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Title: 2010 Bruno Klopfer Distinguished Contribution Award. Some considerations for enhancing psychological assessment.
Authors: Greene R.L.
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Journal of personality assessment
Citation: Volume 93, Issue 3, Page 198-203
Abstract: The field of psychological assessment appears to be bogged down in recent decades on refining existing measures and techniques to the detriment of real change. This article attempts to highlight some of the changes that need to take place in psychological assessment in the next few decades if real progress is to be achieved: (a) developing guidelines for psychological tests and measures; (b) establishing explicit criteria for training; (c) establishing guidelines for competencies; (d) recognizing the impact of marketing; (e) embracing electronic technology; and (f) implementing computer adaptive testing.
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