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Psychological Assessment

March 2007 Volume 19, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Computer-Administered Interviews and Rating Scales

    Howard N. Garb

    To evaluate the value of computer-administered interviews and rating scales, the following topics are reviewed in the present article: (a) strengths and weaknesses of structured and unstructured... More

    pp. 4-13

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  2. Computerized Adaptive Personality Testing: A Review and Illustration With the MMPI-2 Computerized Adaptive Version

    Johnathan D. Forbey & Yossef S. Ben-Porath

    Computerized adaptive testing in personality assessment can improve efficiency by significantly reducing the number of items administered to answer an assessment question. Two approaches have been... More

    pp. 14-24

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  3. Assessing Clients in Their Natural Environments with Electronic Diaries: Rationale, Benefits, Limitations, and Barriers

    Thomas M. Piasecki, Michael R. Hufford, Marika Solhan & Timothy J. Trull

    Increasingly, mobile technologies are used to gather diary data in basic research and clinical studies. This article considers issues relevant to the integration of electronic diary (ED) methods in... More

    pp. 25-43

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