Ch 14: Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychological Assessments

About This Chapter

Gain insight about the process and purpose of cognitive, behavioral, and psychological assessments by going through these lessons. Become more knowledgeable about the benefits of each type of assessment, or use the chapter to get ready for a test.

Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychological Assessments - Chapter Summary

Assessments can help psychologists and psychiatrists determine different aspects concerning their patients' progress and needs, but there are various types of assessments to use. These lessons go over the typical approaches and uses for cognitive, behavioral, and psychological assessments, including term definitions and the goals of each type of assessment.

You can easily navigate through the chapter thanks to our method of organization. We separate every chapter into several short lessons. You can see each lesson title from the chapter menu, making it simple to find the exact topic you want to review. Each lesson can stand on its own, but viewing all the lessons will provide you with a deeper understanding of any given topic. At the close of this chapter, you should possess the skills to:

  • Evaluate the function of clinical assessments in psychology
  • Figure out the process and limitations of cognitive and behavioral assessments
  • Inspect neuropsychological and psychophysiological assessments

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