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Malingering is a deliberate behavior for a known external purpose. It is not considered a form of mental illness or psychopathology, although it can occur in the context of other mental illnesses.

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  PsychNet-UK Malingering Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
  Malingering - Malingering is not considered a mental illness. In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV- TR), malingering receives a V code as one of the other conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention. 3/5
  Malingering - Is the purposeful exaggeration of physical or psychological complaints with the goal of receiving a reward. 3/5
  Malingering Research Update - This resource was developed to help clinicians, forensic practitioners, expert witnesses, attorneys, researchers, and others—particularly those without adequate physical or financial access to professional libraries—keep up with the constantly emerging research relevant to assessing malingering, faking bad, and symptom exaggeration.3/5
   
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Malingering is a deliberate behavior for a known external purpose. It is not considered a form of mental illness or psychopathology, although it can occur in the context of other mental illnesses.
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