psychodiagnostics


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psychodiagnostics

(sī″kō-dī″ăg-nŏs′tĭks)
The use of psychological testing as an aid in diagnosing mental disorders.
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By World War II, the test had become a prominent psychodiagnostic measure: "Training manuals were rushed into print and many people were trained in Rorschach procedure" (Aronow, Reznikoff, and Moreland 1994, 5).
The procedure of investigation of personal status included the use of the following psychodiagnostic methods:
Since the publication of Psychodiagnostics by Hermann Rorschach, many researchers from different countries have conducted studies using the test, with a view to broadening and systematizing the technique.
Beyond DSM-IV-TR: Some considerations for psychodiagnostics from a Catholic perspective on the person.
Inclusion of WBMM tools alongside traditional teaching methods has proven both effective and popular with tertiary students (Mackey and Ho 2008) and case analysis/ simulated learning environments have been used previously to bridge the gap between theory and practice in the field of psychodiagnostics and cultural competence (Rutledge et al.
In the course of time in the psychological science the crisis in understanding the paradigm and psychodiagnostics of creativity developed.
The GAD-7 has the best evidence and utility in the primary care setting for generalized anxiety disorder (strength of recommendation [SOR]: A), while the proprietary Quick PsychoDiagnostics Panel (QPD) has the best operating characteristics for panic disorder (SOR: B).
However, an ideological commitment to a preventive and developmental model does not negate the need for MHCs to develop knowledge of psychodiagnostics and psychiatric taxonomy.
On being normal and other disorders; a manual for clinical psychodiagnostics.
There were eight courses for which grades were significantly correlated with GRE Advanced Psychology Test scores: Theories of Learning (r(219) = .40, p < .001), Theories of Personality (r(217) = .32, p < .001), Advanced Behavior Modification(r(95) = .34, p < .001), Psychodiagnostics II (r(193) = .24, p < .001), Techniques of Objective Assessments (r(69) = .44, p < .001), Statistics II (r(197) = .28, p < .001), Theories and Techniques of Counseling (r(224) = .27, p < .001), and Vocational Counseling (r(77) = .58, p < .001).
Psychodiagnostics and Personality Assessment: A Handbook (2nd ed.).