COUN-6360-23-Assessment in Counseling-2021-Winter-QTR-Term-wks-1-thru-10
- Which of the following is NOT true about the BDI-II?
- Which of the following is NOT a strength of informal assessment techniques?
- “When a test has been shown to produce consistent test results, it has which of the following?”
- PL 94-142 and the IDEA asserted:
- It is unusual to find one conducting an observation of an individual that includes both event and time sampling.
- As part of a graduate school program’s comprehensive exam, they ask each student to do a role play with a coached client. Each student is asked to “do your best job at counseling the client.” At the end of the role-play, the students are evaluated on a series of statements that uses a number line and statements that range from strongly disagree to strongly agree on factors such as use of empathic responses, paraphrasing, attentive listening, etc. Which rating scale is being used?
- About two million people each year are administered the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), making it the most widely-used personality assessment for normal functioning.
- The Differential Aptitude Test is the most widely used multiple aptitude test in the world.
- The special Corrections Report available with the MCMI-II does which of the following?
- Which of the following is true about the NEO Personality Inventory-3 (NEO PI-3)?
- Which of the following is NOT true about the Self-Directed Search?
- The area between +1 and ?1 standard deviations on a normal curve would include approximately 84 percent of the population.
- Relative to Kitchener’s Ethical Decision-Making Model, which is NOT a value a test examiner should consider when making ethical decisions?
- Using z-scores gives an individual the potential of comparing test scores on different types of tests.
- Surprisingly, predictions of how a student will do in college decreases if you combine the use of the SATs with GPA as compared to using the SATs alone.
- Whether a client is oriented to time, place, and person; an assessment of the client’s short- and long-term memory; an evaluation of the client’s knowledge base and intellectual functioning; and a statement about the client’s level of insight and ability to make judgments all refer to the client’s:
- Which of the following is true about the COPSystem?
- This readiness test stresses personal and social skills as well as adaptive behavior much more than some of the others.
- Which of the following is NOT a use of clinical assessment?
- Which of the following is NOT true about the clinical interview?
- Which of the following is suggested when writing reports?
- The 16PF:
- Spearman’s two factor approach included:
- The Americans with Disabilities Act asserted:
- Neuropsychological assessment is most generally associated with identifying students who are either gifted or have a learning disability.