This handbook is a truly remarkable scholarly contribution to the
fields of psychology and education. Reynolds and Kamphaus are leaders
in the field who between them have a developed a number of the most
frequently used psychological and educational tests, and the noted
chapter authors all have impressive publication records as well. While
the first edition was a stellar contribution, the volumes in the second
edition have been improved with extensive updating and revising. A
decade of exciting new research findings are carefully reviewed, and
the latest professional developments incorporated. Encyclopedic in
scope, these well-edited volumes cover virtually every type of
psychological test that can be individually administered to a child.
Additional material on the history of testing, research design, and
ethical and diversity issues, among many other important topics, is
also included. All handbooks strive to be comprehensive, but this one
truly succeeds! All professionals involved in child assessment should
have these volumes at their fingertips.
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