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"Ghost is the Graveyard! Run, Run, Run!" - Discovering Hiding Places of Defenses by Using the TCTS

"The Indispensable Flame" - Hope as Healing in Collaborative Therapeutic Assessment

"¿Me Entiendes? - The Complexity of Assessing Bilingual Youth with Trauma

2022 Annual Update on Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research 

2023 Annual Update on Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research 

A Window into Hikikomori, an Increasingly Global Syndrome of Shutting Out Society 

Addressing Client Concerns and Challenging Beliefs of Clinicians and Systems 

Advancements in Measuring Criterion A of the Alternative Model for Personality Disorders (AMPD) 

Advancing Personality Assessment - The Hermeneutic Approach 

Advancing the Concept of Applicability of the Treatment Utility of Clinical Assessment 

Am I Getting It Right for You? - A Psychodynamic Assessment Case Study 

An Unscripted Discussion Between Supervisors & Supervisees About Experience in Supervision 

Applied and Empirical Perspectives on Personality and the COVID-19 Pandemic 

Assessing Personality Pathology 

Assessment of Adolescents and Young Adults with Emerging Symptoms

Assessment of Diverse and Minority Populations - Considerations in Personality Assessment Training 


Characterizing Models of Psychopathology Using the Interpersonal Circumplex 

Clinical Advances with Social Cognition & Object Relations Scale-Global Method (SCORS-G) 

Clinical Assessments of Interpersonal Dynamics 

Clinical Issues in Family Court Evaluations

Collaborative & Interdisciplinary Assessments of Latin American Patients with Complex Comorbidities 

Complications when Diversity, Identity, Cognitive Decompensation, & Validity Collide 

Conceptualizing and Assessing Bipolar Spectrum Disorders 

Contemporary Integrative Interpersonal Theory - Integrating Structure, Dynamics, Temporal Scale 

Conversations on the Past, Present, & Future of the Personality Assessment Inventory 

Critical Moments - Capitalizing on Therapeutic Opportunities during Collaborative Assessment 

Cultural Mistrust and Psychological Assessment - A Nuanced Look at Paranoia Scores 

Culturally Responsive Personality Assessment 

Curious About Being a "Mindhunter"? Pathways to Forensic Psychology 


Deconstructing Psychosis and its Assessment with Relevant R-PAS Measures 

Development of Measures to Assess the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) 

Developmental Considerations in Multimethod Personality Assessment 

Disambiguating the "Right" Voice from the "White" Voice when Teaching Report Writing 

Diverse Methods of Measuring Personality Functioning - Four Distinct Methods 


Emerging Research with the Rorschach Performance Assessment System 

English Language Learners, Monolingualism, and Bilingualism in Assessment Graduate Training 

Evidence on the Comparative Reliability, Validity, or Utility of Rorschach Systems 

Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research 


Forensic - Related Papers

From Assessment Coursework to Clinical Work - Intricacies of Graduate Assessment Training 

From Supervision to Classrooms - Where Do We Go When Conversations on Diversity Go Awry? 


ICD-11 Model and Instruments for Dimensional Assessment of Personality Disorder

Integrating Multicultural Competencies and Social Justice into Assessment 

Integrating Narrative-Rated & Respondent Self-Report to Clarify Facets of Functioning

Introducing the MMPI-3 


Language as Personality

Legal Admissibility of the Rorschach and R-PAS - A Review of Research, Practice, and Case Law 

MacCAT-CA, ECST-R, and Competence Assessment for Defendants with Mental Retardation 

Malingering Research - A Multi-Method Perspective 

Model, Measures, and Methods of the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) 

Multimethod Assessment of PTSD in Psychological Injury Evaluations 


New Research on the MMPI-3 

Novel Measurement of Personality Dynamics Using Intensive Longitudinal Design 

PAI Papers 

PAI-A Papers 

Personality Assessment by Self-Report - Where Have We Been, Where Are We Now, and Where Do We Go From Here

Personality Assessment via Telehealth - Keeping Up with the Times 

Personality Assessment in Legal Contexts - A Special Issue of the JPA Overview 

Psychological Assessment for Treatment - The Values Dimension 

Psychological Assessment of Racial and Cultural Trauma 

Rorschach Markers of Emotional Distress and Dysregulation 

R-PAS Administration Errors by Clinical Psychology Graduate Students - Recommendations 


School Threat Assessment - An Evidence-Based Violence Prevention Strategy 

Shifting Cultural Lenses in Psychological Assessment - Integrating Clinical/ Statistical Approaches 

SIRS-2 - Use and Admissibility in Forensic Mental Health Assessment 


Tele-Assessment of Personality & Psychopathology - Challenges, Roadblocks, & Collaborative Solutions

Test-Retest Considerations with the Rorschach Test 

The Affective Context of Interpersonal Behavior

The Development of Personality Pathology - Implications for Assessment 

The Elephant in the Room - Whiteness in Psychology and Law 

The Millon Instruments - MCMI-IV and MACI-II in Legal Settings 

The Need to Feel Alive - Different Faces of Depression in Young Offenders 

The Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) in U.S. Case Law - An Examination of Relevance 

The Utility of the Trauma Symptom Inventory as a Primary and Secondary Assessment Instrument 

Understanding Relationship Between Personality/Visual Information on the Rorschach and Human Faces 

Using Ecological Momentary Assessment to Evaluate Personality Constructs 

Using Repeated Measurements to Therapeutically Assess Clients Over Time 

Using R-PAS in Legal Settings - Three Case Studies 

Using MMPI-3 in Legal Settings

Using the Personality Assessment Inventory-Adolescent (PAI-A) in Legal Settings 

Utilization of a Culturally Focused Semi-Structured Interview in Clinical Assessment Training


Violence Risk Assessment with the HCR-20V3 in Legal Contexts - A Critical Reflection


Walking a Fine Line - Talking with Clients About Attachment 

Who are the Game Changers? Why We Need to Study Leadership in Adolescence 

Working with the Personality Disorders - A How-to Guide and Case Discussion

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