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  1. Couples in Collusion

    Short-Term, Assessment-Based Strategies for Helping Couples Disarm Their Defenses

    By Dennis A. Bagarozzi

    Series: Family Therapy and Counseling

    When a couple enters therapy, both partners have either explicit or implicit understandings of what can—and, more importantly, cannot—be discussed in therapy. Even when empirically tested assessments are used to help pinpoint areas of concern and conflict, couples may choose to identify only those...

    Published July 12th 2012 by Routledge

  2. Writing to Clients and Referring Professionals about Psychological Assessment Results

    A Handbook of Style and Grammar

    By J. B. Allyn

    This book is the first on the craft of effective writing structured expressly for the psychologist-assessor. Author J. B. Allyn, a professional writer who specializes in psychology, combines reference book with tutorial. She blends information on the qualities that create a writer’s unique presence...

    Published January 9th 2012 by Routledge

  3. Assessment in Art Therapy

    Edited by Andrea Gilroy, Robin Tipple, Christopher Brown

    Assessment in Art Therapy gives a unique insight into the diverse contemporary practices that constitute assessment in art therapy, providing an overview of the different approaches employed in Britain and the USA today. This professional handbook comprises three parts. 'Sitting Beside'...

    Published December 19th 2011 by Routledge

  4. Scientific Foundations of Clinical Assessment

    By Stephen N. Haynes, Gregory T. Smith, John D. Hunsley

    Series: Foundations of Clinical Science and Practice

    Scientific Foundations of Clinical Assessment is a user-friendly overview of the most important principles and concepts of clinical assessment. It provides readers with a science-based framework for interpreting assessment research and making good assessment decisions, such as selecting the best...

    Published March 7th 2011 by Routledge

  5. Introduction to Psychometric Theory

    By Tenko Raykov, George A. Marcoulides

    This new text provides a state-of the-art introduction to educational and psychological testing and measurement theory that reflects many intellectual developments of the past two decades. The book introduces psychometric theory using a latent variable modeling (LVM) framework and emphasizes...

    Published September 21st 2010 by Routledge

  6. Handbook of Polytomous Item Response Theory Models

    Edited by Michael L. Nering, Remo Ostini

    This comprehensive Handbook focuses on the most used polytomous item response theory (IRT) models. These models help us understand the interaction between examinees and test questions where the questions have various response categories. The book reviews all of the major models and includes...

    Published April 5th 2010 by Routledge

  7. Clinical Applications of the Personality Assessment Inventory

    Edited by Mark A. Blais, Matthew R. Baity, Christopher J. Hopwood

    Clinical Applications of the Personality Assessment Inventory demonstrates the broad clinical utility of this modern multi-scale self-report measure of psychological functioning. By bringing together leading experts in psychological assessment from diverse applied settings, the book illustrates the...

    Published March 23rd 2010 by Routledge

  8. Using Technology to Support Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Practices

    A Clinician's Guide

    Edited by Michael A. Cucciare, Kenneth R. Weingardt

    The use of technology to provide cost-effective behavioral healthcare is emerging as a crucial aspect of treating a wide variety of behavioral health problems. However, many behavioral health providers lack the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively integrate technology-based...

    Published October 29th 2009 by Routledge

  9. Handbook of Violence Risk Assessment

    Edited by Randy K. Otto, Kevin S. Douglas

    Series: International Perspectives on Forensic Mental Health

    This comprehensive Handbook of original chapters serves as a resource for clinicians and researchers alike. Two introductory chapters cover general issues in violence risk assessment, while the remainder of the book offers a comprehensive discussion of specific risk...

    Published October 27th 2009 by Routledge

  10. Applying Generalizability Theory using EduG

    By Jean Cardinet, Sandra Johnson, Gianreto Pini

    Series: Quantitative Methodology Series

    Intended to help improve measurement and data collection methods in the behavioral, social, and medical sciences, this book demonstrates an expanded and accessible use of Generalizability Theory (G theory). G theory conceptually models the way in which the reliability of measurement is ascertained....

    Published October 27th 2009 by Routledge