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Course details - Introduction to psychological assessment
Fakultät 6: Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften
Institut für Psychologie
Wintersemester 2010/2011
Introduction to psychological assessment
Zeit: Di. 10:00 - 12:00 (wöchentlich)
Veranstaltungsnummer: 5.17.007
Studienbereiche: Fakultät 6: Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften > Master > Neurocognitive Psychology > Mastermodule > psy120 Psychological diagnostics
Fakultät 6: Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften > Weitere Veranstaltungen: Psychologie > Nebenankündigungen
Heimat-Einrichtung: Institut für Psychologie
Typ der Veranstaltung: Seminar in der Kategorie Lehre
Beschreibung: Module B: Psychological Assessment and Diagnostics Goals of Module: The student aquires a specific knowledge of psychological assessment and should be able to utilize it both within a research context and within an applied context. Competencies: Analyse a psychological question in terms of psychological assessment, design and plan the assessment process, select an appropriate means, techniques and instruments, apply methods and conduct measurements, analyse and combine gathered information, draw conclusions, write reports and deliver expert opinion, reflect the assessment process, follow ethical and professional rules. Contents: Module part 1: Introduction to Psychological Assessment * models and approaches * methods, processes, guidelines Module part 2: Psychological Testing (taught in German) * theory of testing, approaches to test construction * types of tests * exercises in testing/practising tests Module part 3: Assessment in Clinical Neuropsychology (taught in German) * specific knowledge * exercises in testing/practising tests Module part 4: Aptitude testing (taught in German) * specific knowledge * exercises in testing/practising tests Literature: * Aiken, L.R. and Groth-Marnat, G. (2006) Psychological testing and assessment: Allyn & Bacon * Anastasi, A. and Urbina, S. (1997) Psychological Testing: Prentice Hall Teaching methods: Module part 1: 1 lecture (2 SWS) Module part 2: 1 seminar (2 SWS) Module part 3: 1 seminar (2 SWS) Module part 4: 1 seminar (2 SWS) Requirements for participation: Enrollment in master programme. Effort: Presence: 84 hrs (6 SWS), study time: 186 hrs, total: 270 hrs. Credit points: * Total number of credit points for the module: 9 (3 CP for each part) * Students can choose between parts 3 and 4 Exams: * Practical exercise (test application and protocol). Faculty responsible: Dr. Andreas Hellmann
Ort: A07 0-031
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