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Comprehensive Handbook of Psychological Assessment, 4 Volume Set

Michel Hersen (Editor-in-Chief)
ISBN: 978-0-471-41610-4
2400 pages
September 2003
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Dr. Hersen has gathered in this unprecedented 4-volume work the leading resaerchers and clinicians in psychological assessment. This groundbreaking reference presents essential information on the four major classes of psychological assessment instruments, including intelligence/neuropsychological, personality (both objective and projective), behavioral, and industrial/organizational. Each volume contains information on the history of the specific branch of testing, the range of tests, theoretical considerations, psychometric concerns, range of populations, cross-cultural factors, use with people with disabilities, legal/ethical considerations, computerization, and future development. Individual chapters consider these topics as they relate to specific instruments. As a result these volumes are indispensable for clincians practicing in these areas as well as library collections.
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CONTENTS VOLUME 1

Handbook Preface.

Contributors.

SECTION ONE: INTELLECTUAL ABILITY.

1. INTRODUCTION TO SECTION ONE (Gerald Goldstein and Sue R. Beers).

2. THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE: ISSUES AND APPLICATIONS (J.P. Das).

3. RELATIONS BETWEEN INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT TESTS (Michael C. Ramsay and Cecil R. Reynolds).

4. THE WECHSLER INTELLIGENCE SCALES FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS (Jianjun Zhu, Lawrence G. Weiss, Aurelio Prifitera, and Diane Coalson).

5. “BACK TO THE FUTURE” OF THE STANFORD-BINET INTELLIGENCE SCALES (R.W. Kamphaus and Anna P. Kroncke).

6. MEASURES OF INFANT AND EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (Glen P. Aylward).

SECTION TWO: NEUROPSYCHOLOGY.

7. INTRODUCTION TO SECTION TWO (Gerald Goldstein and Sue R. Beers).

Part One: Comprehensive Neuropsychological Assessment Batteries.

8. THEORETICAL, METHODOLOGICAL, AND VALIDATIONAL BASES OF THE HALSTEAD-REITAN NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST BATTERY (Ralph M. Reitan and Deborah Wolfson).

9. THE ADULT LURIA-NEBRASKA NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL BATTERY (Charles J. Golden).

10. THE LURIA-NEBRASKA NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL BATTERY–CHILDREN’S REVISION (Robert A. Leark).

11. NEPSY—A TOOL FOR COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT OF NEUROCOGNITIVE DISORDERS IN CHILDREN (Marit Korkman).

Part Two: Neuropsychological Assessment of Cognitive Domains.

12. LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION ASSESSMENT IN ADULTS (Guila Glosser and Patricia M. Fitzpatrick).

13. LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT IN CHILDREN (Elizabeth Kelley, Garland Jones, and Deborah Fein).

14. MEMORY AND LEARNING IN ADULTS (John DeLuca and Nancy D. Chiaravalloti).

15. COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MEMORY: THE WIDE RANGE ASSESSMENT OF MEMORY AND LEARNING, THE TEST OF MEMORY AND LEARNING, AND THE CALIFORNIA VERBAL LEARNING TEST-CHILDREN’S VERSION (Michael J. Miller, Jo Ann Petrie, Erin D. Bigler, and Wayne V. Adams).

16. THE ATTENTION BATTERY FOR ADULTS: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO ASSESSMENT (Connie C. Duncan and Allan F. Mirsky).

17. THE ATTENTION BATTERY FOR CHILDREN: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO ASSESSMENT (Allan F. Mirsky and Connie C. Duncan).

18. ABSTRACT REASONING AND PROBLEM SOLVING IN ADULTS (Gerald Goldstein).

19. SENSORY-PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR FUNCTION (Gerald Goldstein and Richard D. Sanders).

Part Three: Professional Issues.

20. THE CULTURAL IN CROSS-CULTURAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY (Antonio E. Puente and Anna V. Agranovich).

21. TRANSLATION AND TEST ADMINISTRATION TECHNIQUES TO MEET THE ASSESSMENT NEEDS OF ETHNIC MINORITIES, MIGRANTS, AND REFUGEES (Victor Nell).

22. FORENSIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGY (Jim Hom and Janice Nici).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

CONTENTS VOLUME 2

Handbook Preface.

Contributors.

SECTION ONE: OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY.

1. OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW (Daniel L. Segal and Frederick L. Coolidge).

Part One: Adult Assessment Instruments.

2. THE PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT INVENTORY (PAI) (Leslie C. Morey and Christina D. Boggs).

3. THE MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALITY INVENTORY-2 (MMPI-2) (James N. Butcher, Mera M. Atlis, and Jungwon Hahn).

4. THE SIXTEEN PERSONALITY FACTOR (16PF) QUESTIONNAIRE (Heather E.P. Cattell).

5. THE BECK DEPRESSION INVENTORY-II (BDI-II), BECK HOPELESSNESS SCALE (BHS), AND BECK SCALE FOR SUICIDE IDEATION (BSS) (David J.A. Dozois and Roger Covin).

6. MEASURING ANXIETY, ANGER, DEPRESSION, AND CURIOSITY AS EMOTIONAL STATES AND PERSONALITY TRAITS WITH THE STAI, STAXI, AND STPI (Charles D. Spielberger and Eric C. Reheiser).

7. THE HAMILTON DEPRESSION RATING SCALE (HAMD) (Kenneth A. Kobak).

8. THE EYSENCK PERSONALITY SCALES: THE EYSENCK PERSONA LITY QUESTIONNAIRE-REVISED (EPQ-R) AND THE EYSENCK PERSONALITY PROFILER (EPP) (Jeremy Miles and Susanne Hempel).

9. THE MILLON CLINICAL MULTIAXIAL INVENTORY-III (MCMI-III) (Theodore Millon and Sarah E. Meagher).

10. THE PERSONALITY DIAGNOSTIC QUESTIONNAIRE-4 (PDQ-4) (R. Michael Bagby and Peter Farvolden).

11. THE STRUCTURED CLINICAL INTERVIEW FOR DSM-IV AXIS I DISORDERS (SCID-I) AND THE STRUCTURED CLINICAL INTERVIEW FOR DSM-IV AXIS II DISORDERS (SCID-II) (Michael B. First and Miriam Gibbon).

12. THE SCHEDULE FOR AFFECTIVE DISORDERS AND SCHIZOPHRENIA (SADS) (Richard Rogers, Rebecca L. Jackson, and MaryLouise Cashel).

13. THE DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW SCHEDULE (DIS) (Wilson M. Compton and Linda B. Cottler).

14. THE ANXIETY DISORDERS INTERVIEW SCHEDULE FOR DSM-IV (ADIS-IV) (Jessica R. Grisham, Timothy A. Brown, and Laura A. Campbell).

Part Two: Childhood and Adolescent Assessment Instruments.

15. THE CHILD BEHAVIOR CHECKLIST/4–18 (CBCL/4–18) (Paul E. Greenbaum, Robert F. Dedrick, and Lodi Lipien).

16. THE PERSONALITY INVENTORY FOR CHILDREN, SECOND EDITION (PIC-2), PERSONALITY INVENTORY FOR YOUTH (PIY), AND STUDENT BEHAVIOR SURVEY (SBS) (David Lachar).

17. THE MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALITY INVENTORY-ADOLESCENT (MMPI-A) (Ruth A. Baer and Jason C. Rinaldo).

18. THE REYNOLDS ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION SCALE-SECOND EDITION (RADS-2) (William M. Reynolds).

19. THE CHILD ABUSE POTENTIAL (CAP) INVENTORY (Joel S. Milner).

20. THE SCHEDULE FOR AFFECTIVE DISORDERS AND SCHIZOPHRENIA FOR SCHOOL-AGE

CHILDREN: PRESENT AND LIFETIME VERSION (K-SADS-PL) (Joan Kaufman and Amanda E. Schweder).

21. THE DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW SCHEDULE FOR CHILDREN (DISC) (David Shaffer, Prudence Fisher, and Christopher Lucas).

22. THE DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS (DICA) (Kathryn M. Rourke and Wendy Reich.).

SECTION TWO: PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY.

Part Three: Overview, Conceptual, and Empirical Foundations

23. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW (Mark J. Hilsenroth).

24. PROJECTIVE TESTS: THE NATURE OF THE TASK (Martin Leichtman).

25. THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE RORSCHACH AND THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST (TAT) COMPARED TO OTHER PSYCHOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL PROCEDURES: AN ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMATICALLY GATHERED EVIDENCE (Gregory J. Meyer).

Part Four: Specific Instruments.

26. RORSCHACH ASSESSMENT: CURRENT STATUS (Irving B. Weiner).

27. THE THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST (TAT) (Robert J. Moretti and Edward D. Rossini).

28. THE USE OF SENTENCE COMPLETION TESTS WITH ADULTS (Alissa Sherry, Eric Dahlen, and Margot Holaday).

29. USE OF GRAPHIC TECHNIQUES IN PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT: RELIABILITY, VALIDITY, AND CLINICAL UTILITY (Leonard Handler, Ashley Campbell, and Betty Martin).

30. THE HAND TEST: ASSESSING PROTOTYPICAL ATTITUDES AND ACTION TENDENCIES (Harry J. Sivec, Charles A. Waehler, and Paul E. Panek).

31. EARLY MEMORIES AND PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT (J. Christopher Fowler).

32. THE ADULT ATTACHMENT PROJECTIVE: MEASURING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN ATTACHMENT SECURITY USING PROJECTIVE METHODOLOGY (Carol George and Malcolm West).

Part Five: Specific Content Areas.

33. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF OBJECT RELATIONS (George Stricker and Jane Gooen-Piels).

34. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF DEFENSE MECHANISMS (John H. Porcerelli and Stephen Hibbard).

35. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF INTERPERSONAL DEPENDENCY (Robert F. Bornstein).

36. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF BORDERLINE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Mark A. Blais and Kimberly Bistis).

37. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA (Judith Armstrong and Nancy Kaser-Boyd).

38. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF SUICIDAL IDEATION (Daniel J. Holdwick Jr. and Leah Brzuskiewicz).

39. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF DISORDERED THINKING (James H. Kleiger).

Part Six: Special Populations and Settings.

40. THE USE OF PROJECTIVE TESTS IN ASSESSING NEUROLOGICALLY IMPAIRED POPULATIONS (Arpi Minassian and William Perry).

41. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF MALINGERING (Jon D. Elhai, Bill N. Kinder, and B. Christopher Frueh).

42. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF PERSONALITY IN FORENSIC SETTINGS (Joseph T. McCann).

43. CULTURAL APPLICATIONS OF THE RORSCHACH, APPERCEPTION TESTS, AND FIGURE DRAWINGS (Barry Ritzler).

44. COLLABORATIVE EXPLORATION WITH PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES: A LIFE-WORLD APPROACH (Constance T. Fischer, Emilija Georgievska, and Michael Melczak).

Part Seven: Applications for Children and Adolescents.

45. SENTENCE COMPLETION MEASUREMENT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL MATURITY (P. Michiel Westenberg, Stuart T. Hauser, and Lawrence D. Cohn).

46. ASSESSMENT OF OBJECT REPRESENTATION IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: CURRENT TRENDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS (Francis D. Kelly).

47. PROJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF AFFECT IN CHILDREN’S PLAY (Sandra W. Russ).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

CONTENTS VOLUME 3

Handbook Preface.

Contributors.

SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT.

1. INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT (Elaine M. Heiby and Stephen N. Haynes).

2. BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT: HISTORY OF UNDERLYING CONCEPTS AND METHODS (Thomas H. Ollendick, Heather K. Alvarez, and Ross W. Greene).

SECTION TWO: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT.

3. PSYCHOMETRIC FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT (Hoi K. Suen and Sarah E. Rzasa).

4. LEARNING AND APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS: FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT (William T. O’Donohue and Kyle E. Ferguson).

5. BROADLY BASED CAUSAL MODELS OF BEHAVIOR DISORDERS (William H. O’Brien, Mary E. Kaplar, and Jennifer J. McGrath).

6. CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES: FROM THEORY TO ASSESSMENT (Georg H. Eifert and Matthew T. Feldner).

7. PRINCIPLES OF BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION (Donald P. Hartmann, Billy A. Barrios, and David D. Wood).

8. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT (Junko Tanaka-Matsumi).

SECTION THREE: METHODS OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT.

9. NATURALISTIC OBSERVATION OF RELATIONSHIP PROCESSES (Thomas J. Dishion and Isabela Granic).

10. ANALOGUE BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION (Richard E. Heyman and Amy M. Smith Slep).

11. CLINICAL INTERVIEWING (Krista A. Barbour and Gerald C. Davison).

12. SELF-REPORT QUESTIONNAIRES (Rocı´o Ferna´ndez-Ballesteros).

13. COMPUTERS IN THE TRAINING AND PRACTICE OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT (David C.S. Richard and Dean Lauterbach).

14. PROGRAM EVALUATION (Katherine M. McKnight and Lee Sechrest).

SECTION FOUR: APPLICATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT.

15. BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT IN THE MEASUREMENT OF TREATMENT OUTCOME (Giao Q. Tran and Joshua P. Smith).

16. BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN IN OUTPATIENT SETTINGS (Sarah E. Francis and Bruce F. Chorpita).

17. BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT OF PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS IN RESTRICTIVE SETTINGS (Mark R. Serper, Brett R. Goldberg, and Kurt Salzinger).

18. ASSESSMENT IN WORK SETTINGS (Kevin R. Murphy).

19. THE APPLICATION OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS (Elisa Steele Shernoff and Thomas R. Kratochwill).

20. BEHAVIORAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY (Michael D. Franzen).

21. CASE FORMULATION IN COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR THERAPY (Arthur M. Nezu, Christine Maguth Nezu, Michelle A. Peacock, and Candace P. Girdwood).

22. BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT IN THE ERA OF MANAGED CARE: UNDERSTANDING THE PRESENT, PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE (Kirk D. Strosahl and Patricia J. Robinson).

SECTION FIVE: INTEGRATION BETWEEN BEHAVIORAL AND NONBEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT METHODS.

23. PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES AND BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT (Howard N. Garb, Scott O. Lilienfeld, and James M. Wood).

24. BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT AND THE DSM SYSTEM (Rosemery O. Nelson-Gray and James F. Paulson).

SECTION SIX: CONCLUSION, SUMMARY, NEW DIRECTIONS.

25. BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT: SOMETIMES YOU GET WHAT YOU NEED (Eric J. Mash and John Hunsley).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

CONTENTS VOLUME 4

Handbook Preface.

Contributors.

1. OVERVIEW (Jay C. Thomas).

SECTION ONE: COGNITIVE ABILITY.

2. GENERAL MENTAL ABILITY TESTS IN INDUSTRY (W. Lee Grubb III, Deborah L. Whetzel, and Michael A. McDaniel).

3. MECHANICAL APTITUDE AND SPATIAL ABILITY TESTING (Paul M. Muchinsky).

4. MULTIAPTITUDE TEST BATTERIES (Dennis Doverspike, Alana B. Cober, and Winfred Arthur Jr.).

5. INFORMATION-PROCESSING TESTS (Winfred Arthur Jr., Dennis Doverspike, and Suzanne T. Bell).

6. THE ASSESSMENT OF CREATIVITY (John W. Fleenor and Sylvester Taylor).

SECTION TWO: BASIC SKILLS.

7. BASIC SKILLS (John M. Cornwell).

SECTION THREE: PERSONALITY, INTEGRITY, AND INTERESTS.

8. WORK APPLICATIONS OF THE BIG FIVE MODEL OF PERSONALITY (K. Galen Kroeck and Kevin W. Brown).

9. SPECIFIC PERSONALITY MEASURES (Paul E. Levy, Richard T. Cober, and Christina Norris-Watts).

10. INTEGRITY TESTING IN THE WORKPLACE (Michael J. Cullen and Paul R. Sackett).

11. MEASURES OF CAREER INTERESTS (Jo-Ida C. Hansen and Bryan J. Dik).

12. ASSESSMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES USING THE OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION NETWORK (O*NET) (P. Richard Jeanneret, Erika L. D’Egidio, and Mary Ann Hanson).

13. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (Dean E. Frost).

14. LEADERSHIP (Ram N. Aditya).

SECTION FOUR: BIOGRAPHICAL, EXPERIENCE DATA, AND INTERVIEWS.

15. BIODATA (Garnett S. Stokes and Lisa A. Cooper).

16. JUDGMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND EDUCATION FOR USE IN HUMAN RESOURCE STAFFING (Edward L. Levine, Ronald A. Ash, and Jonathan D. Levine).

17. BEHAVIORAL AND SITUATIONAL INTERVIEWS (Robert L. Dipboye, Kevin Wooten, and Stefanie K. Halverson).

SECTION FIVE: JOB-SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS, SIMULATIONS, AND ASSESSMENT CENTERS.

18. SIMULATIONS AND ASSESSMENT CENTERS (George C. Thornton III and Deborah E. Rupp).

19. WORK SAMPLES, PERFORMANCE TESTS, AND COMPETENCY TESTING (Donald M. Truxillo, Lisa M. Donahue, and Daniel Kuang).

SECTION SIX: ASSESSING JOB PERFORMANCE.

20. JOB PERFORMANCE RATINGS (Daniel A. Newman, Ted Kinney, and James L. Farr).

21. MULTISOURCE FEEDBACK (William K. Balzer, Gary J. Greguras, and Patrick H. Raymark).

22. CITIZENSHIP PERFORMANCE IN ORGANIZATIONS (Jennifer D. Kaufman and Walter C. Borman).

SECTION SEVEN: ASSESSING TEAMS AND TEAMWORK.

23. ON MEASURING TEAMWORK SKILLS (Eduardo Salas, C. Shawn Burke, Jennifer E. Fowlkes, and Heather A. Priest).

24. A THEORY-BASED APPROACH TO TEAM PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT (Robert M. McIntyre and Lara Tedrow).

SECTION EIGHT: EMPLOYEE REACTIONS TO THE WORKPLACE.

25. JOB STRESS ASSESSMENT METHODS (Patrick Connell, Valentina Bruk Lee, and Paul E. Spector).

26. JOB SATISFACTION (Rene V. Dawis).

27. THE MEASUREMENT OF APPLICANT REACTIONS TO SELECTION (Talya N. Bauer, Donald M. Truxillo, and Matthew E. Paronto).

28. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE MEASURES: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW (Daniel J. Svyantek and Jennifer P. Bott).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

 

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