The Mental Functioning Of Children with Conduct Disorder: The Contribution Of Projective Tests

Corresponding Author Information: Neslihan Zabcı Session Abstract: Conduct Disorder is amongst the most widespread clinical disorders. This study was conducted to evaluate the mental functioning of children who show signs of conduct disorder -verbal or physical aggressive behavior towards peers or authority figures- through projective tests. In the study, the mental functioning of 30 boys aged … Continue reading The Mental Functioning Of Children with Conduct Disorder: The Contribution Of Projective Tests

Validation of the MMPI-A and MMPI-A-RF as Measures of Psychosis in Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatients

Corresponding Author Information: Stephen J. Pappalardo Session Abstract: While schizophrenia is relatively rare in adolescents, psychotic symptoms and psychotic states are not, and the accurate detection and quantification of psychosis is critical to the clinical care of adolescents in mental health settings. The MMPI-A is a widely used broad-band diagnostic measure for adolescents which includes … Continue reading Validation of the MMPI-A and MMPI-A-RF as Measures of Psychosis in Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatients

Validity and Reliability of Child and Adolescent Symptom Screening Inventory

Corresponding Author Information: Elif Erol Session Abstract: AIM: While working with children in clinic, it is noteworthy that there is a limitation measurement tools of that measure behavior, symptoms and pathology in the field despite the importance. The current measurement tools used as an adaptation form in our country. Since the tests adapted from different … Continue reading Validity and Reliability of Child and Adolescent Symptom Screening Inventory