First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"Readers will find this volume intellectually stimulating and practically useful, and the book is recommended to practicing clinicians and researchers in personality assessment and theory alike."
Contents: R.H. Dana, Cross-Cultural and Multi-Ethnic Assessment. Y.S. Ben-Porath, Cross-Cultural Assessment of Personality: The Case for Replicatory Factor Analysis. I. Savasir, N. Erol, The Turkish MMPI: Translation, Standardization, and Validation. A. Wilson, S.D. Passik, M.F. Kuras, An Epigenetic Approach to the Assessment of Personality: The Study in Instability in Stable Personality Organizations. T. Osberg, J.S. Shrauger, The Role of Self-Prediction in Psychological Assessment P. Lerner, H. Lerner, Rorschach Measures of Psychoanalytic Theories of Defense. S. Walfish, R. Massey, A. Krone, Conducting Psychological Evaluations with AA-Oriented Alcoholism Treatment Programs: Implications for Practical Treatment Planning. J. Strelau, A. Angleitner, W. Ruch, Strelau Treatment Inventory (STI): General Review of Studies Based on German Samples. L.A. Clark, Toward a Consensual Set of Symptoms of Clusters for Assessment of Personality Disorders.