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PART I: PRINCIPLES AND FOUNDATIONS OF ASSESSMENT
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Assessment
Chapter 2 – Methods and Sources of Assessment Information
Chapter 3 – Statistical Concepts
Chapter 4 – Understanding Assessment Scores
Chapter 5 – Reliability
Chapter 6 – Validity
Chapter 7 &nd... MORE
PART II: OVERVIEW OF ASSESSMENT AREAS
Chapter 8 – Assessment of Intelligence and General Ability
Chapter 9 – Assessment of Achievement
Chapter 10 – Assessment of Aptitude
Chapter 11 – Career and Employment Assessment
Chapter 12 – Personality Assessment
PART III: APPLICATIONS AND ISSUES
Chapter 13 – Clinical Assessment
Chapter 14 – Assessment in Education
Chapter 15 – Assessment Issues with Diverse Populations
Chapter 16 – Communicating Assessment Results
Chapter 17 – Ethical and Legal Issues in Assessment
Appendix I – Standards for Multicultural Assessment, Second Edition
Appendix II – Responsibilities of Users of Standardized Tests (RUST), Third Edition
Appendix III – Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education
Karyn Dayle Jones is an associate professor in counselor education at the University of Central Florida. She has 20 years of experience in the counseling profession and has been a counselor educator for 14 years. Jones is coauthor of Introduction to the Profession of Counseling, has authored or coauthored several book chapters and refereed publications, and has made numerous professional presentations in the field of counseling and counselor education. Her primary areas of research are assessment and diagnosis. She is the past president of the Counseling Association for Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, a division of the American Counseling Association. Jones is a Florida Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and a National Certified Counselor, and she has worked as a counselor in mental health agencies, schools, and private practice.
The late Robert J. Drummond taught Counselor Education at the University of North Florida for twenty years before retiring. In addition to Assessment Procedures for Counselors and Helping Professional, he was the author of Career Counseling: A Developmental Approach (Prentice Hall, 1994) as well a number of book chapters and journal articles. He passed away in 2005.