Psychological Testing and Assessment

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Psychological assessment, often referred to as psychological testing, is the compare and contrast of test results administered on individuals as a function to define commonalities and assortments of mental processes. This systematic approach allows psychologists and psychiatrists alike to determine what can be considered a mental disorder, abnormal behavior, or anything deviating from majority behavior. Assessments are given to identify any general signs of potential risks, while psychological tests can be a variety of procedures in which the consistency and severity of the identified risk is measured.

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