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Course Overview

This course addresses the uses and limitations of the MMPI-2 and other frequently used objective measures used to assess personality factors and possible psychopathology in clients. Special attention is given to possible adaptations and need for caution in interpretations when such measures are used with deaf and hard of hearing clients and clients whose cultural history/affiliation is outside the mainstream. Students are expected to develop skills in the integration of data derived from objective measures with other assessment results into acoherent and useful report.

Credits: 2
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisites: PSY 834 and PSY 749.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate