June 23 | 1:00pm - 5:00pm

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Presenter: Les Morey, PhD | Texas A&M University

Workshop Information: 

This workshop will involve an advanced discussion of the clinical use of the PAI. This presentation will highlight recent developments in PAI research and their implications for profile interpretation. A particular focus will involve profile validity, with discussion of recently developed indices and functions designed to address defensiveness or malingering. Specifically, the presentation will provide: 1) use of supplemental profile validity indicators in the interpretation of profile validity, 2) identifying and interpreting distorted profiles; and 3) other supplemental indicators and constellations addressing targeted clinical issues such as suicidality, dangerousness, substance abuse, and treatment decision-making.

Goals and Objectives:

  1. Understand scoring and configural interpretation of supplemental profiles validity indicators in the interpretation of profile validity.
  2. Apply approaches to the identification and interpretation of distorted profiles.
  3. Understand scoring and interpretation of supplemental indicators addressing targeted clinical issues.

Skill Level: Participants should be familiar with the scales of the PAI and should have some experience in its use in clinical practice.

 

This complimentary workshops is sponsored by PAR, inc. 

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Dr. Les Morey

Dr. Leslie C. Morey

Dr. Leslie C. Morey is the George T. and Gladys H. Abell Professor of Psychology at Texas A&M University and is a recognized expert in psychodiagnostic assessment and psychiatric classification. He has served on the faculty at Texas A&M University since 1999, including a term as Department Head of Psychology from 2006 to 2010. He previously served on the faculty at Vanderbilt University, Harvard Medical School, and the Yale University School of Medicine. He has published more than 300 articles, books, and chapters about the assessment and diagnosis of mental disorders, and his work has been cited in scientific literature more than 30,000 times. Dr. Morey’s research has led to the development of assessments that have been translated into dozens of languages and are among the most widely used psychodiagnostic measures in the world. His recognitions include the 2017 Bruno Klopfer Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions from the Society for Personality Assessment, the 2016 Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Clinical Psychology Award from the American Psychological Association, the 2016 Presidential Award for Contribution to Methods from the Association for Scientific Advancement in Psychological Injury and Law, and the 2013 Psychoanalytic Research Exceptional Contribution Award from the International Psychoanalytic Association. 

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