Week: 2 Counseling-Based Personality Assessment & Personality Analysis (personality disorders and issues of abnormal personality). loninger, S. (2013). Theories of personality: Understanding persons. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson
Week:3 Based Pesonality and Behavior Assessment & How Learning Environment Shapes Personality (behaviorist perspective and the role of learning in shaping personality) Cloninger, S. (2013). Theories of personality: Understanding persons. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
Chapter 10: The Challenge of Behaviorism: Dollard and Miller, Skinner and Staats
Chapter 11: Kelly: Personal Construct Theory
Chapter 12: Mischel: Traits in Cognitive Social Learning Theory
Chapter 13: Bandura: Performance in Cognitive Social Learning Theory
Week 4: Cloninger, S. (2013). Theories of personality: Understanding persons.
A psychological assessment report is created by psychology professionals to inform groups or individuals of the assessments appropriate for their current needs. This type of report also includes a summary of the services provided to these groups or individuals. This evaluation is used by the various entities to assess basic needs, competencies, preferences, skills, traits, dispositions, and abilities for different individuals in a variety of settings.
Psychological reports vary widely depending on the psychology professional creating it and the needs being assessed. Some of the psychology professionals who create this type of report include counselors, school psychologists, consultants, psychometricians, or psychological examiners. This type of report may be as short as three pages or as long as 20 or more pages depending on the needs of the stakeholders. Many reports include tables of scores that are attached either in an appendix or integrated into the report. Despite the many variations in assessment reports, most include the same essential information and headings.
Students will choose one of the personality assessment scenarios from the discussions in Weeks Two, Three, or Four to use as the basis of this psychological assessment report. Once the scenario has been chosen, students will research a minimum of four peer-reviewed articles that relate to and support the content of the scenario and the report as outlined below. The following headings and content must be included in the report: