Category Archives: Adolescent


Aug 14, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory- Adolescent™ AGE: 14-18   An empirically based measure of adolescent psychopathology, the MMPI-A test contains adolescent-specific scales, and other unique features designed to make the instrument especially appropriate for today’s youth. Offering reports tailored to particular settings, the MMPI-A test helps provide relevant information to aid in problem identification, diagnosis, and treatment planning for youth (ages 14–18). How to Use This Test School, clinical, and counseling psychologists can use this self-report inventory to help: Support diagnosis and treatment planning in a variety of settings. Identify the root causes of potential problems early on. Provide easy-to-understand information to share with parents, teachers, and others in the adolescent’s support network. Guide professionals in making appropriate referrals. Key Features Item content and language are relevant for adolescents. At the psychologist’s discretion, the clinical scales and three of the validity scales can be scored from the first 350 items, a significant savings in administration time. Norms are adolescent-specific. Scales help address problems clinicians are likely to see with adolescents, including family issues, eating disorders, and chemical dependency. Interpretive Report: $67. Extended Score Report: $49. Basic Service Report: $46. Test Booklet: $10. Read More

PIC – 2

Aug 07, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Personality Inventory for Children, Second Edition AGE: 5-19   This highly regarded test used for decades helps to evaluate the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and interpersonal adjustment of children and teens. This test also provides the parent’s description of the child. (WPS) Interpretive Report: $52. Administrative Booklet: $48. Read More


Aug 05, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Quickview® Social History AGE: 16-Adult   The Quickview® Social History inventory helps provide the clinician with a complete psychosocial history in nine major areas in a limited amount of time. Clinicians can use this test to help: Screen for social, psychological, and physical problems to aid diagnosis and treatment planning Facilitate DSM-IV® diagnostic classification Clarify client history for follow-up interviews Expedite routine data collection and report writing Key Features Enables the clinician or other staff to collect a standardized set of social and clinical data on every client with a minimal amount of administration time. Designed to help meet Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations’ (JCAHO) consolidated standards for psychological assessment. Areas of Inquiry Demographics and Identifying Data Occupational History/Financial Status Developmental History Legal History Family of Origin Military History Educational History Symptom Screen (psychological and physical) Marital History Interpretive Report: $47. Test Booklet: $8. Read More


Aug 04, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Rorschach® AGE: 5 – Adult   The unlimited-use RIAP5 generates a revised Interpretive Report that assists the clinician with scoring and interpretation. In addition, the program provides a Client Report—an abbreviated, individualized, and simplified version of the RIAP5 Interpretive Report—that is intended to be read and retained by the client. Features and Benefits Generates client-friendly results. The Client Report provides the basis for a discussion of a client’s personality strengths and weaknesses, adjustment difficulties, and possible need for treatment. This report is written in easy-to-understand language, without jargon, and can be easily edited on-screen. Firm interpretive basis. Scoring and interpretation are based on Dr. Exner’s 5th edition of A Rorschach Workbook for the Comprehensive System and Dr. Weiner’s Principles of Rorschach Interpretation, 2nd Ed. Enhanced exporting capability. Protocol responses can be exported with RIAP5. Enhanced export feature allows the clinician to select the protocols to be exported and allows greater choices of export formats. Analyzes coding errors. The context-sensitive, cross-referenced On-Screen Help system provides clear descriptions of all coding errors found and suggests potential solutions. (Each message has its own help button for further clarification.) Provides tools to improve accuracy. On-screen access to interactive Form Quality Tables and Location Charts […] Read More


Aug 03, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Symptom Checklist-90-Revised AGE: 13 – Adult   The Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) instrument helps evaluate a broad range of psychological problems and symptoms of psychopathology. The instrument is also useful in measuring patient progress or treatment outcomes. The SCL-90-R instrument is used by clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and professionals in mental health, medical, and educational settings as well as for research purposes. It can be useful in: Initial evaluation of patients at intake as an objective method for symptom assessment Measuring patient progress during and after treatment to monitor change Outcomes measurement for treatment programs and providers through aggregated patient information Clinical trials to help measure the changes in symptoms such as depression and anxiety Key Features The SCL-90-R test contains only 90 items and can be complete in just 12-15 minutes. The test helps measure 9 primary symptom dimensions and is designed to provide an overview of a patient’s symptoms and their intensity at a specific point in time. The progress report graphically displays patient progress for up to 5 previous administrations. By providing an index of symptom severity, the assessment helps facilitate treatment decisions and identify patients before problems become acute. The Global Severity Index can be used as a […] Read More


Aug 01, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Validity Indicator Profile AGE: 16 – Adult   Designed to help meet the increasing need for a well-validated, psychometrically sound test that can provide empirical support in courtrooms and other legal institutions, the VIP test provides a broad spectrum of information about an individual’s performance on an assessment battery. As a measure of response styles, test results help assess whether the results of cognitive, neuropsychological or other types of testing should be considered representative of an individual’s overall capacities. How to Use This Test The VIP test is intended to provide support for conclusions that may impact the awarding of large sums of money or the determination of competence or culpability. As a result, the test is potentially useful to neuropsychologists, forensic, and clinical psychologists in a variety of situations, including: Civil and criminal trials Competency-to-stand-trial evaluations Medical insurance examinations Social Security disability reviews Workers compensation examinations Rehabilitative treatment assessments Key Features The VIP test contains verbal and nonverbal subtests, each of which can be administered independently. As a self-administered forced-choice validity indicator, the VIP test provides more information than a yes/no decision regarding malingering. The test helps assess the relationship between the individual’s intention and the effort in completing […] Read More