The Cambridge Handbook of Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis

Martin Sellbom (Redaktør) ; Julie A. Suhr (Redaktør)

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Provides a research-informed review of topics essential to clinical psychological assessment and diagnosis.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction to the The Cambridge Handbook of Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis Julie A. Suhr and Martin Sellbom; Part I. General Issues in Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis: 2. Psychometrics and psychological assessment John Hunsley and Teresa Allan; 3. Multicultural issues in clinical psychological assessment Frederick Leong, P. Priscilla Lui, and Zornitsa Kalibatseva; 4. Ethical and professional issues in assessment Linda K. Knauss; 5. Contemporary psychopathology diagnosis Christopher C. Conway, Lee Anna Clark and Robert F. Krueger; 6. Assessment of non-credible reporting and responding Dustin B. Wygant, Danielle Burchett and Jordan P. Harp; 7. Technological advances in clinical assessment: ambulatory assessment Timothy J. Trull, Sarah A. Griffin and Ashley C. Helle; 8. Psychological assessment as treatment: collaborative/therapeutic assessment E. Hale Martin; 9. Writing a psychological report using evidence-based psychological assessment methods R. Michael Bagby and Shauna Solomon-Krakus; Part II. Specific Clinical Assessment Methods: 10. Clinical interviewing John Sommers-Flanagan, Veronica I. Johnson and Maegan Rides At The Door; 11. Multi-informant assessment of psychopathology from preschool through old age Thomas M. Achenbach, Masha Y. Ivanova and Leslie A. Rescorla; 12. Intellectual assessment Lisa Whipple Drozdick and Jennifer Puig: 13. Achievement assessment Jennifer White, Nancy Mather, Deborah Anne Schneider and Jennifer Braden Kirkpatrick; 14. Using vocational assessment tests Jane L. Swanson; 15. Neuropsychological testing and assessment Julie A. Suhr and Kaley Angers; 16. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory - 2 - Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Martin Sellbom and Julie A. Suhr; 17. Personality Assessment Inventory Leslie C. Morey and Morgan N. McCredie; 18. The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV) Seth Grossman; 19. Self-report scales for common mental disorders: an overview of current and emerging methods Matthew Sunderland, Philip Batterham, Alison Calear, and Natacha Carragher; 20. Performance-based techniques Gregory J. Meyer and Joni L. Mihura; Part III. Assessment and Diagnosis of Specific Mental Disorders: 21. Assessment of childhood neurodevelopmental disorders Lindsey Williams, Rachel Sandercock and Laura Grofer Klinger; 22. Assessment of childhood disruptive behavior disorders and ADHD Christopher T. Barry, Rebecca A. Lindsey and Alyssa A. Neumann; 23. Assessment of depressive disorders and suicidality Ronald R. Holden and G. Cynthia Fekken; 24. Assessment of anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder Lorna Peters, Lauren F. McLellan, and Keila Brockveld; 25. Assessment of trauma- and stressor-related disorders Daniel J. Lee, Sarah E. Kleiman and Frank W. Weathers; 26. Assessment of people with psychotic and bipolar disorders Rachel Brand, Greg Murray and Neil Thomas; 27. Assessment of eating disorders Tracey Wade and Mia Pellizzer; 28. Assessment of substance use disorders James Langenbucher; 29. Assessment of personality disorder Leonard J. Simms, Trevor F. Williams and Chloe M. Evans; 30. Neuropsychological assessment of dementia David P. Salmon; 31. Traumatic brain injuries Lilian Salinas and William Barr; Part IV. Clinical Assessment in Specific Settings: 32. Screening and assessment in integrated primary care settings Jeffrey L. Goodie and Kevin Wilfong; 33. Psychological Assessment in forensic settings Patricia A. Zapf, Amanda Beltrani and Amanda L. Reed; 34. Assessment issues within neuropsychological settings F. Taylor Agate and Mauricio A. Garcia-Barrera; 35. Assessment in educational settings Benjamin J. Lovett and Jason M. Nelson.

Om forfatteren

Martin Sellbom is a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He has received several awards for his scholarly accomplishments, including the American Psychological Foundations Theodore Millon award, American Psychology-Law Society's Saleem Shah Award and the Society for Personality Assessment's Samuel and Anne Beck Award. Julie A. Suhr is Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training in the Department of Psychology at Ohio University. She is also a Fellow of the National Academy of Neuropsychology and the American Psychological Association.