McKinzey, R. K., Podd, M. & Kreibehl, M. A., (6/25/04). Concurrent validity of the TOMM and LNNB. WebPsychEmpiricist.
An archival search was done to find adults who were given the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) and the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery (LNNB), both neuropsychological tests, in order to compare the outcomes and refine the interpretation of the TOMM and validity formula for the LNNB. The two malingering measures agreed 89.3% of the time, and people with serious cognitive disorders were able to pass them. No single rationale, including a serious memory disorder, accounts for the remaining 11%.