APA Division 12
Society of Clinical Psychology
Section IX (Assessment Psychology) of the Society of Clinical Psychology (APA Division 12) is dedicated to the promotion of quality assessment in the practice and science of psychology. Although the vital importance of assessment is demonstrated in such specialized areas as forensic, neuropsychological, and psycho-educational applications, its utility is more broadly demonstrated in contemporary clinical practice as applied in differential diagnosis, treatment planning, and the measurement of treatment effectiveness. Clinical assessment is the unique contribution that psychologists make to the field of mental health. We believe that assessment plays an important role in all areas of applied psychology. We promote quality assessment and support excellence in assessment training and supervision at the graduate, internship, and postdoctoral level. + details
Cecil Reynolds is honored (8/8/14)
The Section IX Board of Trustees honored Dr. Reynolds with the 2014 award for distinguished contributions to the field of assessment psychology at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC.
The Section IX Student Research Fellowship was awarded in November 2014 to Chelsea Sleep, B.A., a graduate student in psychology at Eastern Kentucky University. The title of Ms. Sleep’s project is “Elaborating Borderline and Psychopathic Personality Disorders with the Computerized Adaptive Test of Personality Disorder (CAT-PD) in a Female Correctional Sample,” under the direction of Dustin Wygant, Ph.D.
For more information about the Section IX Student Research Fellowship and an application form, click here..
became an official publication on 1/1/08 (2/08)
The Board of Section 9 unanimously voted at the 2008 APA Convention meeting to form an affiliation between ...
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2015 American Psychological Association Convention
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Board of Directors
John Kurtz, Ph.D.
Paul Arbisi, Ph.D.
Richard Handel, Ph.D.
Ginger Calloway, Ph.D.
Dustin Wygant, Ph.D.
Martin Sellbom, Ph.D.
Assessment Journal Editor (ex-officio):
Aaron Pincus, Ph.D.