"In sum, this book continues to set the standard in the field and is strongly recommended as a basic reference guide for those clinicians who routinely do psychological testing." (Psychotherapy Review, 11/6/2006)
"This Handbook is absolutely at the top of the “to read” list, or should be, for serious scholars of psychological measurement methods. Already known for its attention to detail and it’s depth, this edition of the Handbook has been given greater breadth through the addition of several great features: 1) The literature has been critically updated, 2) sections for working with special populations have been added, and 3) its content is tuned to important changes in the field. In all this, it has retained Groth-Marnat’s great clarity and devotion to being accurate and useful."
–Larry E. Beutler, PhD, ABPP; Stanford University School of Medicine
Book came late and front cover was slightly damaged, it was brand new. On the other hand I saved $70 for not purchasing it from my uni book store.Published 12 days ago by Natalie
I bought this book to replace the previous edition. It is a solid and concise reference book that I keep handy in my office book case.Published 8 months ago by Customer 2110
Great, initially until I began to use it regularly and some leaves have begun to fall out!!! I want to have this in my library even when I am practicing. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JOANNE
Great information for beginning clinicians about specific testing! Gives historical background as well as current trends in order to compile a complete profile of assessments.Published 11 months ago by Paula Young
This book was required for my Projective Assessment Methods class. It was very helpful and informative. I am sure I will use it again for other assessment classes.Published 13 months ago by Sonjia Williams