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Best Practices in Tele-Assessment with Performance-Based Cognitive and Neuropsychological Tests
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8/28/2020
When: Friday, August 28, 2020
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Where: Zoom Meeting
United States
Contact: NYSPA Central Office
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Best Practices in Tele-Assessment with Performance-Based Cognitive and Neuropsychological Tests: Evidence, Test Selection, and Ethical Data Interpretation

Presented by the Neuropsychology Division

Friday, August 28, 2020

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Zoom Meeting
Zoom details to be emailed out to registrants in confirmation email and the morning of the event.

 

This event will be recorded. The recording will be sent out to all registrants after the event. 

 

Speakers
Susan Engi Raiford, PhD
A. Jordan Wright, PhD, ABAP

 

This session reviews the relevant evidence supporting performance-based cognitive testing in tele-assessment. The ages, populations, and tasks that have been investigated in tele-assessment and face-to-face mode equivalence studies are reviewed. A system used to analyze task demands and apply the available evidence to interpretation of other tests is discussed.

Best practices and ethics in performance-based cognitive and neuropsychological test selection and data interpretation are discussed. Special emphasis is placed on methods used to judge the quality of data and to gain confidence in results.

 

Registration Fees:

Neuropsychology Division Members - Free 

NYSPA Members - $10

Non-NYSPA Members - $20

 

About the Speakers:

Susan Engi Raiford, PhD

Susan Engi Raiford is a senior research director at Pearson clinical assessment. She has been a primary developer of the Wechsler Intelligence scales since 2004. She led development of the WAIS-IV, WPPSI-IV, WISC-V, WISC-V Integrated, and presently leads the WAIS-5. She has published four books on the Wechsler scales and currently maintains a part time psychological assessment practice. Prior to becoming a psychological test developer, she provided clinical services to all ages in inpatient, outpatient, school, and residential settings in both the private and public sectors.

A. Jordan Wright, PhD, ABAP

A. Jordan Wright, PhD, ABAP is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Center for Counseling and Community Wellbeing at New York University, where he coordinates and oversees the assessment curriculum for doctoral training. He is the author of Conducting Psychological Assessment: A Guide for Practitioners (2010; second edition coming out this year); co-author of the sixth edition of the Handbook of Psychological Assessment (2016, with Gary Groth-Marnat), and editor of Essentials of Psychological Assessment Supervision (2019). He was the lead developer of APA's guidance on tele-assessment, SPA's guidance on tele-assessment of personality and psychopathology, and the upcoming Essentials of Psychological Tele-Assessment, with Dr. Susie Raiford.