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Focuses on basic concepts of standardized and non-standardized assessment. Emphasis on diagnostic interviewing, mental status exams, test construction concerns, test score meanings, behavioral observations, test selection, and multicultural considerations. Prerequisites: PSYC 4308, PSYC 5301, PSYC 5303 and PSYC 5307. Enrollment in this course is restricted to students who are currently matriculated through either the M.A. Counseling Psychology program or completing the Counseling Certificate program in Education.
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