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2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
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PY 436 - Personality Assessment


Prerequisite(s): PY 434 . This course introduces models of objective and projective personality assessment and addresses variation in measurement of personality based upon conceptualization of the construct. Emphasis is placed on the administration, scoring, and interpretation of some major personality instruments, which may include the MMPI-2/A, Rorschach (Exner system and content analysis), Thematic Apperception Test, and possibly other objective (e.g. PAI, MCMI) and projective techniques (e.g. Incomplete Sentence Blank and Projective Drawings). In the lab portion of this course, students will learn and then demonstrate their knowledge and skills in administering and scoring these instruments. As one major course objective, students will learn and demonstrate the ability to write-up their interpretations of personality assessment data. (3 credit hours)




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