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Few measures exist which directly assess aspects of conversational experience. We present and provide a psychometric assessment of the Speaking Extent and Comfort Scale (SPEACS), a new 20-item measure which assesses four aspects of past conversational experience: the extent and comfort of both...
Researchers and clinicians alike increasingly seek brief, reliable, and valid measures to obtain personality trait ratings from both selves and peers. We report the development of a paragraph-descriptor short form of a full-length personality assessment instrument, the Schedule for Nonadaptive...
The old controversy regarding the Rorschach Inkblot Test has recently revived. The present article suggests that the debate will be most productive if careful attention is paid to methodological issues. Three recent examples illustrate how incorrect conclusions regarding Rorschach validity may...
Letter and category fluency tasks are used to assess semantic knowledge, retrieval ability, and executive functioning. They appear to be useful in detecting different types of dementia, but accurate detection of neuropsychological impairment relies on appropriate normative data. Multiple...
This study examines the internal consistency and temporal stability of informant ratings from two widely used instruments for normal personality assessment, the revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R) and the Interpersonal Adjective Scales (IAS). Wellknown adult targets were selected by 109...
The performance of 100 patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) on the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) was examined to determine the underlying latent structure as well as profile subtypes. Exploratory factor analysis with oblique rotation identified three factors: response accuracy,...
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