Using Repeated Measurement to Therapeutically Assess Clients Over Time (1.5 CE Credit)

Corresponding Author Information: Katherine M. Thomas Session Abstract: A growing body of research identifies how between-person and within-person approaches to assessment ask and answer different types of questions. Clinically, we are often interested in knowing both how clients compare to others, and also how clients compare to themselves over time and across contexts. Despite the … Continue reading Using Repeated Measurement to Therapeutically Assess Clients Over Time (1.5 CE Credit)

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