Assessment I - Assessment"Every man is in certain respects...

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Assessment “Every man is in certain respects like all other  men, like some other men, and like no  other men.”    (Kluckhohn, Murray, & Schneider, 1953)
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Components of the Psychology of  Personality and Personality Assessment Universal characteristics Group-related characteristics Unique characteristics
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Tripartite Model of Mental Health  Hadley, 1977) Perspectives: 1. Society 2. Individual client 3. Mental health professional
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Tripartite View of Mental Health  B=adaptive behavior (society); W=sense of well-being (individual);  S=personality structure (professional) Category 1 :  B+ W+ S+  Mental Health Status:  Well-functioning, adjusted  individual, optimal “mental health” Category 2 :  B+ W- S+ Basically “healthy” person; troubled by dysphoric mood,  perhaps due to minor trauma affecting self-esteem,  temporary reverses, discouragement, loss, grief  reaction.
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course PSYCH 540 taught by Professor Paulsen during the Spring '07 term at Ohio State.

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Assessment I - Assessment"Every man is in certain respects...

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