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Psychological Testing of Hispanics free pdf Fully revised to take into account a new generation of assessment research as well as the dynamic changes within America's Hispanic community, this book provides an up-to-date overview of the clinical testing of Hispanic clients. Today's research on Hispanic clients, their respective cultures and environments, and their psychological health has led to an explosion of measures tailored to their unique needs. This volume provides essential updates on how to use intelligence, neuropsychological, and other clinical measures and stands as a call to arms to increase awareness and understanding of a rapidly evolving demographic. This is an important text for practitioners who wish to improve their competency in working with this still underserved population.

About Kurt F. Geisinger

Kurt F. Geisinger , PhD, is director of the Buros Center for Testing and Meierhenry Distinguished University Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA. His previous positions include professor and chair of the psychology department at Fordham University, psychology professor and dean of arts and sciences at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego, USA, and psychology professor/vice president for academic affairs at two other institutions. He served two terms on the APA Council of Representatives and then on the board of directors. He represented APA on the International Organization for Standardization's Test Standards Committee and served on seven other APA task forces. He was an APA delegate and chaired the Joint Committee on Testing Practices (1992-1996). He served on APA's Committee on Psychological Testing and Assessment and APA's Committee on International Relations in Psychology and was president of the Coalition for Academic, Scientific, and Applied Psychology caucus in 2009. He was elected president of the Division of Psychological Assessment and Evaluation of the International Association of Applied Psychology. Dr. Geisinger's primary academic interests concern proper test use, testing individuals with disabilities and language minorities, and adapting tests across languages and cultures. He chaired the College Board's Research Advisory Committee, the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Board, and the GRE Technical Advisory Committee. He was a member of the SAT Advisory Committee and a member of the National Council of Measurement in Education's Committee to Develop a Code of Ethical Standards, and he has been involved in numerous other task forces and panels. He is also a council member and treasurer of the International Test Commission and editor of Applied Measurement in Education , and he has served on the editorial committees of eight other journals. Dr. Geisinger edited the APA Handbook of Testing and Assessment in Psychology, Psychological Testing of Hispanics, Test Interpretation and Diversity: Achieving Equity in Assessment, High Stakes Testing in Education: Science and Practice in K-12 Settings , and the 17th,18th, and 19th Mental Measurements Yearbooks as well as Tests in Print VIII and Pruebas Publicadas en Espanol . He has worked in virtually all areas of psychology and has published approximately 130 chapters and journal articles. His awards include APA fellow status as well as a charter fellow status in the American Educational Research Association and the Association for Psychological Science. APA Division 5 (Quantitative and Qualitative Methods) awarded Dr. Geisinger the Jacob Cohen Award for Distinguished Teaching and Mentoring- the Northeastern Educational Research Association gave him the Donlon and the Doherty Awards for mentoring and service, respectively- and SUNY-Oswego honored him with their Distinguished Research Award.

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Author : Kurt F. Geisinger
Publisher : American Psychological Association
Data Published : 30 August 2015
ISBN : 1433819910
EAN : 9781433819919
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 336 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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