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Assessment


eISSN: 15523489 | ISSN: 10731911 | Current volume: 31 | Current issue: 5 Frequency: 8 Times/Year

Assessment (ASM) focuses on advancing clinical assessment science and practice, with an emphasis on information relevant to the use of assessment measures, including test development, validation, and interpretation practices. Articles cover the assessment of cognitive and neuropsychological functioning, personality, and psychopathology, as well as empirical assessment of clinically relevant phenomena, such as behaviors, personality characteristics, and diagnoses. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

About the Title

Keep abreast of the current research in assessment science and practice with Assessment, the journal that brings you important articles derived from psychometric research, clinical comparisons, theoretical formulations and literature reviews that fall within the broad domain of clinical and applied psychological assessment. The journal presents information of direct relevance to the use of assessment measures, including the practical applications of measurement methods, test development and interpretation practices, and advances in the description and prediction of human behavior. In addition, the journal examines the role of psychological assessment in advancing major issues in clinical science and practice.

The scope of the journal extends from the evaluation of individuals in clinical, counseling, health, and forensic settings.

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

 

Assessment publishes articles advancing clinical assessment science and practice. The emphasis of this journal is on publication of information of relevance to the use of assessment measures, including test development, validation, and interpretation practices. The scope of the journal includes research that can inform assessment practices in mental health, forensic, medical, and other applied settings. Papers that focus on the assessment of cognitive and neuropsychological functioning, personality, and psychopathology are invited. Most papers published in Assessment report the results of original empirical research, however integrative review articles and scholarly case studies will also be considered. Papers focusing on a) new assessment methodologies and techniques for both researchers and practitioners, b) how assessment methods and research informs understanding of major issues in clinical psychology such as the structure, classification, and mechanisms of psychopathology, and c) multi-method assessment research and the integration of assessment methods in research and practice are of particular interest. The journal also encourages submissions introducing useful, novel, and non-redundant instruments or demonstrating how existing instruments have applicability in new research or applied contexts. All submissions should provide strong rationales for their efforts and articulate important implications for assessment science and/or practice.
 
Articles are invited that target empirical assessment of clinically relevant phenomena such as behaviors, personality characteristics, and diagnoses. Research subjects may represent diverse age and socioeconomic categories and both clinical and nonclinical populations. Research reviews and methodologically-focused papers will be considered.

Editor
Leonard Simms University at Buffalo, USA
Associate Editors
A. Alexander Beaujean Baylor University, USA
Bovin, Michelle J. National Center for PTSD at VA Boston Healthcare and Boston University School of Medicine, USA
Michael Chmielewski Southern Methodist University, USA
Joshua D. Clapp University of Wyoming, USA
Jacobus Donders Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, USA
Laura Drislane University of Mississippi, USA
Thomas A. Fergus Baylor University, USA
Yuliya Kotelnikova University of Alberta, Canada
Kristian E. Markon University of Minnesota, USA
Michelle M. Martel University of Kentucky, USA
Joni L. Mihura University of Toledo, USA
Molly Nikolas University of Iowa, USA
Joshua R. Oltmanns Southern Methodist University, USA
Eunyoe Ro Southern Illinois University, USA
Gina Rossi Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium
Consulting Editors
Robert Ackerman University of Texas - Dallas, USA
James R. Allen University of Minnesota Medical School, USA
Jaime L. Anderson Sam Houston State University, USA
Víctor B. Arias University of Salamanca, Spain
Randolph C. Arnau University of Southern Mississippi, USA
Michael C. Ashton Brock University, Canada
Bradley Axelrod Wayne State University, John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, USA
Lindsay E. Ayearst Multi Health Systems Inc., Canada
R. Michael Bagby University of Toronto, Canada
Matthew Baity Alliant International University, Sacramento, USA
Joseph R. Bardeen Auburn University, USA
Yossef S. Ben-Porath Kent State University, Ohio, USA
Stephen D. Benning Vanderbilt University, USA
Mark Blais Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University Medical School, USA
Wes Bonifay University of Missouri, USA
Robert F. Bornstein Adelphi University
Cassandra M. Brandes University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Amy B. Brunell Ohio State University, USA
Erin M. Buchanan Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, USA
Meredith Bucher Knox College, USA
Danielle Burchett California State University, Monterey Bay, CA, USA
Nicole M. Cain Rutgers University, USA
Matthew Calamia Louisiana State University, USA
Ryan W. Carpenter University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA
David S. Chester Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Eu Gene Chin Biola University - Rosemead School of Psychology, USA
Maria Ciccarelli Università degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli"
David C. Cicero University of North Texas, USA
Lee Anna Clark University of Notre Dame, USA
Ki Cole Oklahoma State University, USA
Olivier F. Colins Ghent University, Belgium
David E. Conroy The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Ateka A. Contractor University of North Texas, USA
Christopher C. Conway Fordham University, USA
Cristina Crego Longwood University, USA
Heather Davis Virginia Tech, USA
David A. DeMatteo Drexel University, USA
Carmen Diaz-Batanero University of Huelva, Spain
Julia M. DiFilippo Strongsville, OH, USA
M. Brent Donnellan Michigan State University, USA
John F. Edens Texas A&M University, USA
Laszlo A. Erdodi University of Windsor, Canada
Joseph L. Etherton Texas State University, USA
Leah Feuerstahler Fordham University, USA
Johnathan D. Forbey Ball State University, USA
Eiko I. Fried Leiden University, Netherlands
Tania Giovannetti  
Todd Girard Ryerson University, Canada
Catherine Glenn University of Rochester, New York, USA
Timo Gnambs Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories
Sarah A. Griffin University of Missouri, USA
Michael Hallquist University of Pittsburgh, USA
Kirk S. Heilbrun Drexel University, USA
Christopher J. Hopwood University of California - Davis, USA
Courtland S. Hyatt VA Puget Sound Health Care System, USA
Chester Chun Seng Kam The University of Macau, China
Sarah Karalunas Purdue University, USA
Kevin M. King University of Washington, USA
Daryl G. Kroner Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Robert Krueger University of Minnesota, USA
Ian Kudel Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, USA
John E. Kurtz Villanova University, USA
Sean Lane Purdue University, USA
Daniel J. Lee National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System, USA
Han-Joo Lee University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Tayla T.C. Lee Ball State University, USA
Holly Frances Levin-Aspenson University of North Texas, USA
Sara E. Lowmaster Boston VA, USA
P. Priscilla Lui University of Washington, USA
Melissa Sue Magyar Texas A&M
Rob Meijer University of Groningen, Netherlands
Gregory J. Meyer University of Toledo, USA
Joshua D. Miller The University of Georgia, USA
Michael Moore Adelphi University, USA
Tyler M. Moore University of Pennsylvania, USA
Sascha Müller University of Kassel, Germany
Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt Oklahoma State University, USA
Kristin Naragon-Gainey University of Western Australia, Australia
Thomas Olino Temple University, Department of Psychology, USA
Augustine Osman University of Texas, San Antonio, USA
Insu Paek Florida State University, USA
Sam Parsons University of Oxford, UK
Christopher J. Patrick Florida State University, Department of Psychology, USA
Marilyn Piccirillo University of Washington, USA
Ralph L. Piedmont Loyola College in Maryland, USA
Aaron L. Pincus Pennsylvania State University, USA
Lena C. Quilty Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Canada
Kathleen W. Reardon The Family Institute at Northwestern University, USA
Cecil R. Reynolds Texas A & M University
Whitney Ringwald University of Pittsburgh, USA
Michael J. Roche Pennsylvania State University, Altoona
Craig Rodriguez-Seijas University of Michigan, Department of Psychology, USA
Barry Rosenfeld Fordham University, USA
Randall T. Salekin University of Alabama, USA
Douglas B. Samuel Purdue University, USA
Martin Sellbom University of Otago, Department of Psychology, New Zealand
Carla Sharp University of Houston, USA
Margaret Sibley Florida International University, USA
Chelsea Sleep Cincinnati VA Medical Center, USA
Susan C. South Purdue University, USA
Matthew W. Southward University of Kentucky, USA
Kasey Stanton Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of Psychology, USA
David Streiner McMaster University, Canada
Julie Ann Suhr Ohio University, USA
Takakuni Suzuki University of Michigan, USA
Chand Taneja Vancouver Island Health Authority, Canada
Antonio Terracciano Florida State University, USA
Sarah A. Thomas Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Bradley Hospital, USA
Rachel L. Tomko Medical University of South Carolina, USA
Timothy J. Trull University of Missouri, Department of Psychological Sciences, USA
Raymond P. Tucker Louisiana State University, USA
David Valentiner Northern Illinois University, USA
Carlo O.C. Veltri St. Olaf College, USA
Arjan C. Videler Tilburg University and GGz Breburg Hospital, Netherlands
Colin E. Vize University of Pittsburgh, USA
David Watson University of Notre Dame, Department of Psychology, USA
Ashley L. Watts University of Missouri, USA
Frank Weathers Auburn University, USA
Nathan C. Weed Central Michigan University, USA
Thomas A. Widiger University of Kentucky, Department of Psychology, USA
Trevor Williams University at Buffalo, USA
Sylia Wilson University of Minnesota, Institute of Child Development, USA
Blair E. Wisco University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
Frank C. Worrell University of California, Berkeley, USA
Aidan Wright University of Pittsburgh, USA
Dustin B. Wygant Eastern Kentucky University, USA
Matthew M. Yalch Palo Alto University, USA
Andrew Zabel Kennedy Krieger Institute, USA
Johannes Zimmermann University of Kassel, Germany
Assistants to the Editors
Leah Emery University at Buffalo, USA
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