What are the six major processes that make up psychological assessment?

The six processes that make up psychological assessment are:

  1. Conducting a clinical interview
  2. Choosing a battery of tests
  3. Administering, scoring, and interpreting tests
  4. Integrating and conceptualizing information gathered from test results, the clinical interview, behavioural observations, and other sources
  5. Writing a psychological assessment report
  6. Providing feedback to the individual assessed and/or the referral source
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