[Formula: see text]Neuropsychologists' Validity Testing Beliefs and Practices: A Survey of North American Professionals.

@article{Martin2015FormulaST,
  title={[Formula: see text]Neuropsychologists' Validity Testing Beliefs and Practices: A Survey of North American Professionals.},
  author={Phillip K. Martin and Ryan W. Schroeder and Anthony P Odland},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={741-76}
}
OBJECTIVE The current study investigated changes in neuropsychologists' validity testing beliefs and practices since publication of the last North American survey targeting these issues in 2007 and explored emerging issues in validity testing that had not been previously addressed in the professional survey literature. METHODS Licensed North American neuropsychologists (n = 316), who primarily evaluate adults, were surveyed in regard to the following topics: (1) comparison of objective… CONTINUE READING
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