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Course Details


Seminar on becoming a reflective lifespan psychodiagnostician. Review of utility and limitations of DSM-based classification of psychopathology; introduction of a developmental "successive sieve" assessment model emphasizing conceptual relationships among tests; equal emphasis on psychometric and projective assessment, psychopathological inference from psychodynamic personality structure, and neuropsychological interface issues. Development of a personal accountable writing style. Assessment conclusions linked to specific treatments.

Credits: 3


  • PSYC 620 (with a min grade of B-)
  • AND  PSYC 625 (with a min grade of B-)
  • AND  PSYC 725 (with a min grade of B-)
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    Course Notes:

    Psy.D. Prog.