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2018, vol. 75, br. 2, str. 219-223
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: aktuelni problemi
doi:10.2298/VSP151213243D

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aFaculty of Media and Communications, Department of Psychology, Belgrade + Clinical Center of Serbia, Clinical for Psychiatry, Belgrade
bClinical Center of Montenegro, Psychiatric Clinic, Podgorica, Montenegro

e-adresa: dragana.djuric.jocic@fmk.edu.rs

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The research base for this entity is very small because it is not recognized as a separate diagnostic category; we do not have operationalized criteria for its recognition, so there is no data on the prevalence in the general or psychiatric population. The rarity of the disorder and lack of agreement on the methodology that researcher will apply prevent clustering of the sample and results, including the integration of the findings of different researchers. We do not have consistent data on the amount and structure of intellectual abilities of these individuals, whether they express specific neuropsychological deficits, how they are positioned in today's dominant theoretical personality models or in relation to other psychiatric categories (particularly personality disorders). The use of modern neuro/psychological tests can give us the answers to numerous researches or diagnostic dilemmas appearing during the work with individuals who have a problem of pathological lying. The existence of an agreement among psychologists as to which tests will be administered in this category of patients and the development of an Internet database in one research center would allow the accumulation of results which could help us to better understand the phenomenon of pathological lying and to treat it more successfully.

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