Didactic presentations will cover a variety of areas pertinent to the psychodiagnostic assessment process, including a review of the most common objective and projective measures (MMPI-2, MCMI-III and Rorschach). Students will be trained in the application of advanced interpretive strategies for evaluating a variety of complex neuropsychiatric conditions. Special consideration will be given to differential diagnosis in psychotic, mood and personality disorders, and the assessment of malingering of psychiatric symptoms. Offered Fall, Winter and Spring quarters, Thursdays, 3-4:30 p.m., 17-364, Semel Institute.
Originally created: 15 May 2009 Current author: System Admin