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Paradigms of Personality Assessment

by Jerry S. Wiggins

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by The Guilford Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • The self, ego, identity, personality,
  • Psychology,
  • Assessment, Testing & Measurement,
  • Personality,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Clinical Psychology,
  • Clinical Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages386
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8874641M
    ISBN 101593852614
    ISBN 109781593852610

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Paradigms of Personality Assessment by Jerry S. Wiggins Download PDF EPUB FB2

There is no comparable treatment of the scientific and practical foundations of personality assessment."--Daniel J. Ozer, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of California, Riverside "In this long-awaited book, one of the recognized giants of personality assessment has summarized the history and state of the art of five assessment by: Book Description.

This book is an update of Paradigms of Personality Assessment by Jerry Wiggins (, Guilford), a landmark volume in the personality assessment first half of Wiggins () described five major paradigms: psychodynamic (as exemplified by the Paradigms of Personality Assessment book and TAT), narrative (interview data), interpersonal (circumplex instruments), multivariate (five-factor.

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From distinguished scholar and teacher Jerry S. Wiggins, this authoritative text offers a uniquely integrative introduction to adult personality assessment. Part 1 identifies five major assessment paradigms -- psychodynamic, interpersonal, personological, multivariate, and empirical. Examined are the history of each paradigm, key figures in its development, and the current status of favored.

From distinguished scholar and teacher Jerry S. Wiggins, this book is a uniquely integrative introduction to adult personality assessment that will engage graduate and undergraduate students alike. Part I thoroughly reviews five major assessment paradigms--psychodynamic, interpersonal, personological, multivariate, and empirical.

A complaint: these are not differing "paradigms" of assessment, but alternative "models" of assessment. They all share the paradigm that personality can be measured to some degree through assessment practices. An under-expressed concept in the book is that most clinical assessments would include several of these approaches rather than just one.4/5.

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The present article is a meta‐analytic synthesis of various personality assessment paradigms wherein the authors attempt to put forth all such challenging issues and try to find, and seek from eminent scientists, the answer to this by: 1. This book is an update of Paradigms of Personality Assessment by Jerry Wiggins (, Guilford), a landmark volume in the personality assessment first half of Wiggins () described five major paradigms: psychodynamic (as exemplified by the Rorschach and TAT), narrative (interview data), interpersonal (circumplex instruments), multivariate (five-factor instruments), and Author: Christopher J.

Hopwood, Mark H. Waugh. Paradigms of Personality Assessment, by Jerry S. Wig-gins. New York, Guilford Publications,pp., $ Jerry Wiggins’ seminal text Personality and Prediction was published in (1). Since that time, there have been few graduate students in clinical psychology who have not had.

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Paradigms in Personality Assessment: a Taxonomy of Converging Assumptions Article (PDF Available) April with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'. JERRY S. WIGGINS Paradigms of Personality Assessment New York: Guilford Press,pages (ISBN X, US$ Hardcover) I must begin with some full disclosure: If this book was an equity stock then I would own shares in the company.

Paradigms provide us with a subtle vision, an intuitive edge, in our area of expertise or in the range of convenience of our paradigms. As George Kelly says in his book A Theory of Personality (): “A construct may be maximally useful for handling certain matters.

The range of these matters is called its focus of convenience.”. The DSM-5 Alternative Model for Personality Disorders reviews and advances this innovative and increasingly popular scheme for diagnosing and evaluating personality disorders. The authors identify the multiple clinical, theoretical, and research paradigms that co-exist in the Alternative Model for Personality Disorders (AMPD) and show how the model can aid the practicing mental health Cited by: 6.We never stop evolving.

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Our people-centered approach is holistic, grounded in science and outcome-focused.From distinguished scholar and teacher Jerry S. Wiggins, this book is a uniquely integrative introduction to adult personality assessment that will engage graduate and undergraduate students alike.

Part I thoroughly reviews five major assessment paradigms--psychodynamic, interpersonal, personological, multivariate, and empirical. In Part II, leading representatives of each paradigm are invited.