Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Context: The Framework for the Report Chapter 3 Cultural Competence in Psychological Assessment Chapter 4 Evidence-Based Psychological Assessment Chapter 5 Gathering Information Chapter 6 Gathering Information: Measures of Intellectual, Academic, and Neuropsychological Functioning Chapter 7 Gathering Information: Measures of Personality Chapter 8 Gathering Information: Clinical Interviews, Review of Records, and Measures of Behavioral and Emotional Functioning Chapter 9 Technological Advances in Assessment Chapter 10 Drawing Conclusions Chapter 11 Form and Content of the Assessment Report Chapter 12 Feedback after Psychological Testing Chapter 13 Writing Style Chapter 14 Ethics of Assessment and Report Writing Chapter 15 Legal Issues in Assessment and Report Writing
Karen Goldfinger, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Connecticut. She is the lead author of a textbook on psychological assessment, Psychological Assessment and Report Writing, and a former adjunct faculty member for a psychology graduate program. She has a wealth of experience in psychological testing and has long been interested in when, why, where, and how psychological tests are used in everyday life. Andrew M. Pomerantz (BA, psychology, Washington University in St. Louis; MA, Ph D, clinical psychology, Saint Louis University) is professor of Psychology and director of the Clinical Adult Psychology Graduate Program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses related to clinical psychology and maintains a part-time private practice of clinical psychology in St. Louis. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Indiana University School of Medicine Psychology Training Consortium. He is the author of Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Culture (3rd Edition, SAGE, 2013) and Psychological Assessment and Report Writing (with Karen Goldfinger; SAGE, 2010). He has served on the editorial board of the Journal of Clinical Psychology, Ethics & Behavior, and the Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. He served two terms as president of Psychotherapy Saint Louis and is a member of the American Psychological Association.