Clinical Inference: How to Draw Meaningful Conclusions from Psychological Tests

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Wiley, 1995 - Psychology - 221 pages
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This book shows how to integrate test data with behavioral observations and background information in order to capture the uniqueness of each individual subject, and resolve the questions that lead to the examination. Case examples illustrate how each step of the examination contributes to the conclusions. Subjects include those with learning disabilities, developmental problems, attentional difficulties, cultural differences and family and emotional factors. The book concludes with recommendations to persons involved with testing at all organizational levels for the improvement of testing practice.

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