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.
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…
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.
Exploring and Exploding the Myths
by Robert Edenborough, Marion Edenborough
Managing and nurturing talent at the workplace – this book provides practical and well-founded guidance for psychologists and HR professionals, as well as exploding numerous myths surrounding talent.The core concepts in this book are the idea of talent, how it can be assessed, and how it can be nurt…
An Introduction to Jungian Type Theory
by Richard Bents, Reiner Blank
Provides a clear understanding of the dynamics of typical people and of psychological type theory, as well as their practical use in real life.Understanding the Dynamics of Typical People is a humorous, and at the same time clear, systematic, and well-founded introduction to C.J. Jung’s Type Theory.…