by Yael Benyamini, Marie Johnston, Evangelos C. Karademas
A thorough and authoritative record of the best assessment methods in health psychologyAssessment in Health Psychology presents and discusses the best and most appropriateassessment methods and instruments for all specific areas that are central for health psychologists. It also describes the concep…
Applied Methods and Techniques
by Ioana V. Koglbauer, Sonja Biede-Straussberger
This volume on the latest methods and tools for applied research in aviation psychology guides the diverse range of professionals working within aviation on how to adapt flexibly to the continuously evolving requirements of the aeronautical landscape.
Going Beyond Self-Report in the Personality, Affective, Motivation, and Social Domains
by Tuulia Ortner, Fons J.R. van de Vijver
An authoritative volume discussing the most influential state-of-the-art behavior-based alternatives to traditional self-reports in psychological assessmentTraditional self-reports can be an unsufficiant source of information about personality, attitudes, affect, and motivation. What are the alterna…
A comprehensive overview of personality assessment instruments based on the Big Five model of personality and related constructs. A useful resource for those involved in personality assessment and research.
This collection of contributions by international experts in the field explores the role of dark personality in the workplace, including narcissism, power motives, and leadership outcomes of dark personality.
Integrating Multiple Clinical Perspectives
by Manfred Cierpka, Volker Thomas, Douglas Sprenkle
This book on family assessment integrates psychodynamic and systemic perspectives in a unique way. U.S. and European authors draw from both perspectives and integrate their cultural backgrounds. In this book the family is evaluated on three levels: the individuals, the dyads and triads, and the fami…
This comprehensive book offers practitioners detailed insight into using the Griffiths III to provide comprehensive assessments of children’s development and their needs, through the presentation of numerous case studies.
by Willibald Ruch, Arnold B. Bakker, Louis Tay, Fabian Gander
A group of internationally renowned experts provide a comprehensive overview of assessment in all areas of positive psychology, exploring the challenges and making recommendations on selecting and using appropriate instruments.
A Historical and Epistemological Approach to Psychological Assessment
by Santo Di Nuovo, Maria Sinatra
This book explores the history and epistemology of how we measure mind. It explores whether subjectivity can be assessed using objective methodology and psychometric techniques and whether new technologies can help to tackle this age-old challenge.
The French School
by Benoît Verdon, Catherine Azoulay
This unique volume by leading proponents of the “French School” of projective methods for personality assessment presents the reader with a thorough grounding in the theory and methods of this vibrant and active group and their clinical applications.
by Nancy A. Pachana, Victor Molinari, Larry W. Thompson, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson
A comprehensive and accessible handbook introducing key topics that psychologists and other practitioners face when working with older adults. Full of case examples and contemporary issues. Readers can test their knowledge with a tool in an appendix.