EDP 630   PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT   (3 hours)
 
An overview of the principles and methods of psychological assessment including observational methods, interviewing, behavioral analysis, and standardized psychological testing as a means of arriving at a comprehensive individual analysis and of creating a treatment plan for both children and adults. Students develop skills in selection and evaluation of psychological tests (personality, interests, and aptitudes), integration of multi-modal assessment methods, and report writing.
 
Prerequisite(s):   Acceptance to the graduate programs in Educational and Counseling Psychology with the following major codes: CPEC, ECPY, ECPC, CNPS, ECPP, ECPE, EEPS, ESPY, ECPS, ESPP or consent of the instructor via permit.
 
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