Achenbach System of Emperically Based Assessment ASEBA® instruments set the worldwide standard for multi-informant assessment across the age span. Backed by extensive new normative data and used in some 5,500 studies from 62 countries, ASEBA instruments can be readily used in diverse contexts, including schools, mental health, medical, forensic, residential treatment, training, public health, child, family service, adult, and research settings. Preview Website -
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PersonalityLab.org Offers free personality feedback on tests developed by research psychologists at UC Berkeley. Visitors to PersonalityLab.org can learn about their own personality, get feedback about the life goals they value most, find out if they’re skilled at predicting which couples will break up versus stay together, and more. PersonalityLab.org is completely non-commercial and contains no ads of any kind. Preview Website -
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Psychology ToolsTop Rated Free open-source tools and resources for mental health professionals. Psychology Tools, a central repository for materials useful to psychologists and other mental health professionals aim is to provide free downloads of copyright-free materials, and also links to copyright materials.
This site does not just encourage a "psychology-by-numbers" approach, but does feel strongly that psychologists could benefit by sharing resources which they have developed and find useful in their daily work. It should also be a useful resource to trainees looking to develop their skills. Preview Website -
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APA FAQ Information On Psychological Tests The APA Science Directorate answers hundreds of calls and emails each year from persons trying to locate the right test or find more information about psychological tests. APA neither sells nor endorses testing instruments, but it does provide guidance in using available resources to find psychological tests. Answers to frequently asked questions are provided here.
Subsections of the FAQ are:
*Finding information on a particular test
*Finding a particular type of test
*Locating a specific test
*Locating test publishers
*Available Software and Scoring Devices
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Cognitive Therapy Associates Cognitive Therapy Associates (CTA) is a network of highly skilled, affiliated therapists (licensed clinical psychologists and social workers) who all use a therapeutic approach called Cognitive Therapy, or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This kind of therapy has been demonstrated by clinical studies to be the most effective treatment for a variety of psychological difficulties: depression, anxiety/stress, panic, OCD, phobias, low self esteem, eating disorders, relationship problems, and more. The success of this therapy in clinical practice is rapidly increasing CBT's popularity as the treatment of choice for those who are seeking therapy.
The clinical director and founder of CTA is Allison Conner, Psy.D. Dr. Conner has been in practice since 1993, and she specializes in using both the standard Cognitive Therapy model as well as the Schema-Focused approach to treatment. In addition to managing the network of CTA therapists, Dr. Conner provides both individual and couples therapy in her Manhattan office, which is located near Lincoln Center.
CTA-affiliated therapists are located throughout New York City, Westchester County and Long Island. Preview Website -
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Depravity ScaleTop Rated Currently, the terms “heinous” and “depraved” are used in courts to allow judges and juries to assign more severe sentences; yet, there is no standardized definition for these legal terms –leaving triers of fact to decide on the basis of mere emotions, which can be easily manipulated.
To combat this arbitrariness in sentencing, Dr. Michael Welner, a forensic psychiatrist and associate professor at NYU, has designed the Depravity Scale -- an objective, evidence-based instrument that standardizes the
specific intents, actions and attitudes according to public consensus.
The Depravity Scale is undergoing validation research at a secure site
(www.depravityscale.org), where participants are asked to weigh in on
the extent to which 26 items are representative of depravity. The next
phase, set to kick off next month, will engage the questions of
item-ranking and weighting for the final instrument, which will one day
be used as a guideline for juries at the sentencing phase of trials. Preview Website -
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Education Resources Information Center Database The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education, produces the world’s premier database of journal and non-journal education literature. The ERIC online system provides the public with a centralized ERIC Web site for searching the ERIC bibliographic database of more than 1.1 million citations going back to 1966. More than 107,000 full-text non-journal documents (issued 1993-2004), previously available through fee-based services only, are now available for free. ERIC is moving forward with its modernization program, and has begun adding materials to the database. Preview Website -
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Educational Testing Service At nonprofit ETS, our mission is to advance quality and equity in education for all people worldwide.
We help teachers teach, students learn, and parents measure the educational and intellectual progress of their children. We do this by
Listening to educators, parents and critics
Learning what students and their institutions need
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ETS Test Link The ETS Test Collection is a library of more than 25,000 tests and other measurement devices that makes information on standardized tests and research instruments available to researchers, graduate students, and teachers. Collected from the early 1900s to the present, ETS Test Collection is the largest such compilation in the world. Preview Website -
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IPAT At IPAT, our goal is not to satisfy your needs, but to exceed your expectations. And with over 50 years of experience in the development of sound, research-based, psychological assessments and a certification training program that includes support services, we will empower you to exceed your expectations. Preview Website -
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Magical Memory Tour Take part in our new psychology study exploring the link between memory and music and help create the biggest database of â€˜autobiographical memoriesâ€™ ever attempted by adding your Beatles-related memories online.
Add a memory of your own, view other memories and send the link to your friends and colleagues so they can participate. Preview Website -
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Michelle Lurie, PsyD, ABPdN Dr. Lurie is a board certified pediatric neuropsychologist who conducts in-depth neuropsychological assessments of children and young adults. Testing includes neurological conditions, ADHD, learning disabilities, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, gifted assessment, bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders in youth. Preview Website -
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MMPI Questions to ask, Answers to findTop Rated The MMPI is the most frequently used clinical test. Therefore, it is employed quite often in court cases to provide personality information on defendants or litigants in which psychological adjustment factors are pertinent to resolution of the case. It is easy to administer and provides an objective measure of personality. Since it is such a well-researched and highly reliable instrument, it is often used in custody evaluations. It provides clear, valid descriptions of people's problems, symptoms, and characteristics in broadly accepted clinical language. The profiles are easy to explain in court and appear to be relatively easy for people to understand. However, with any psychological instrument, it is important to acquaint yourself with the background of the test and to acquaint yourself with the assets and liabilities of any test used to assess your client. Preview Website -
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Pearson School/Pearson AGS Globe We are proud to be a part of Pearson, a leading educational publisher around the globe. Browse our new website for the innovative, research-based classroom materials you need to help struggling secondary students master core skills. Then, take a look at the education solutions Pearson offers for all students and educators.
Pearson AGS Globe -- along with Pearson Prentice Hall, Pearson Scott Foresman, Pearson Learning Group and Pearson Digital Learning -- are now the Curriculum group of Pearson. Preview Website -
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Personnel Security Standards Psychological Questionnaire (PSSPQTop Rated Personnel Security Standards Psychological Questionnaire (PSSPQ)
The PSSPQ is a short (72 multiple-choice items) psychological assessment instrument that was designed to accurately predict success or failure for individuals being processed/adjudicated for U.S. Government granted, high-level security clearance status. The test has been successfully validated and cross-validated. Currently, it is available for individuals desiring accurate (i.e., better than 95% accuracy rate) prediction of whether they might be successful or not in the event that they might be considered for high-level security clearances. Preview Website -
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PRO-ED Inc. PRO-ED, Inc. is a leading publisher of nationally standardized tests, resource and reference texts, curricular and therapy materials, and professional journals covering:
Speech, Language, and Hearing
Psychology and Counseling
Special Education (including Developmental Disabilities, Rehabilitation, and Gifted Education)
Early Childhood Intervention
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