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|1.||Critically reflect on the purpose of assessment and how it is used in a variety of settings;|
|2.||Critically review the interview process and its role in a range of assessment settings;|
|3.||Exemplify foundational knowledge of assessment protocols and formal assessment processes;|
|4.||Interpret and report the results of structured cognitive assessment tasks (e.g., Weschler tests);|
|5.||Report on the administration of a cognitive assessment and interview in a professional manner and in accordance with psychological ethical standards; and|
|6.||Contextualise the significance of interpersonal processes and socio-cultural context in assessment.|
|Exercise||Assessment exercise, Part A: WAIS Results B: WISC results (Approx 1500 words)||20%|
|Assignment||Assessment report based on psychological testing||60%|
Handbook of psychological assessment 6th ed.
Groth-Marnat, G. & Wright, A. J., (2016)
Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons
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