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If your project or assignment requires that you find a simple assessment instrument, survey or evaluation tool, these are a great resource. The assessment appears in full in these volumes. COPYRIGHT NOTE: If test says "May be copied from this volume" you are allowed to copy and use without getting permission of the author (you should still cite your source). If you do not see this phrase, you will be provided with contact information for the author so that you can request and obtain permission before using.
READ THIS FIRST: The library does not own an e-book edition of this title. We only own the print edition and you can access it in the library's reference collection at Ref BF176 .C66 2013.
Therefore, if you are an online student please use the link below to view the table of contents and request pages by sending the name of the test to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll email to you for the purposes of doing your assignment or project.
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"...more than 400"rapid assessment instruments" (RAIs), including many questionnaires and scales, which assess virtually any problem commonly encountered in clinical practice...All instruments are actually reprinted in the book, and are carefully introduced and evaluated to aid in their selection. Corcoran and Fischer explain the principles of measurement and how to apply them in practice. They explore the range of assessment techniques available, including behavioral observations, rating scales, and client logs, as well as unobtrusive, electromechanical, and standardized measures. And after examining the advantages and disadvantages of rapid assessment instruments, they show practitioners how to effectively select and administer these measures as part of the treatment process.