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PSY-746 Assessment II: Intellectual Assessment
An intensive course designed to provide the graduate student with an integrated foundation consisting of knowledge of theory, methods, and techniques, along with applied clinical skills, in the effective appraisal of individual intelligence. Course instruction focuses primarily upon skill development in test selection, administration, and scoring; analysis and interpretation of test results; preparation of reports on findings; and application of knowledge of assessment practices, including confidentiality considerations, within a framework provided by professional, ethical, and legal standards.
School Psychology Majors: PSY 743, PSY 770.
Independent studies enable advanced study of a topic,…
This course provides credit for individual student research…
Advanced Clinical Psychology…
Generally taken in the fourth year or beyond,…
APPIC Application Preparation…
The primary focus of this course is on…
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