Handbook of measurement and evaluation in rehabilitation edited by Brian F. Bolton and Randall M. Parker.

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Book's title: Handbook of measurement and evaluation in rehabilitation edited by Brian F. Bolton and Randall M. Parker.
Library of Congress Control Number: 2007005568
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):9781416402589
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):1416402586
Cataloging Source:DLC, DLC
Library of Congress Call Number:HD7255.5 .H35 2007
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:361/.06$222
Edition Statement:4th ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Austin, Tex. . Pro-Ed, Inc., (c)2007.
Projected Publication Date:0709
Physical Description:p. cm.
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:Fundamentals of measurement
Scores and norms / Brian F. Bolton, Randall M. Parker, and Jeffrey B. Brookings
Measurement and testing
Strategies and issues in score interpretation
General guidelines for test usage
Ethical principles of assessment
Sources of additional information
Conclusion
Reliability / Robert M. Thorndike and Tracy Thorndike-Christ
Generalizing from test scores
Classical test theory
Variation in test scores
Factors affecting reliability interpretation
Reliability of difference scores
Reliability of computer adaptive tests
Conclusion
Validity / Nancy E. Betz and David J. Weiss
Measurement in the context of science
Types of evidence for validity
Validity of measurement and practical validity
Conclusion
Reviews of instruments
Intelligence testing / Elizabeth O. Lichtenberger, James C. Kaufman, and Alan S. Kaufman
Historical perspectives
Current perspectives
Conclusion
Aptitude testing / Randall M. Parker
Definitions of aptitude
Brief history of aptitude testing
Description and evaluation of selected aptitude tests
Problems in aptitude assessment
Conclusion
Assessment of personality / Samuel E. Krug
Why assess personality?
Validity and utility of the self-report method
The dimensionality and structure of normal-range personality
Review of major resources
The role of the computer in personality assessment
Conclusion
Assessment of psychopathology / Rodney L. Lowman and Linda M. Richardson
Assessing psychopathology
Issues in assessing psychopathology
Specific measures of psychopathology
Conclusion
Vocational inventories / Nadya A. Fouad, Melissa K. Smothers, Neeta Kantamneni, and Amy Guillen
Uses of vocational interest and attitude inventories
Criteria for selecting vocational inventories
Vocational instruments
Instruments versus criteria
Conclusion
Applications in rehabilitation
Assessment interviewing / Norman L. Berven
Types of interviews used in assessment
Psychometric characteristics of interviews as an assessment tool
Interview strategies and techniques
Computer-based assessment interviews
Conclusion
Assessment of independence / Nancy M. Crewe and Darlene A.G. Groomes
ICIDH and ICF
Purposes of assessing independence
Measures of independence
Conclusion
Neuropsychological assessment / Ronald M. Ruff and James C. Schraa
Questions that need to be answered
Neurocognitive assessment
Evaluation of effort, exaggeration, and malingering
Benefits from the process of testing
Recommendations
Neuropsychological consultation in regard to learning disabilities
Conclusion
Assessing work behavior / Jeanne B. Patterson
Functional, behavioral, and physical capacities assessments
Transferable skill assessments/job matching
Work samples
Situational assessments, job tryouts, and on-the-job evaluations
Conclusion
The O*NET occupational information system / Mary Ann Hanson, Leonard N. Matheson, and Walter C. Borman
Occupational information for the rehabilitation professional
Purpose of the O*NET
Development of the O*NET
O*NET applications and implications for rehabilitation professionals
Current status of the O*NET database
Conclusion
Measurement of consumer outcomes in rehabilitation / Richard T. Walls
Input-intervention-output model
Measuring outcomes
Outcomes reported in research
Conclusion
Assessment of career development and maturity / Terry Blackwell, Steven J. Leirer, and Douglas C. Strohmer
Career maturity and decision making
Assessment issues
Review of selected assessment instruments
Conclusion
Assessment of individuals with visual impairments / John T. Gallagher and William R. Wiener
Use of tests with people who are visually impaired
The challenge of developing tests for people who are blind or visually impaired
Considerations in the assessment of individuals who are visually impaired
Adapting tests for people who are visually impaired
Tests for use with individuals who are visually impaired
Conclusion
Assessment of individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing / Shawn P. Saladin and McCay Vernon
Definitions of hearing loss
General issues in assessment
Assessments in rehabilitation settings
Psychiatric assessment and brain injury screening
Achievement testing
Aptitude and interest testing
Communication skills appraisal
Case history data
Assessments of persons who are deaf-blind
Conclusion
Assessment of adults with intellectual disabilities / Sandra E. Hansmann and Irla Lee Zimmerman
The concept of intellectual disabilities
Assessing intellectual disabilities
Conclusion
Assessment in psychiatric rehabilitation / Kim L. MacDonald-Wilson and Patricia B. Nemec
The empirical foundation for a psychiatric rehabilitation assessment
Components of psychiatric rehabilitation assessment
Psychiatric rehabilitation assessment interview
Psychiatric rehabilitation assessment instruments
Conclusion
Multicultural issues in assessment / Richard H. Dana
Chapter revision essentials
Cultural competence
Assessment services in rehabilitation
Bias
Correction for bias
Conclusion
List of contributors
About the editors
Subject index.
Personal Name:Bolton, Brian, 1939-
Personal Name:Parker, Randall M., 1940-
Rubrics: Rehabilitation counseling
Psychometrics

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