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CNSL 573 Assessment in Counseling

This is a graduate level course designed to cover ethical and legal issues, selection, administration, and interpretation of various instruments commonly used in clinical/school settings to assess psychopathologies, measure achievement, intelligence, aptitude, interest, personality, and ability. Students will be introduced to background statistics and test construction issues which are salient to the practice of assessment. Emphasis will be placed upon the selection of appropriate instruments, understanding technical data, including basic statistical concepts and analyzing and communicating results.