rior to any psychological assessment process, a clinician n
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rior to any psychological assessment process, a clinician needs to formulate a clear assessment “question” or hypothesis in order to ensure that the information he or she receives from the assessment is useful. For example, if a child is referred for an assessment because of concerns about his or her behavior or for academic problems in school, one of the hypotheses or questions a clinician might pose are, “Does this child’s cognitive abilities meet the current academic demands?” This question may help determine the type of psychological test used in the assessment process, if any, a clinician might request and what additional recommendations might be needed.
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