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by Dr James N Butcher,Carolyn L Williams

Author: Dr James N Butcher,Carolyn L Williams
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn; 1 edition (March 15, 2011)
Pages: 314 pages
Category: Other
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James N. Butcher-Mmpi-2 A Practitioner's Guide - Free ebook download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read book online . xt) or read book online for free. The chapters cover cases that affect the interpretation of the MMPI-2 in a wide range of circumstances, such as the presence of neurological injury, PTSD, or substance abuse, as well as in particular settings and with diverse populations.

Recent books include A Beginner's Guide to the MMPI-A (with Carolyn L. Williams, 2011), Oxford Handbook of Personality (2009) . Williams, 2011), Oxford Handbook of Personality (2009), Practitioner's Guide to the MMPI-2 (2006), Use of the MMPI-2 in Court (3rd e. with Ken Pope and Joyce Seelen, 2006), and Abnormal Psychology in Modern Life (14th e. with Susan Mineka and Jill Hooley, 2010).

The MMPI–A is the most widely used personality inventory for adolescents, and there are no two people who know it better than Carolyn L. Williams and James N. Butcher. A Beginner's Guide to the MMPI–A provides an introduction to an assessment standard that is solidly grounded in adolescent psychology. It can be used as a text in graduate classes, as a how-to for psychologists interpreting the MMPI–A, or as a reference book. It is written for a diverse audience to include physicians, social workers, counselors, and attorneys, along with psychologists.

The MMPI-A is the most widely used personality inventory for adolescents, and there are no two people who know it better than Carolyn L. Butcher

The MMPI-A is the most widely used personality inventory for adolescents, and there are no two people who know it better than Carolyn L. A Beginner's Guide to the MMPI-A provides an introduction to an assessment standard that is solidly grounded in adolescent psychology. It can be used as a text in graduate classes, as a how-to for psychologists interpreting the MMPI-A, or as a reference book.

Case studies are used to illustrate major concepts. Butcher and Carolyn L. Williams detail the rationale for the revision and development of the instruments and . Williams detail the rationale for the revision and development of the instruments and their scales and describe how to administer, score, profile, code, and interpret the tests. A new workbook includes exercises related to Essentials of MMPI-2 and MMPI-A Interpretation in areas such as important test constructs, the interpretation of profile validity, and clinical and content scales.

by James N. Butcher, Carolyn L. Williams. ISBN 9780816635528 (978-0-8166-3552-8) Hardcover, Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2000. Mmpi-A Content Scales: Assessing Psychopathology in Adolescents (MMPI-A Monographs). Coauthors & Alternates.

The MMPI-A is the most widely used personality inventory for adolescents, and there are no two people who know it better than Carolyn L. Williams and James N. Butcher. A Beginner's Guide to the MMPI-A provides an introduction to an assessment standard that is solidly grounded in adolescent psychology. It can be used as a text in graduate classes, as a how-to for psychologists interpreting the MMPI-A, or as a reference book. It is written for a diverse audience to include physicians, social workers, counselors, and attorneys, along with psychologists. Williams and Butcher explain, in jargon-free language, how the MMPI-A was developed and how it can be interpreted using the multiple scales added over its almost 70-year history. The book walks the reader through the steps of test administration, scoring, interpretation, and how to integrate the MMPI-A into a psychological evaluation. The authors also demystify computerized interpretive systems for the MMPI-A. Readers have the opportunity to quiz themselves on how scale scores take shape as interpretive statements, and to interact with 15 case scenarios. Finally, the authors provide step-by-step guidance on the best practices for sharing their interpretive reports with adolescents and parents in MMPI-A feedback sessions.