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During this course, students learn the basic principles of projective and objective personality assessment theory and techniques. Students learn how to administer, score and interpret the Rorschach Test, Thematic Apperception Test, and projective drawings. Students also will learn objective personality testing theory and techniques including the MMPI-3; MMPI-2-RF, PAI, and MCMI-IV. Screening instruments will be introduced and discussed in relation to minoritized populations including deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Students will practice case conceptualization and integrative report-writing skills.

Enrollment in the Clinical Psychology PhD Program, successful completion of PSY749 and PSY781; or permission of instructor

Program: Psychology

Credit: 4

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