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(p. 29) Assessment Strategies I 

(p. 29) Assessment Strategies I
(p. 29) Assessment Strategies I

Rosemary Flanagan

and Jeff A. Miller

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date: 16 January 2021

Chapter 3 outlines the typical approach to psychoeducational assessment used by school psychologists and discusses the implications of this approach to case conceptualization. It then covers current measures commonly used in psychoeducational assessment across the domains of cognitive, academic achievement, and social-emotional functioning, including projective or performance-based measures, as well as tests and test batteries, behavioral observation, interviews, performance-based measures, adaptive functioning, and neuropsychological assessment. It concludes with a discussion of current controversies about the strengths and weaknesses of psychoeducational assessment.

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