Collaborative, individualized assessment.

  title={Collaborative, individualized assessment.},
  author={Constance Fischer},
  journal={Journal of personality assessment},
  volume={74 1},
Collaborative, individualized assessment is an approach to psychological assessment in which the assessor and the client work together to develop productive understandings. Collaboration is a means of individualizing the assessment--its process, resulting suggestions, and written accounts. In this approach, life events are regarded as primary data. Test scores, categories, and related research are used as bridges into a particular life and as tools for then exploring that life. This article, an… CONTINUE READING

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