Developments in Psychological Measurement and Assessment / Développements en mesure et évaluation psychologiques
About the special issue
The articles in this special issue address
- self-report personality and psychopathology assessment
- intensive, repeated, self-report measures used in naturalistic settings
- implicit measures of personality
- personality assessment and faking in personnel selection
- performance appraisals
- risk assessments
- intelligence and the assessment of intelligence
- neuropsychological assessment
Together, these articles demonstrate the substantial progress being made in the research on psychological measurement and assessment and the solid foundation that this work provides for both psychological science and practice.
Articles in this issue
Introduction to the Special Issue on Developments in Psychological Measurement and Assessment
Developments in the Self-Report Assessment of Personality and Psychopathology in Adults
Holden, Ronald R.; Troister, Talia
Measuring People Intensively
Moskowitz, D. S.; Russell, Jennifer J.; Sadikaj, Gentiana; Sutton, Rachel
Ten Frequently Asked Questions About Implicit Measures and Their Frequently Supposed, But Not Entirely Correct Answers
Faking and Personality Assessment in Personnel Selection: Advancing Models of Faking
Goffin, Richard D.; Boyd, Allison C.
Measurement and Assessment Issues in Performance Appraisal
Kline, Theresa J. B.; Sulsky, Lorne M.
The Psychological Assessment of Risk for Crime and Violence
Hanson, R. Karl
Intelligence: Foundations and Issues in Assessment
Gottfredson, Linda; Saklofske, Donald H.
Developments in Neuropsychological Assessment: Refining Psychometric and Clinical Interpretive Methods
Brooks, Brian L.; Strauss, Esther; Sherman, Elisabeth M. S.; Iverson, Grant L.; Slick, Daniel J.