By Michel Hersen, Daniel L. Segal, Mark J. Hilsenroth
Entire instruction manual of mental evaluation, quantity 2 provides the main updated assurance on character evaluate from top experts.
* comprises contributions from major researchers during this area.
* offers the main accomplished, up to date info on character assessment.
* offers conceptual information regarding the exams.
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There are several professional issues regarding the computerization of this test that merit discussion. First and foremost, the PAI-Software Portfolio (PAI-SP) is sold only to qualified professionals. Users of this program should be experienced with the administration and interpretation of the PAI. This program is not a re- placement for professional knowledge and expertise. The automated interpretive report generated by this program is intended to provide useful information to professionals, to be considered in the context of all available information about the client.
Subscales include Antisocial Behaviors (ANT-A), Egocentricity (ANT-E), and Stimulus-Seeking (ANT-S). Anxiety (ANX): Focuses on phenomenology and observable signs of anxiety with an emphasis on assessment across different response modalities. Subscales include Cognitive (ANX-C), Affective (ANX-A), and Physiological (ANX-P). Anxiety-Related Disorders (ARD): Focuses on symptoms and behaviors related to specific anxiety disorders, particularly phobias, traumatic stress, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms.
For example, substantial correlations have been identified between the AGG scale and indications of anger management problems from the State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory (STAXI; Spielberger, 1988) and the NEO-PI (Costa & McCrae, 1992; Morey, 1991). Similarly, the SUI scale has been validated against similar measures (Morey, 1991) such as the Suicide Probability Scale (SPS; Cull & Gill, 1982) and the Beck Hopelessness Scale (Beck & Steer, 1988). The interpersonal scales of the PAI were designed to provide an assessment of the interpersonal style of subjects along two dimensions: (a) a warmly affiliative versus a cold re- jecting axis, and (b) a dominating, controlling versus a meekly submissive style.
Comprehensive Handbook of Psychological Assessment, Personality Assessment (Volume 2) by Michel Hersen, Daniel L. Segal, Mark J. Hilsenroth