**McKinzey, R. K., Prieler, J., & Raven, J. (2003). Detection of children’s malingering on Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42(1), 95-99.**

A formula for detecting faked Raven's SPM profiles was cross-validated on 44 children and adolescents (ages 7-17). It yielded a false negative rate of 64%. However, a formula involving three very easy items (i.e., any of A3, A4, & B1 missed) yielded a hit rate of 95%, with 5% false positive and negative rates. All but two of the participants were able to produce lower scores when asked to fake the test.

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