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Richard Lanyon is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University. His research interests include the psychological assessment in general and personality assessment in particular, focusing on areas that are relevant to psychology and law. His current projects involve the development and validation of methods to assess response distortions (“misrepresentation”) during assessments in various forensic contexts, such as personal injury claimants, major felons, and divorce/custody situations, etc.
His research projects include studies of the"Validity of the balanced inventory of desirable responding and the Paulhus Deception Scales in forensic assessment,"Development and validation of a measure of extreme virtue for the Multidimensional Health Profile" and "Cognitive set, secondary gain, and progress in physical rehabilitation."
Ph.D. University of Iowa 1964