Handbook of psychological assessment / edited by Gerald Goldstein, Daniel N. Allen, John DeLuca.

The fourth edition of the Handbook of psychological assessment provides scholarly overviews of the major areas of psychological assessment, including test development, psychometrics, technology of testing, and commonly used assessment measures. Psychological assessment is included for all ages with...

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Other Authors: Goldstein, Gerald, 1931- (Editor), Allen, Daniel N., (Editor), DeLuca, John, 1956- (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: London ; San Diego, CA : Academic Press, [2019]
Edition:Fourth edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Part I. Introduction; 1 Historical perspectives - Part II. Psychometric foundations. 2 How to develop an empirically based psychological test - Part III. Assessment of intelligence. 3 Interpreting pediatric intelligence tests: a framework from evidence-based medicine
  • 4 The development, expansion, and future of the WAIS-IV as a cornerstone in comprehensive cognitive assessments - Part IV. Achievement and interest. 5 Aptitude and achievement testing - 6 Interest inventories - Part V. Neuropsychological assessment. 7 Sources of error and meaning in the pediatric neuropsychological evaluation - 8 Adult comprehensive neuropsychological assessment - 9 Assessment in sports: psychological and neuropsychological approaches - Part VI. Interviewing. 10 Clinical interviewing - 11 Structured and semistructured interviews for children - 12 Diagnostic and symptom interviews for adults - Part VII. Personality assessment. 13 Overview of multidimensional inventories of psychopathology with a focus on the MMPI-2 - 14 The Rorschach - Part VIII. Behavioral assessment. 15 Behavioral assessment of children - 16 Behavioral assessment of adults in clinical settings - Part IX. Special topics and applications. 17 Psychological assessment of the elderly - 18 Forensic psychology: practice issues - 19 Fairness in psychological testing - 20 Technological developments in assessment.