Webinars

The following live English webinars are in Eastern Time (EDT/EST).

View additional on-demand recorded webinars.

 

Please Note: some webinars may originate from the U.S. If interested in something that you hear, please reach out to an Assessment and Technology Consultant in your region.

Upcoming Webinars

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    Presenter: Susan Raiford, PhD

    Concerns about cognitive test bias and fairness emerged in the 1960s during a time of great cultural shift and change. A history of intelligence test use and related litigation involving California school psychology practice, as well as specific examples of analyses and practices, are used to illustrate and demonstrate how test development techniques evolved and psychological assessment practice responded to concerns about bias and fairness.

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    Presenter: Robert P Archer, PhD ABPP

    This webinar will provide attendees with further information on the MMPI-A-RF development and evidence-based interpretation, and give practitioners additional details on how to interpret MMPI-A-RF results in various settings.  

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    Presenter: Martin Sellbom, Ph.D.

    This advanced forensic webinar is intended for practitioners who wish to know more about the benefits of using the MMPI-3 in forensic settings. Join Dr. Martin Sellbom of the University of Otago (New Zealand) as he discusses some general considerations for using the test in forensic psychology practice and offers illustrative case comparisons that demonstrate how using the MMPI-3 can enhance clinical effectiveness and efficiency.

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    Presenters: Patricia Ybarra and Nancy Castilleja

    The presenters will discuss interpreting Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals, Preschool-3 results in the context of a comprehensive language assessment. Topics will include evaluating test scores as one part of the body of evidence for diagnostic decisions, interpreting score differences, and using assessment results to make recommendations for next steps for the child, family, and teacher.

     

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