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16PF® 5th Edition

Sep 05, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Sixteen Personality Factors™ AGE: 16-Adult   This updated version measures normal human personality using personality structure discovered through factor analysis. It includes 16 primary factor scales and 5 global factor scales. Good for client enrichment, self-awareness, and personal growth. (IPAT) Interpretive Report: $59. Test Booklet: $8. Read More

BBHI™ – 2

Sep 02, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Brief Battery for Health Improvement AGE: Adult   A brief diagnostic tool well-suited for initial intake and outcomes measurement of patients treated for pain and injury. Derived from the well-researched, widely used BHI™ (Battery for Health Improvement) test, the shorter BBHI 2 instrument helps practitioners quickly evaluate for a number of psychomedical factors commonly seen in patients with injuries, such as pain, somatic, and functional complaints – as well as traditional psychological concerns such as depression, anxiety and patient defensiveness. The information provided by the BBHI 2 test can help medical professionals obtain a quick yet comprehensive overview of the patient to help in treatment planning and in determining whether the patient may need a more in-depth evaluation by a psychologist. How to Use This Test The BBHI 2 test can be used by a variety of professionals in the medical setting: psychologists, physical therapists, surgeons, rehabilitation specialists, and nurses to provide reliable, objective information as part of their initial evaluation and throughout the course of treatment to track patient progress. Key Features Taking only 7–10 minutes to administer, the BBHI 2 test: Provides a single instrument to help measure a variety of pain-related issues, including level of pain, functionality, […] Read More

BHI™ – 2

Sep 01, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Battery for Health Improvement AGE: Adult   Designed to present a concise, coordinated assessment of the biopsychosocial issues that are most relevant in evaluating patients with injuries. Because psychological and social factors that go undetected can significantly interfere with a patient’s response to treatment, the BHI 2 test can help caregivers shape an appropriate treatment plan, that may reduce treatment time and improve a patient’s quality of life. How to Use This Test The BHI 2 test can be used by psychologists, psychiatrists, anesthesiologists, neurologists, physical therapists, surgeons, rehabilitation specialists, and nurses to help: Measure the relationship among and impact of physical, environmental, and psychological factors on the patient’s treatment Support evaluations for cases involving orthopedic, occupational, and auto injuries; workers compensation; and long-term disabilities Evaluate the patient’s emotional readiness for surgery Facilitate physician-psychologist communication as well as communication within a multidisciplinary treatment team Assess the patient’s readiness for vocational training or job placement Evaluate treatment effectiveness and monitor clinical outcomes Key Features The objective information provided by the BHI 2 test can be used to help reduce treatment time, improve treatment planning, and improve the patient’s quality of life. Requiring only 30-45 minutes to administer, the BHI 2 test […] Read More


Aug 30, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Brief Symptom Inventory AGE: 13 – Adult   The efficient Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) instrument provides patient-reported data to help support clinical decision-making at intake and during the course of treatment in multiple settings. Psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals can use the BSI instrument to help: Assess patients at intake for psychological problems Objectively support care management decisions Measure patient progress during and after treatment to monitor change Provide outcomes measurement for treatment programs and providers through aggregated patient information Key Features The BSI test is brief and requires only 8-10 minutes to complete, making it well-suited for repeated administrations over time to evaluate patient progress. The BSI instrument provides an overview of a patient’s symptoms and their intensity at a specific point in time. The Global Severity Index (GSI) is designed to help quantify a patient’s severity-of-illness and provides a single composite score for measuring the outcome of a treatment program based on reducing symptom severity. The reliability, validity, and utility of the BSI instrument have been tested in more than 400 research studies. Interpretive Report: $46. Profile Report: $33. Answer Sheet: $0.   Read More


Aug 30, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Career Assessment Inventory™ – Enhanced Version AGE: 15-Adult   The Career Assessment Inventory – Enhanced Version assessment compares an individual’s occupational interests to those of individuals in 111 specific careers that reflect a broad range of technical and professional positions in today’s workforce. The inventory is used by guidance counselors to help students and adults develop career and study plans, and by psychologists and human resource professionals to advise individuals on career development. How to Use This Inventory This inventory can be used to help: Teach students to focus on the patterns of interest that are important in making educational and occupational choices High school and college students identify career directions and major areas of study Advise individuals who are re-entering the workforce, considering a career change, or who have been displaced Key Features Provides scales for 111 occupations requiring varying amounts of post-secondary education. Easy to administer, taking only about 40 minutes to complete. Graphic and narrative test reports can be shared with the client and the narrative report provides a 3-page counselor’s summary. Combined gender scales allow for the broadest interpretation of survey results. The inventory closely matches the distribution of professional and nonprofessional jobs in the labor […] Read More


Aug 27, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Campbell™ Interest and Skill Survey AGE: 15-Adult   The Campbell Interest and Skill Survey (CISS) measures self-reported vocational interests and skills. Similar to traditional interest inventories, the CISS interest scales reflect an individual’s attraction for specific occupational areas. However, the CISS instrument goes beyond traditional inventories by adding parallel skill scales that provide estimates of an individual’s confidence in his or her ability to perform various occupational activities. Together, the two types of scales provide more comprehensive, richer data than interest scores alone. The Internet version of the CISS survey, which includes an innovative test management system for counselors and an expanded CISS Career Planner, adds new dimension to this dynamic, popular instrument. The CISS instrument focuses on careers that require post-secondary education and is most appropriate for use with individuals who are college bound or college educated. How to Use This Instrument Counselors, psychologists, and human resource professionals in mental health, business, and educational settings can use the CISS survey to help: Explore new avenues in career development Pinpoint areas of academic study that can build skills and, as a result, increase career options Support personal counseling by identifying occupations or vocations that help meet the individual’s needs Advise […] Read More


Aug 21, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon® Pre-Adolescent Clinical Inventory AGE: 9-12   Every child deserves to enjoy youth to the fullest. But for some young people, psychological problems can stand in the way—and these difficulties may take root long before the “troubled teens.” As a professional who works with children daily, you know first-hand the challenges some preteens face. And, we know the challenges you may face in pinpointing the source of pre-adolescent issues. Now, there’s a comprehensive tool specifically designed to help you quickly and accurately identify psychological problems in children ages 9–12: the Millon®; Pre-Adolescent Clinical Inventory (M-PACI®). Unlike instruments that focus on a single clinical area such as anxiety or depression, the M-PACI assessment provides an integrated view that synthesizes the child’s emerging personality styles and clinical syndromes, helping clinicians detect early signs of Axis I and Axis II disorders. Effective and efficient, the M-PACI can help you arrange early intervention on difficulties that may keep students from making the most of their preteen years—and these, if left undetected, can lead to bigger heartaches down the road. How to Use This Test The M-PACI is used for pre-adolescent assessment in outpatient, inpatient, day treatment, and residential treatment settings. Psychologists, psychiatrists, school psychologists, […] Read More


Aug 20, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon® Adolescent Clinical Inventory AGE: 13-19   New Grossman Facet Scales zero in on critical issues. Unlike many other instruments developed for adults and adapted for adolescents, the MACI assessment was specifically created to address the unique concerns, pressures and situations facing teens. This dedicated tool, recently enhanced by the addition of Grossman Facet Scales, helps assess personality patterns as well as self-reported concerns and clinical symptoms. Brief and easy to administer, the MACI can assist practitioners in constructing treatment plans customized to individual needs and help them guide troubled youth toward healthier, more authentic lives. How to Use This Test The MACI is well-suited for use in all teen treatment settings, including outpatient, inpatient, day treatment and residential treatment programs. Psychologists, psychiatrists, school psychologists, juvenile justice professionals and other mental health professionals find this versatile instrument essential in helping to: Conduct detailed evaluations to confirm diagnostic hypotheses Create individualized treatment plans Measure progress before, during and after treatment Key Features To help you formulate more precise treatment plans, the new Grossman Facet Scales identify personality processes (e.g., self-image, mood temperament) that underlie overall scale elevations on the Personality Pattern scales. Each personality scale now has three facet scales, for […] Read More


Aug 19, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon® Adolescent Clinical Inventory – II AGE: 13-18 Developed for teens. Updated for today. The MACI-II helps practitioners from a variety of settings assess personality patterns, expressed concerns, and clinical symptoms while its therapeutic focus will assist in making reliable diagnostic and treatment decisions. New Features New and updated test items New and improved narrative report content that is simpler and better integrates results with current therapeutic practice while linking to personalized treatment. Three new Clinical Syndrome scales (Disruptive Mood Dysregulation, Post-Traumatic Stress, and Reality Distortions), to reflect current clinical presentations and providing deeper understanding of clients presenting with these concerns. Full normative update (N = 1,143, combined gender), more closely representing the current clinical adolescent population. Updated Grossman Facet Scales, including three new scales. Test item content uses age-appropriate language and reading level was lowered to 4th Grade. New and updated Noteworthy Response categories. Validated against expert clinician judgments and other leading self-report inventories for this age group. Interpretive Report: $69. Read More


Aug 19, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon® Adolescent Personality Inventory AGE: 13-18   For use with both typical and troubled teens. The Millon Adolescent Personality Inventory (MAPI) is normed on both normal adolescents and adolescent patients. The inventory outlines three distinct scale dimensions: personality styles, expressed concerns, and behavioral patterns. How to Use This Test The MAPI can be used for diagnosis and treatment planning in clinical, correctional, and educational settings by psychologists, psychiatrists, and school counselors, as well as other mental health and guidance professionals. Key Features Most adolescents can complete the test in 20–30 minutes, helping to reduce resistance to test-taking. Scales help evaluate adolescent expressed concerns, personality styles, and coping patterns to help select the best approach to treatment and identify behavior patterns and issue that may need further exploration during therapy. Interpretive Report: $65. Test Booklet: $7. Read More