal Fullen, Janice C. Marceaux, Jason R. Soble

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Correction of mistake in the original version of this paper, BFurther Validation of the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) Trial 1 Performance Validity Index: Examination of False Positives and Convergent Validity^, the sentence BAs indicated in Table 7, TOMMT1 ≤ 40 exhibited sensitivity of .86 and specificity of .85, though TOMMT1 ≤ 43 exhibited the best combination of sensitivity (.81) and specificity (.91) in our sample.^ in the Results section should read BAs indicated in Table 7, TOMM T1 ≤ 40 exhibited sensitivity of .85 and specificity of .86, though TOMM T1 ≤ 36 exhibited the best combination of sensitivity (.79) and specificity (.90) in our sample.^. In the Discussion section, the sentence BBased on standards in neuropsychology performance validity testing suggesting that sensitivity ≥.40 and specificity ≥.90 represent adequate classification accuracy (Boone, 2012), ROC curve analyses suggested TOMM T1 ≤42 had the best combination of sensitivity (.81) and specificity (.91) in our sample, while TOMM T1 ≤40 exhibited sensitivity of .86 and specificity of .85.^ should read BBased on standards in neuropsychology.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)88-89
Number of pages2
JournalPsychological Injury and Law
Volume12
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 15 2019

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Psychiatry and Mental health
  • Law

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