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Prosody Related Disorders
A look at the process for designing a tool for assessing the prosody related disorders known as expressive and receptive aprosodia.
# 144136 | 3,000 words | 0 sources | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Psychology (Disorders) , Psychology (Testing)


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The paper relates that in the field of clinical psychology, providing effective interventions and treatment for specific disorders depends significantly on the availability of quality assessment tools. The paper notes, however, that as history in the field of psychology has shown, developing quality assessment tools for clinical use can be a difficult and complex undertaking that demands significant investment of time and resources as well as attention to a wide array of theoretical and empirical issues. As a way of providing a practical guide for assessment tool-makers, the discussion describes the process for designing a tool for assessing the prosody related disorders known as expressive and receptive aprosodia.

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"In the field of clinical psychology, providing effective interventions and treatment for specific disorders depends significantly on the availability of quality assessment tools. As history in the field of psychology has shown, however, developing quality assessment tools for clinical use can be a difficult and complex undertaking that demands significant investment of time and resources as well as attention to a wide array of theoretical and empirical issues. As a way of providing a practical guide for assessment tool-makers, the following discussion describes the process for..."

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