Novel Measurement of Personality Dynamics Using Intensive Longitudinal Design – Symposium (1 CE Credit)

MARCH 20TH | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Session Abstract:¬†Understanding dynamic characteristics of personality requires methodology capable of measuring patterns of behavior, affect, and cognitions over time and across situations. Intensive longitudinal designs have been used to model the unfolding of these processes in daily life. This symposium brings together several novel approaches within the … Continue reading Novel Measurement of Personality Dynamics Using Intensive Longitudinal Design – Symposium (1 CE Credit)

Object Relations in Psychopathology in Cancer Patients

Corresponding Author Information: Kate Szymanski Session Abstract: BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Approximately 42 million people worldwide suffer from any form of trauma of cancer, and this number is growing. Research shows that negative interpersonal relationships with physicians, mental health workers and family members correlate with more severe psychopathology and less adherence to treatment for cancer patients … Continue reading Object Relations in Psychopathology in Cancer Patients

Perceived Rejection In Personality Psychopathology: The Role of Attachment & Gender

Corresponding Author Information: Kelsey Mara Priebe Session Abstract: Perceived Rejection In Personality Psychopathology: The Role of Attachment & Gender. Kelsey Priebe, B.A., Emily Sorem, B.A., & Jaime L. Anderson, Ph.D. BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Gender and adult attachment pattern may influence the development and course of personality disorders (PDs; Chiesa et al., 2017; Gawda & Czubak, … Continue reading Perceived Rejection In Personality Psychopathology: The Role of Attachment & Gender

Psychological Assessment for Treatment: The Values Dimension (1.75 CE Credits)

Corresponding Author Information: Steven Anthony Sola Session Abstract: In keeping with the theme of the conference: "Advancing Standards in Personality Assessment," this symposium will bring together leading clinicians and researchers to explore the expanding scope of values assessment which links newer methods of assessment more closely with treatment. Dr. Steven Anthony Sola selectively and critically … Continue reading Psychological Assessment for Treatment: The Values Dimension (1.75 CE Credits)

Rorschach Markers of Emotional Distress and Dysregulation (1.25 CE Credits)

Corresponding Author Information: Agata Ando' Session Abstract: Ando' and her colleagues begin the symposium examining how compared to non-smokers, smokers show different patterns of cognitive processing in relation to rumination and thought suppression. They also demonstrate that variables from the R-PAS Stress and Distress domain are associated with rumination and emotional dysregulation in both groups. … Continue reading Rorschach Markers of Emotional Distress and Dysregulation (1.25 CE Credits)

Understanding the Benefits of Self and Informant-Report through Assessment of Trait Characteristics

Corresponding Author Information: Leah Emery Session Abstract: Background and purpose: Evidence suggests that some traits might be better predicted by informant-report, and some by self-report. How well different sources predict traits partially stems from the trait's characteristics: observability and evaluativeness. However, these characteristics have only been assessed in undergraduates and never in maladaptive traits. This … Continue reading Understanding the Benefits of Self and Informant-Report through Assessment of Trait Characteristics

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)

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