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  1. Quiz Chapter 13, Brief Assessment Instruments The Handbook of Psychological Assessment 5th edition

  2. 1. One of the main reasons for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519) • Theoretical advances • concern for patient welfare • cost containment • political correctness • Global Warming

  3. 1. One of the main reasons for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519) • Theoretical advances • concern for patient welfare • cost containment • political correctness • Global Warming

  4. 2. The other main reason for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519) • Psychodynamic considerations • Improved reliability and validity • Emphasis on organismic variables • Documenting treatment efficacy • Advances in Misinformation Research

  5. 2. The other main reason for the increasing demand for brief instruments is: (519) • Psychodynamic considerations • Improved reliability and validity • Emphasis on organismic variables • Documenting treatment efficacy • Advances in Misinformation Research

  6. 3. The utility of the STAI has not been shown with: (532) • Asia Pacific adolescents • Spanish-Speaking populations • Elderly populations • Adolescents • Bulgarians

  7. 3. The utility of the STAI has not been shown with: (532) • Asia Pacific adolescents • Spanish-Speaking populations • Elderly populations • Adolescents • Bulgarians

  8. 4. A person with High T-Anxiety is likely to have feelings of: (532) • Concern about evaluation by others • Apprehension • Unpleasant consciously perceived feelings of tension • Activation of the autonomic nervous system • Nervousness

  9. 4. A person with High T-Anxiety is likely to have feelings of: (532) • Concern about evaluation by others • Apprehension • Unpleasant consciously perceived feelings of tension • Activation of the autonomic nervous system • Nervousness

  10. 5. The BDI-II has not been shown to be appropriate for: • Criminals • African Americans • Geriatrics • Hispanics • Adolescents

  11. 5. The BDI-II has not been shown to be appropriate for: • Criminals • African Americans • Geriatrics • Hispanics • Adolescents

  12. 6. An ipsative interpretation of BDI responses can be used to specify irrational beliefs. Ipsative means: (529) • using yourself as the norm against which to measure something • Compared to the group as a whole as in normative samples • Given to unusual thoughts and beliefs • perfunctorily: in a set manner without serious attention • Conventional

  13. 6. An ipsative interpretation of BDI responses can be used to specify irrational beliefs. Ipsative means: (529) • using yourself as the norm against which to measure something • Compared to the group as a whole as in normative samples • Given to unusual thoughts and beliefs • perfunctorily: in a set manner without serious attention • Conventional

  14. 6. An ipsative interpretation of BDI responses can be used to specify irrational beliefs. Ipsative means: • Literally the term ipsative means "of the self". In ipsative measurement respondents compare two or more desirable options and pick the one most preferred. • Using yourself as the norm against which to measure something, e.g. your present  performance  against your past performance rather than the performance of others

  15. 7. The items in the BDI were originally derived from: (527) • Empirical keying • Observing depressed patients • Factor analysis of massive data sets • A French translation • Psychodynamic theory

  16. 7. The items in the BDI were originally derived from: (527) • Empirical keying • Observing depressed patients • Factor analysis of massive data sets • A French translation • Psychodynamic theory

  17. 8. The symptom checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) can quickly assess: • Depression • Anxiety • Self-reported symptoms • Schizophrenia • Substance abuse

  18. 8. The symptom checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) can quickly assess: • Depression • Anxiety • Self-reported symptoms • Schizophrenia • Substance abuse

  19. 9. An advantage of brief instruments is that they: • Save clinician time • Gain clinicians perception of the problem • Avoid over-reporting • Avoid under-reporting • Control for response style

  20. 9. An advantage of brief instruments is that they: • Save clinician time • Gain clinicians perception of the problem • Avoid over-reporting • Avoid under-reporting • Control for response style

  21. 10. Scores on the SCL-90-R are displayed as nine symptom dimensions and: • A list of critical items • Three global indexes • Fourteen personality disorders • Several validity scales • All of the above

  22. 10. Scores on the SCL-90-R are displayed as nine symptom dimensions and: • A list of critical items • Three global indexes • Fourteen personality disorders • Several validity scales • All of the above

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