psychodiagnostics


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psychodiagnostics

1. the science or art of making a personality evaluation.
2. the diagnosis of a mental disorder. — psychodiagnostician, n.psychodiagnostic, adj.
See also: Psychology
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2] Unit of Psychodiagnostics and Clinical Psychology, University of Catania, Catania, Italy
Corresponding Author: Valentina Lucia La Rosa, Unit of Psychodiagnostics and Clinical Psychology, University of Catania, Via Santa Sofia 78, 95124 Catania (CT), Italy
The validity of the broadband internalizing and externalizing factors may be clinically important in psychodiagnostics where the division between internalization and externalization becomes an increasingly important concept.
Clinical psychology focuses on intellectual, emotional, biological, psychological, social, and behavioral aspects of human functioning throughout a life, in different cultures, and at all socioeconomic levels, where psychodiagnostics and psychotherapy are central to the practical activities of psychologists.
Psychodiagnostics in determining the direction scarce areas, level of mental functioning learned skills for the age determination of resource potential in various areas of development.
Lake Village, (870) 265-3808 Clark Arkansas Counseling & Psychodiagnostics Inc.
Rorschach (1942/1981), referring to his Psychodiagnostics, conveyed that it was conceived from an experiment "consisting in the interpretation of accidental forms, that is, of non-specific forms" (p.
This guide to psychodiagnostics is divided into four parts with the first part offering an introduction to psychodiagnostics and the testing modules which are available online.
2004), On Being Normal and Other Disorders: A Manual for Clinical Psychodiagnostics.
The 886 children and adolescents responded to the instruments in the following order: EPQ-J, CDS and the socio-demographic variables questionnaire in their respective classrooms with a psychologist specialising in child psychodiagnostics, in sessions lasting an hour and a half.
Since the publication of Psychodiagnostics by Hermann Rorschach, many researchers from different countries have conducted studies using the test, with a view to broadening and systematizing the technique.
Beyond DSM-IV-TR: Some considerations for psychodiagnostics from a Catholic perspective on the person.