This approach not only lets malingerers
know that they are not succeeding, but also grants the clinician useful breathing space in which to regain perspective and seek a more satisfactory approach to the client's requests.
The demands of the negative priming task, coupled with the simulated malingerers
likely devoting more attentional resources in avoiding the correct answer (or maintaining and monitoring a strategy that involved generating a consistent suboptimal level of performance), likely influenced the results obtained.
A well-detailed system of personnel policies and structured personnel record keeping can prevent stress claims in the High Achiever, Assaulted Superego and Malingerer
categories of workers.
SOMEONE actually called ME the malingerers
disease to my face, it was so hurtful and so ignorant.
Believe me, this wasn't an attempt at sick humour but a genuine belief that one shouldn't indulge malingerers
He is the opposite of a malingerer
," Mr Presland said.
Now I'm not making excuses for the malingerer
, and we all know the sort who phones in coughing and spluttering in summer, claiming to have "the flu".
Henry Hook - portrayed in the film Zulu as a Cockney malingerer
- was actually a Gloucestershire man and a most upright soldier.
As a result those who claim to be suffering from stress can often be labelled a malingerer
But there have been times when I have had people look at me as if I am a malingerer
The doctor, baffled, accused him of being a malingerer