Computers in clinical assessment: historical developments, present status, and future challenges.

@article{Butcher2004ComputersIC,
  title={Computers in clinical assessment: historical developments, present status, and future challenges.},
  author={James N. Butcher and Julia Perry and Jungwon Hahn},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={60 3},
  pages={331-45}
}
Computerized testing methods have long been regarded as a potentially powerful asset for providing psychological assessment services. Ever since computers were first introduced and adapted to the field of assessment psychology in the 1950s, they have been a valuable aid for scoring, data processing, and even interpretation of test results. The history and status of computer-based personality and neuropsychological tests are discussed in this article. Several pertinent issues involved in… CONTINUE READING

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