SPCL 7912X Social and Adaptive Behavioral Assessment
45 hours plus 30 hours conference; 4 credits
Administration, scoring, and interpretation of measures of adaptive behavior and personality. Representative projective techniques, objective personality and behavior assessments, and adaptive behavior measures are introduced and administered. Research findings and critiques pertaining to the most commonly used personality and adaptive behavioral assessments are discussed throughout. Field-based assignments are required.
Prerequisite: matriculation in the school psychologist program, SPCL 7910X with a grade of B- or better, 7911X with a grade of B- or better, and permission of the program head/coordinator
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