Handbook of Psychodiagnostic Testing: Analysis of Personality in the Psychological Report
Allyn & Bacon
Henry Kellerman, Ph.D.
3 Rev ed
After administering a psychological test, the psychologist must analyze the test data and create a report. This handbook is designed to assist students and professional psychologists in composing psychological reports. This is the only resource available that systematically analyzes both the personality of the patient and the requirements essential for writing test results in relevant, effective reports. All pertinent sectors of the personality are analyzed along with the corresponding sections of the psychodiagnostic report. Each chapter in this book considers a separate aspect of personality so that, as the book unfolds, the report gradually emerges as a precise and meaningful psychological document. By using this book, both students and clinicians will be better equipped to formulate reports based on the particular needs and conflicts of the patients.