Abnormal Psychology. Chapter 3 Assessment. Assessment. A procedure by which the clinician, using psychological tests, observations and/or interviews, develops a summary of the ct’s symptoms and problems in an attempt to its nature and extent. History Current Situation Predict.
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Abnormal Psychology Chapter 3 Assessment
Assessment • A procedure by which the clinician, using psychological tests, observations and/or interviews, develops a summary of the ct’s symptoms and problems in an attempt to its nature and extent. • History • Current Situation • Predict
Assessment Types • Neurological • Neuropsychological • Halstead Reitan, Luria - Nebraska • Psychosocial Direct Methods • Assessment Interviews • Clinical Observation • Psychosocial Indirect Methods • IQ Tests – WISC, WAIS • Projective Personality Tests - Rorschach • Objective Personality Tests – MMPI - II
Treatments • Biologically Based • ECT • Neurosurgery • Permissive Indulgent • Frontal Lobotomy (1935 – 1955) • Pharmacological Treatments • Psychologically Based
Psychologically Based • Psychoanalysis • Free association • Dreams • Transference (counter) • Behaviorism • Token Economy/ Contracting • Aversion Therapy • Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioral • Prejudice and discrimination
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