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An Investigation of the ECST-R as a Measure of Competence and Feigning

An Investigation of the ECST-R as a Measure of Competence and Feigning

Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 10(2): 91-106

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DOI: 10.1080/15228930903446625

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