The Wiley Handbook of Personality Assessment

Editor: Kumar, Updesh
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $195.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $292.50
ISBN: 978-1-11-917344-1
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 15
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The Wiley Handbook of Personality Assessment presents the state-of-the-art in the field of personality assessment, providing a perspective on emerging trends, and placing these in the context of research advances in the associated fields.

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Table of Contents

  • About the Editor
  • About the Contributors
  • Foreword - Professor Irving B. Weiner
  • Preface
  • Section I Emerging Conceptual Trends
  • 1 Integrating Trait and Process Approaches to Personality: A Sketch of an Agenda - Robert R. McCrae
  • 2 Personality Assessment and Theory - Philip J. Corr and Arthur E. Poropat
  • 3 Situational Perception: Its Theoretical Foundation, Assessment, and Links to Personality - Kai T. Horstmann and Matthias Ziegler
  • 4 Temperamental Components of the Developing Personality - James B. Victor, Mary K. Rothbart, Spencer R. Baker, and Jennifer L. Tackett
  • 5 Integrity Tests: A Review of Alternate Conceptualizations and Some Measurement and Practical Issues - Chockalingam Viswesvaran and Deniz S. Ones
  • 6 Network Analysis: A New Way to Think about Personality - Giulio Costantini and Marco Perugini
  • 7 Theory and Measurement of Trait Emotional Intelligence - K.V. Petrides, Alexander B. Siegling, and Donald H. Saklofske
  • 8 Beyond IQ and EQ: The Bar‐On Multifactor Model of Performance - Reuven Bar‐On
  • 9 Measuring the Dark Side of Personality - Ashton C. Southard and Virgil Zeigler‐Hill
  • 10 Diversity and Assessment - Joyce P. Chu, Brian A. Maruyama, Ashley Elefant, and Bruce Bongar
  • 11 Future Directions for Personality Assessment: An African Perspective - Sumaya Laher
  • 12 Advances in the Use and Interpretation of the MMPI‐2 - Salazar‐Schneiderman, Caroline S. Tonetti, Lacey M. Sommers, and Roger L. Greene
  • Section II Emerging Assessment Perspectives and Methodological Issues
  • 13 Objective Personality Assessment with the MMPI‐2: An Internationally Adaptable Measure - James N. Butcher
  • 14 Precision Assessment: An Individualized and Temporally Dynamic Approach to Understanding Patients in their Daily Lives - Michael J. Roche and Aaron L. Pincus
  • 15 Are Situational Judgment Tests Better Assessments of Personality than Traditional Personality Tests in High‐Stakes Testing? - Deborah L. Whetzel and Michael A. McDaniel
  • 16 Alternatives to Self‐Reports: Conditional Reasoning Problems and Implicit Association Test (IAT) Based Tasks - Zvonimir Galić, Andreja Bubić, and Maja Parmač Kovačić
  • 17 Therapeutic Assessment in Clinical and Counseling Psychology Practice - Radhika Krishnamurthy, Stephen E. Finn, and Filippo Aschieri
  • 18 Personality Assessment in Ecological Settings by Means of Virtual Reality - Pietro Cipresso and Giuseppe Riva
  • 19 The Use of the Hare Psychopathy Checklist (PCL‐R) and Rorschach Inkblot Method (RIM) in Forensic Psychological Assessment - Carl B. Gacono, Aaron J. Kivisto, Jason M. Smith, and Ted B. Cunliffe
  • 20 Holtzman Inkblot Technique and Personality Assessment - C.R. Darolia
  • 21 Integrative Treatments Come of Age: Systematic Treatment Selection (STS) - Christopher J. Edwards, Lori Holleran, and Larry E. Beutler
  • 22 Personality Assessment Paradigms: Issues and Challenges - Vijay Parkash and Updesh Kumar
  • 23 Identification and Assessment of the Correlates of Military Suicide - Kasie L. Hummel, James Sottile, Danielle Spangler, and Bruce Bongar
  • 24 Integrative Clinical Assessment of Sexual and Gender Minority Clients - Whitney Bliss, Samantha Pflum, Matthew Skinta, Rylan J. Testa, Rebecca Floyd, and Peter Goldblum
  • 25 Using the Johnson‐Neyman Procedure to Detect Item Bias in Personality Tests: A Proposed New Method and Practical Guidelines for Data Analysis - Burak Tunca
  • 26 User Reactions to Personality Assessment: Implications for Assessment Credibility, Utility, and Practicality - Chris D. Fluckinger and Andrea F. Snell
  • 27 Novel Approaches to Adjusting for Positive Response Distortion with the Personality Assessment Inventory - John E. Kurtz, Lindsey L. Bupp, and Corinne M. Henk
  • 28 Applicant Faking Behavior: The Elephant in the Room - Richard L. Griffith, Patrick D. Converse, Yumiko Mochinushi, and Matthias Ziegler
  • 29 Transforming Assessment: New Pedagogies for the Digital Age - Swati Johar and Updesh Kumar
  • 30 Ethical Issues in Personality Assessment - Swati Mukherjee and Updesh Kumar