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The Resource Guide to psychological assessment with Hispanics, Lorraine T. Benuto, editor, (electronic resource)

Guide to psychological assessment with Hispanics, Lorraine T. Benuto, editor, (electronic resource)

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Guide to psychological assessment with Hispanics
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Guide to psychological assessment with Hispanics
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Lorraine T. Benuto, editor
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eng
Summary
A breakthrough moment in psychological assessment was the realization that one size does not fit all. Few populations prove this true as much as America's largest ethnic minority: Hispanics, whose lives reflect a wide spectrum of cultural, language, and social factors. Traditionally, assessment has paid scant attention to such variables, but now clinicians are increasingly aware of linguistic and acculturation issues that can influence how psychological problems present--and that skewed test results can lead to misdiagnosis, inappropriate and ineffective treatment, and potentially devastating consequences. The Guide to Psychological Assessment with Hispanics meets this evolving challenge by both outlining necessary cultural considerations and recommending specific measures for conducting assessment with Latino clients. This comprehensive resource describes salient test instruments in every major diagnostic area, and reviews current research on their use. Discussion covers the strengths and limitations of every measure featured, which span the range of assessment domains and specialties, including: Intelligence.Personality.Eating, sleeping, sexual, and substance abuse disorders.Mood disorders and suicide risk.Child-specific and school-based measures.Neuropsychology, forensics, dementia, psychosis, malingering, and more. As guidelines for therapy with Latino clients are coming into their own, culturally relevant assessment is of critical importance. Its depth of practical detail makes the Guide to Psychological Assessment with Hispanics an essential reference for clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, and neuropsychologists
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Guide to psychological assessment with Hispanics, Lorraine T. Benuto, editor, (electronic resource)
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Guide to psychological assessment with Hispanics, Lorraine T. Benuto, editor, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Assessing Personality Using Self-Report Measures with Hispanic Clients
  • Maria Garrido and José J. Cabiya
  • IQ Testing and the Hispanic Client
  • Nicholas S. Thaler and Sharon Jones-Forrester
  • Assessing Effort and Malingering with the Hispanic Client
  • Lorraine T. Benuto and Brian D. Leany --
  • Guide to Psychological Assessment with Hispanics: An Introduction
  • Lorraine T. Benuto
  • Bilingualism and Its Impact on Psychological Assessment
  • Antonio E. Puente, Davor Zink, Margie Hernandez, Tara Jackman-Venanzi and Alfredo Ardila
  • The Assessment Interview: A Review of Structured and Semi-structured Clinical Interviews Available for Use Among Hispanic Clients
  • Joan Ignasi Mestre, Paola Clementina Rossi and Marta Torrens
  • Using Projective Tests with Hispanic Clients
  • Orlando L. Pedrosa-Roche, Juan A. Nazario and Joy Lynn Suárez-Kindy
  • Assessing Substance-Related Disorders in Hispanic Clients
  • Lourdes Suarez-Morales and Danette Beitra
  • Assessing Sexual Dysfunction in Hispanic Clients
  • Marta Meana, Taylor L. Oliver and Sarah C. Jones
  • Assessing Eating Pathology in Hispanic Americans
  • Marisol Perez and Cortney S. Warren
  • Assessing for Personality Disorders in the Hispanic Client
  • Saul G. Alamilla and James V. Wojcik
  • Assessment of Dementia in the Hispanic Client: A Neuropsychological Perspective
  • Lorraine T. Benuto and Brian D. Leany --
  • Assessing Mood Disorders and Suicidality in Hispanics
  • John S. Wiebe, John A. Sauceda and Carolina Lara
  • Special Considerations When Assessing the Hispanic Adolescent: Examining Suicide Risk
  • Emilia Lucio-Gomez Maqueo and Paulina Arenas-Landgrave
  • Assessing Suicidality with the Hispanic Adult
  • Dana M. Alonzo
  • Assessment of Anxiety with Hispanics
  • Cassandra Snipes
  • School-Based Assessment with Latina/o Children and Adolescents
  • Manuel X. Zamarripa and Eunice Lerma
  • Neuropsychological Assessment with Hispanic Clients
  • Brian D. Leany, Lorraine T. Benuto and Nicholas S. Thaler
  • Assessing Risk, Recidivism, and Dangerousness in Hispanics
  • Olga Cirlugea, Lorraine T. Benuto and Brian D. Leany
  • Forensic Assessment with the Hispanic Client
  • Lorraine T. Benuto, Brian D. Leany and Olga Cirlugea
  • Assessing Psychosis in Hispanics
  • Veronica Cardenas, Paula Helu, Denisse Tiznado and Jennifer Ho
  • Assessing Sleep Disorders in the Hispanic Patient
  • Jose S. Loredo
  • Assessing Somatoform Disorders with the Hispanic Client
  • Irene M. Bravo and Carmen S. Roca
  • Assessing Developmental Learning and Communication Disorders in Hispanic Children: A Neuropsychological Perspective
  • Mónica Rosselli, Esmeralda Matute and Alfredo Ardila
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