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Personality Inventory for Children

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Joe Perry

on 25 February 2013

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Transcript of Personality Inventory for Children

Information Gained Use of the Assessment Overview Information Gained Limitations Benefits Standardization Sample
Minimal Overlap Between Scales
Complementary Screening Tools
Personality Inventory Youth (Students)
Student Behavior Survey (Teacher)
Test/Re-test Reliability
Sub scales show a relationship with the DSM-IV
Flexibility of Assessment
Timing Second Edition (PIC-2) Personality Inventory for Children Parent-report Measure
Objective
Multidimensional
Evaluates: Emotional, Behavioral, Cognitive, and Interpersonal Adjustment
Children to Adolescents 5-19 years of age
Used by School and Clinical Psychologists
Screening or Monitoring Change Short Form
Behavioral Summary
Includes 8 scales (except Cognitive)
Designing and Evaluating Treatment Plans
Norms separated by gender not age
Fathers tend to report fewer problems
Only True/False Parental Reporting
Multicultural Concerns
Language Barrier
Misleading Statements
Response Bias/Socially Desirable
Single Parents Under Represented
Female Respondents are Over Represented Full Scale Full Scale Test
275 True/False Items
40 minutes
9 Adjustment Scales
21 Sub Scales Short-Form
96 True/False Items
15 minutes
Behavioral Summary Cognitive Impairment
Family Dysfunction
Psychological Discomfort
Impulsivity/Distractability
Reality Distortion
Social Withdrawal
Somatic Concern
Social Skills Deficit References Hopwood, C. J., Flato, C. G., Ambwani, S., Garland, B. H., &
Morey, L. C. (2009). A comparison of Latino and Anglo socially desirable responding. Journal Of Clinical Psychology, 65(7), 769-780. Lachar, D., & Gruber, C. (2001). The personality inventory for children.
(2nd ed.). Western Psychological Services. Gregory, R. J. (2007). Psychological testing, history, principles,
and applications. (Fifth ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
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