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As the number of disability claims increases, so does the demand for forensic disability evaluations. However, an examiner’s lack of knowledge and understanding of the nature and nuances of disability evaluations can threaten the validity of these evaluations. Although many threats to validity are outside the control of the examiner, this article identifies eight examiner-related threats to validity in terms of conceptual errors, errors in data collection, and inferential errors. Following this, six suggestions for reducing such threats are presented.
Journal: International Journal of Law and Psychiatry - Volumes 42–43, September–December 2015, Pages 75–80