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Quiz Chapter 13, Brief Assessment Instruments. The Handbook of Psychological Assessment 5 th edition. 1. One of the main reasons for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519). Theoretical advances concern for patient welfare cost containment political correctness

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quiz chapter 13 brief assessment instruments

Quiz Chapter 13, Brief Assessment Instruments

The Handbook of Psychological Assessment

5th edition

1 one of the main reasons for the increasing demand for brief instruments is 519
1. One of the main reasons for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519)
  • Theoretical advances
  • concern for patient welfare
  • cost containment
  • political correctness
  • Global Warming
1 one of the main reasons for the increasing demand for brief instruments is 5191
1. One of the main reasons for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519)
  • Theoretical advances
  • concern for patient welfare
  • cost containment
  • political correctness
  • Global Warming
2 the other main reason for the increasing demand for brief instruments is 519
2. The other main reason for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519)
  • Psychodynamic considerations
  • Improved reliability and validity
  • Emphasis on organismic variables
  • Documenting treatment efficacy
  • Advances in Misinformation Research
2 the other main reason for the increasing demand for brief instruments is 5191
2. The other main reason for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519)
  • Psychodynamic considerations
  • Improved reliability and validity
  • Emphasis on organismic variables
  • Documenting treatment efficacy
  • Advances in Misinformation Research
3 the utility of the stai has not been shown with 532
3. The utility of the STAI has not been shown with: (532)
  • Asia Pacific adolescents
  • Spanish-Speaking populations
  • Elderly populations
  • Adolescents
  • Bulgarians
3 the utility of the stai has not been shown with 5321
3. The utility of the STAI has not been shown with: (532)
  • Asia Pacific adolescents
  • Spanish-Speaking populations
  • Elderly populations
  • Adolescents
  • Bulgarians
4 a person with high t anxiety is likely to have feelings of 532
4. A person with High T-Anxiety is likely to have feelings of: (532)
  • Concern about evaluation by others
  • Apprehension
  • Unpleasant consciously perceived feelings of tension
  • Activation of the autonomic nervous system
  • Nervousness
4 a person with high t anxiety is likely to have feelings of 5321
4. A person with High T-Anxiety is likely to have feelings of: (532)
  • Concern about evaluation by others
  • Apprehension
  • Unpleasant consciously perceived feelings of tension
  • Activation of the autonomic nervous system
  • Nervousness
5 the bdi ii has not been shown to be appropriate for
5. The BDI-II has not been shown to be appropriate for:
  • Criminals
  • African Americans
  • Geriatrics
  • Hispanics
  • Adolescents
5 the bdi ii has not been shown to be appropriate for1
5. The BDI-II has not been shown to be appropriate for:
  • Criminals
  • African Americans
  • Geriatrics
  • Hispanics
  • Adolescents
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6. An ipsative interpretation of BDI responses can be used to specify irrational beliefs. Ipsative means: (529)
  • using yourself as the norm against which to measure something
  • Compared to the group as a whole as in normative samples
  • Given to unusual thoughts and beliefs
  • perfunctorily: in a set manner without serious attention
  • Conventional
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6. An ipsative interpretation of BDI responses can be used to specify irrational beliefs. Ipsative means: (529)
  • using yourself as the norm against which to measure something
  • Compared to the group as a whole as in normative samples
  • Given to unusual thoughts and beliefs
  • perfunctorily: in a set manner without serious attention
  • Conventional
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6. An ipsative interpretation of BDI responses can be used to specify irrational beliefs. Ipsative means:
  • Literally the term ipsative means "of the self". In ipsative measurement respondents compare two or more desirable options and pick the one most preferred.
  • Using yourself as the norm against which to measure something, e.g. your present  performance  against your past performance rather than the performance of others
7 the items in the bdi were originally derived from 527
7. The items in the BDI were originally derived from: (527)
  • Empirical keying
  • Observing depressed patients
  • Factor analysis of massive data sets
  • A French translation
  • Psychodynamic theory
7 the items in the bdi were originally derived from 5271
7. The items in the BDI were originally derived from: (527)
  • Empirical keying
  • Observing depressed patients
  • Factor analysis of massive data sets
  • A French translation
  • Psychodynamic theory
8 the symptom checklist 90 r scl 90 r can quickly assess
8. The symptom checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) can quickly assess:
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Self-reported symptoms
  • Schizophrenia
  • Substance abuse
8 the symptom checklist 90 r scl 90 r can quickly assess1
8. The symptom checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) can quickly assess:
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Self-reported symptoms
  • Schizophrenia
  • Substance abuse
9 an advantage of brief instruments is that they
9. An advantage of brief instruments is that they:
  • Save clinician time
  • Gain clinicians perception of the problem
  • Avoid over-reporting
  • Avoid under-reporting
  • Control for response style
9 an advantage of brief instruments is that they1
9. An advantage of brief instruments is that they:
  • Save clinician time
  • Gain clinicians perception of the problem
  • Avoid over-reporting
  • Avoid under-reporting
  • Control for response style
10 scores on the scl 90 r are displayed as nine symptom dimensions and
10. Scores on the SCL-90-R are displayed as nine symptom dimensions and:
  • A list of critical items
  • Three global indexes
  • Fourteen personality disorders
  • Several validity scales
  • All of the above
10 scores on the scl 90 r are displayed as nine symptom dimensions and1
10. Scores on the SCL-90-R are displayed as nine symptom dimensions and:
  • A list of critical items
  • Three global indexes
  • Fourteen personality disorders
  • Several validity scales
  • All of the above