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Conducting Psychological Assessment. A Guide for Practitioners. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 5185953
  • Book
  • January 2021
  • 400 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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"This new addition of Wright's useful text is a tour de force. No one else writes more clearly, practically, and helpfully than Wright about psychological assessment?especially about the complex process of case conceptualization. This book should be required reading in every graduate course on psychological assessment." ?Stephen E. Finn, PhD, Founder, Center for Therapeutic Assessment

"A. Jordan Wright's Conducting Psychological Assessment is a comprehensive step-by-step guide to every aspect of psychological testing and assessment. Blending clinical wisdom with rigorous empirical evidence, the author guides readers though every phase of the assessment process, from selecting appropriate measures and collecting test data through writing assessment reports and providing feedback to clients. Experienced clinicians, early career psychologists, and students will all benefit from this important book; it should be on every clinician's bookshelf." ?Robert F. Bornstein, PhD, Derner School of Psychology, Adelphi University

"Conducting Psychological Assessment (2nd ed) provides a clear, concise, practical guide to essential aspects of clinical assessment. Dr. Wright presents scholarly research, draws on extensive clinical experience, and illustrates his guidelines with rich case examples. Much of this information is typically not included in other assessment books, such as how to select tests, strategies to integrate contradictory data, and how to work with clients who disagree with assessment results. Accordingly, I recommend this to all health professionals involved with clinical assessment." ?Gary Groth-Marnat, PhD, ABPP, ABAP
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PART I Conducting Psychological Assessment

INTRODUCTION The Hypothesis Testing Model

CHAPTER 1 The Initial Clinical Assessment: Clinical Interviewing and Hypothesis Building

CHAPTER 2 Selecting Tests

CHAPTER 3 Testing

CHAPTER 4 Integrating Data

CHAPTER 5 Writing Reports

CHAPTER 6 Providing Feedback

PART II Case Studies in Psychological Assessment

CHAPTER 7 A Woman With Poor Attention

CHAPTER 8 A Woman With Interpersonal Problems

CHAPTER 9 A Young Man Who Steals

CHAPTER 10 An Adolescent Girl With Test Anxiety

CHAPTER 11 An Aggressive Boy

CHAPTER 12 An Adolescent Girl With School Problems



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A. Jordan Wright Columbia University, New York, NY.
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