A practical guide to psychological testing and assessment of adolescents
Grounded in a solid foundation of theory, scientific research, and ethics, Adolescent Assessment assists mental health professionals to conduct more thorough, informed assessments; reach more accurate diagnoses; and design more effective interventions.
Featuring practical information on healthy adolescent development, adolescent mental health issues, basic psychometrics, general assessment principles, and ethics, this compact resource also provides guidelines for selecting appropriate assessment instruments, developing effective reports, and preparing for courtroom testimony.
Adolescent Assessment also includes a summary of the following popular assessment instruments for teens:
Five helpful appendices include a list of the most commonly used assessment tests for adolescents and when to use them, a description of problem-based assessment, case studies and suggested test batteries, test-ordering information, and the American Psychological Association's revised Ethical principles of Psychologists and Code of conduct, section 9.
Adolescent Assessment is an essential reference for school and child psychologists, school counselors, and school social workers.
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