Psychological Assessment in Clinical Practice: A Pragmatic Guide

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Subject Index

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Abel and Becker Cognition Scale, 208 , 209
Abel Assessment, see Visual Reaction Time
Acute stress disorder
assessment methods, 65
diagnostic criteria, 61 - 62
differential diagnosis, 62 - 64 , 78
early treatment intervention, 65 - 66
incidence, 62
justification for, 64
Acute Stress Disorder Interview, 65
Acute Stress Disorder Scale, 65
Adaptive Behavior
assessment of, 326
in pervasive developmental disabilities, 356 - 357
Adaptive Behavior Assessment System 326 , 340
Adaptive Behavior Evaluation Scale-Revised, 326
Addiction Severity Index, 153 , 158 , 401
ADIS-IV-L, see Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule for DSM-IV:
Lifetime Version
Adjustment disorder, with depressed mood, 299
Administration, supervision in, 23 , 24
Adult Attachment Inventory, 247
Affective Control Scale, 47
Agoraphobia, see Panic disorder with agoraphobia
Agoraphobic Cognitions Questionnaire, 40 , 51 - 52
Albany Panic and Phobia Questionnaire, 40 , 51 - 52
Alcohol Abstinence Self-Efficacy, 153 , 165
Alcohol abuse, case illustration, 163 - 168
Alcohol and Drug Consequences Questionnaire, 154 , 159
Alcohol Dependence Scale, 152 , 165
Alcohol use disorders,
see also Substance use disorders
case illustration, 74 - 78
comorbidity with PTSD, 71
treatment, 77 - 78
Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, 68
in PTSD assessment, 75 - 76
in substance use assessment, 152 , 156 , 165 , 167
American Association on Mental Retardation,
see also Mental retardation
Adaptive Behavior Scale-School-II, 326
classification system, 322 , 326
American Psychological Association
code of ethics, see Ethics code, APA
Guidelines for Test User Qualifications, 22 , 31

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