Microcomputers and clinical psychology: issues, applications, and future developments
The application of microcomputers to clinical psychology has existed from the beginning of its introduction in the early 1980's. Examines the field today as well as its future directions. Topics include: selection and support of microcomputer systems, computer-assisted psychometric, neuropsychological and psychological problem assessment, computer-based psychological treatment and cognitive rehabilitation, applications with children and people with learning difficulties, monitoring and evaluating clinical service delivery, expert systems, and psychological aspects of the new technological age.
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Issues in the Selection and Support of a Microcomputer System
ComputerAssisted Assessment of Psychological Problems
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