PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT



JULY 18 - MONDAY

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S8         SY ASS 2          PA ASS      KA ASS 1    KA ASS 3        KA ASS 2        SY ASS 1
S9         SY ASS 3          SY ASS 4                SY ASS 5                        SY ASS 6
S10        SY ASS 7          SY ASS 8                                                
AU-B                                     PS ASS                      SY ASS 10
CI         SY ASS 11         SY ASS 12               SY ASS 9                        TS ASS 4
D-2        TS ASS 2          TS ASS 3                TS ASS 5                        TS ASS 7

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JULY 19 - TUESDAY
                                         
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30
           
S8         SY ASS 13         KA ASS 4                SY ASS 15                       SY ASS 14
S9         SY ASS 16         TS ASS 1                SY ASS 18                       SY ASS 19
S10        SY ASS 20         SY ASS 21               SY ASS 22                       SY ASS 23
D-2        TS ASS 6          TS ASS 8                TS ASS 9                        TS ASS 10

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Area       PO ASS (SESSION 3)                        PO ASS (SESSION 4)


PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ASS 2 Room: S8 TESTING FOR STRESS AND HAPPINESS: THE ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): John BREBNER; The University of Adelaide, Australia SY ASS (2) 1 ASSESSING HAPPINESS: THE PERSONAL STATE QUESTIONNAIRE & ITS RELATIONSHIPS WITH PERSONALITY FACTORS John BREBNER ; University of Adelaide, Australia SY ASS (2) 2 THE MULTIDIMENSIONALITY OF STATE AND TRAIT ANXIETY Norman ENDLER ; York University, Ontario, Canada SY ASS (2) 3 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN APPRAISING & RESPONDING TO STRESSORS DO NOT FACILITATE THE ASSESSMENT OF STRESS Jan STRELAU ; University of Warsaw, Poland SY ASS (2) 4 TYPE-A BEHAVIOR, ANGER-HOSTILITY, AND HEART DISEASE C.D. SPIELBERGER ; University of South Florida, USA SY ASS (2) 5 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THE BEHAVIORAL INHIBITION SYSTEM AND STRESS Rafael TORRUBIA ; Univ. Autonoma Barcelona, Spain & C. AVILA & J. MOLTO, Univ. Jaume I, Castello, SpainSY ASS 3 Room: S9 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MATRIX PARADIGM Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): John H. COURT; The Psychological Center, USA SY ASS (3) 1 RAVEN'S MATRICES AND AUDITORY INFORMATION PROCESSING Ian DEARY ; University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK SY ASS (3) 2 TESTING EDUCATIVE REASONING ABILITIES WITH ABSTRACT OR PICTORICAL MATERIAL L.B.L. VODEGEL & A.C.M. DUDINK & M.W. VAN DER MOLEN; University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands SY ASS (3) 3 LINKING PSYCHOMETRIC AND COGNITIVE-DEVELOPMENTAL VARIABLES: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITAIVE ASPECTS OF INTELLECTUAL FUNCTIONING Irene STYLES & Irene STYLES; Murdoch University, Western Australia SY ASS (3) 4 RECENT RESEARCH WITH THE RAVEN PROGRESSIVE MATRICES John RAVEN ; Consultant, Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K. SY ASS (3) 5 TURKISH STANDARIZATION OF THE RAVEN'S SPM Nail SAHIN & Ekrem DÜZEN; Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey SY ASS (3) 6 RAVEN'S SPM IN THE SCREENING OF CANDIDATES FOR GIFTED EDUCATION Nail SAHIN ; Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey SY ASS (3) 7 THE DIETARY FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR ETHNIC DIFFERENCES ON THE RPM Heng Keng CHIAM ; University of Malaya, Malaysia SY ASS (3) 8 THE DECLINE IN SCORES IN OLD AGE Carolien SMITS ; Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands SY ASS 7 Room: S10 CAREER DEVELOPMENT: RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): José FERREIRA MARQUES; University of Lisbon, Portugal SY ASS (7) 1 CRITICAL CONSTRUCTS IN RESEARCH ON CAREER DEVELOPMENT Mark L. SAVICKAS Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, USA SY ASS (7) 2 THE ROLE OF COMPROMISE IN CAREER DECISIONS Itamar GATI The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel SY ASS (7) 3 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CAREER MATURITY AND FAMILY FUNCTIONING: A SOUTH AFRICAN PROFILE Ronelle LANGLEY University of Pretoria, South Africa SY ASS (7) 4 USE OF THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT INVENTORY - AUSTRALIA IN THE EVALUATION OF CAREER EDUCATION PROGRAMS Jan LOKAN Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne, Australia SY ASS (7) 5 CURRICULUM CHANGES IN HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRANSITION TO THE WORLD OF WORK Carmen ONATE GOMEZ Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain SY ASS (7) 6 CAREER STAGE CONCERNS OF ADULTS: MEASURES OF CAREER ADAPTABILITY AND THEIR PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS José FERREIRA-MARQUES University of Lisbon, Portugal Discussant: William C. BRINGHAM, Rutgers University, USA SY ASS 11 Room: CI DIAGNOSTIC PROCESS: COMPONENTS AND METHODS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Antonio GODOY; Universidad de Malaga, Spain & John VAN DEN BERCKEN; The Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information Technology, The Netherlands SY ASS (11) 1 CLINICAL DISCOVERY IS LIKE PEELING THE LAYERS OF AN ONION: SOMETIMES IT REALLY MAKES YOU CRY Ian M. EVANS & Marguerite PEDLEY, State University of New York at at Binghamton, USA SY ASS (11) 2 DECISION MODELS AND THE PROFESSION: HOW TO PROCEED IN DIAGNOSTIC DECISION MAKING E. DE BRUYN The Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information Technology, The Netherlands SY ASS (11) 3 DIAGNOSTIC DECISION MAKING IN ELEMENTARY READING PROBLEMS: DESCRIPTIVE AND PRESCRIPTIVE RESEARCH E. VAN AARLE & J. VAN DEN BERCKEN, The Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information Technology, The Netherlands SY ASS (11) 4 THE DIAGNOSTIC PROCESS IN PSYCHOLOGY AS A KNOWLEDGE BASED TASK: AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH P. ADARRAGA & J.L. ZACCAGNINI & J.L. TABOADA; IIC (Institute of Knowledge Engineering, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain TS ASS (2) Room: D-2 DEVELOPMENTS IN ASSESSMENT (II) (Language Spanish) TS ASS (2) 1 ASSESSING ANXIETY DISORDERS: THE THREE RESPONSE SYSTEMS AND SITUATIONAL AREAS F. Javier ESPADA & Pedro TORRES & Antonio CANO & Elena F.L. OCHOA; CENTRO CLINICO ALBERTO BOSCH, SPAIN TS ASS (2) 2 RELACION ENTRE EL NIVEL DE DESARROLLO MORAL Y EL NIVEL GENERAL DE INTELIGENCIA OBTENIDO CON EL TEST D-70: ANALISIS DE UNA MUESTRA DE ADULTOS (25-40 AÑOS) Esteban PEREZ-DELGADO & Francesc SIRERA GARRIGOS; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS ASS (2) 3 ESTUDIO LONGITUDINAL DE LA ESTABILIDAD DE UN ESTILO INTERACTIVO José OLIVARES RODRIGUEZ & Francisco Xavier MENDEZ CARRILLO & Diego MACIA ANTON & María LOZANO BARRANCOS; UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA, SPAIN TS ASS (2) 4 ADCA-1: UNA ESCALA DE EVALUACION DE LA ASERTIVIDAD Angela MAGAZ LAGO & E.M. GARCIA-PEREZ; ALBOR, Equipo Consultor de Psicología, SPAINPOSTER SESSION 1 PO ASS 3 COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE, MEASURED BY DIFFERENT MENTAL SPEED TASKS: CONVERGENT VALIDATION OF A TEST-BATERY Valentin BUCIK ; UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA PO ASS 4 DIMENSIONALITY OF THE TYPE A BEHAVIOR PATTERN: THE BORTNER SCALE CASE Valentin BUCIK & Klas M. BRENK & Blaz VODOPIVEC; UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA PO ASS 5 SELF-AND PEER-ESTIMATION OF EMOTIONAL PROFILE: THE STABILITY OF EIGHT EPI DIMENSIONS Valentin BUCIK & Klas M. BRENK & Blaz VODOPIVEC; UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA PO ASS 6 VALIDATING A SWEDISH VERSION OF THE BECK DEPRESSION INVENTORY FOR NON-CLINICAL ADOLESCENTS: A CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYTIC STUDY Barbara M. BYRNE & Pierre BARON (Canada) & Bo LARSSON & Lennart MELIN; UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, CANADA PO ASS 8 HOW TO DETERMINE THE ADECUACY OF A SET OF TEST FOR A SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT SITUATION? DECISION-MAKING STRATEGIES R. ESTEVE & GODOY, A. & RAMIREZ, C. & RODRIGUEZ-NARANJO, C.; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN PO ASS 12 CLINICAL REASONING: VERIFICATION vs FALSIFICATION A. GODOY & ESTEVE, R. & FRIAS, A. & RODRIGUEZ-NARANJO, C.; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN PO ASS 14 MMPI-2 AND FRENCH PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS: FIRST APPLICATION OF THE MINNESOTA REPORT Julien Daniel GUELFI & A. BRUN & C. MONIER & F. SEUNEVEL & L. SVARNA; CLINIQUE DES MALADIES MENTALES ET DE L'ENCEPHALE, FRANCE PO ASS 15 FACTOR STRUCTURE OF TIME-SHARING PERFORMANCE AT A HIGHER LEVEL OF PRACTICE Zeljko JERNEIC & B. SVERKO & D. MASLIC-SERSIC; UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB, CROATIA PO ASS 24 PERSONALITY TRAITS: THE COGNITIVE APPROACH Shulamith KREITLER & Hans KREITLER; TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL PO ASS 25 MEASURING MANAGEMENT STYLE - RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT WITH THREE QUESTIONNAIRES BY ARTHUR SWENEY (II) Ken M. MILLER & Barbara TYLER; MILLER & TYLER LIMITED, UNITED KINGDOM PO ASS 25 MEASURING MANAGEMENT STYLE - RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT WITH THREE QUESTIONNAIRES BY ARTHUR SWENEY (I) Ken M. MILLER & Barbara TYLER; MILLER & TYLER LIMITED, UNITED KINGDOM PO ASS 27 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESPONSE LATENCIES AND PSYCOMETRIC INTELLIGENCE Rui BARTOLO RIBEIRO & Sónia Alexamdra SILVA; INSTITUTO SUPERIOR DE PSICOLOGIA APLICADA,PORTUGAL PO ASS 29 THE VALIDITY OF VALIDATION: CORRECTING EFFECT SIZES FOR ARTIFACTS BY REGRESSION IN META-ANALYSIS Thomas BLIESENER ; UNIVERSITY OF ERLANGEN-NUREMBERG, GERMANY PO ASS 30 THE SOCIAL READJUSTMENT RATING SCALE AS A STRESSOR TASK FOR USE IN THE LABORATORY: A BRIEF STUDY WITH A SPANISH SAMPLE Vicente E. CABALLO & Susana ALVAREZ-CASTRO; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO ASS 31 THE CULTURALLY ADAPTED SPANISH LANGUAGE VERRSION OF THE HALSTEAD-REITAN NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST BATTERY E. DeROSA & K. ACEDO & S. ALZORRIZ & L. ARRUBARRENA & B. MORENO & A. PINTO & A. PONCE; CROWNSVILLE HOSPITAL CENTER, USA PO ASS 32 VALIDITY STUDIES OF THE ANKARA DEVELOPMENTALK SCREENING INVENTORY Nese EROL & Izik SAVASIR & Isik SAVASIR; ANKARA UNIVERSITY, TURKEY18, at 14:30 PO ASS 33 THE VIOLENCE TOWARDS CHILDREN JUSTIFICATION SCALE: A CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS Andrée FORTIN & Bernard TETREAU; UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL, CANADA 18, at 14:30 PO ASS 34 PRECISO: A SOCIAL COMPETENCE TRAINING PROGRAM FOR YOUNG AND ADOLESCENTS E. Manuel GARCIA PEREZ & Angela MAGAZ LAGO; ALBOR, SPAIN18, at 14:30 PO ASS 35 EVOLUTIONARY ANALYSIS OF THE WPPSI'S FACTOR STRUCTURE Ignacio IBAÑEZ ; UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PA ASS Room: S8 STRESS, EMOTION AND HEALTH Charles D. SPIELBERGER; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, USA SY ASS 4 Room: S9 PERSONNEL SELECTION AND TRAINING IN MULTI-CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Pieter DRENTH; & Nico BLEICHRODT; VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT, Amsterdam, The Netherlands SY ASS (4) 1 Peter J.D. DRENTH Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands SY ASS (4) 2 Nico BLEICHRODT & VAN DEN BERG; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands SY ASS (4) 3 Wang Zhong MING Hangzhou University, P.R.C. SY ASS (4) 4 Michael O. DUROJAYJE University of the West Indies, Trinindad, Port of Spain Discussant(s): Adolfo HERNANDEZ GORDILLO, Nat. Institute of Employment, Madrid, Spain SY ASS 8 Room: S10 ISSUES IN MULTI-NATIONAL MANAGERIAL ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION Convener: Mary L. TENOPYR; AT & T, USA Chairperson(s): Edwin A. FLEISHMAN, USA SY ASS (8) 1 THE GLOBAL EFFECTS OF AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT LAW Mary L. TENOPYR AT&T, USA SY ASS (8) 2 CROSS CULTURAL ASSESSMENT: EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ASSESSMENT ACROSS A MULTINATIONAL ORGANIZATION Valentine ARNOLD Personnel Decisions, Inc., USA SY ASS (8) 3 HOW TO COPE WITH DIFFERENT CULTURES Jeroen J.J.L. SEEGERS Assessment & Development Consult, Arnhem, The Netherlands SY ASS (8) 4 CROSS-CULTURAL ISSUES IN THE MANAGERIAL ASSESSMENT PROCESSES OF A MULTI-NATIONAL ORGANIZATION Candice K. ALBERTSSON British Petroleum, United Kingdom SY ASS 12 Room: CI TYPE A BEHAVIOR, ANGER/HOSTILITY AND HEALTH Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Juhani JULKUNEN; Rehabilitation Foundation, Helsinki, Finland & Esther GREENGLASS, York University, Canada SY ASS (12) 1 ANGER, ANGER EXPRESSION AND HEALTH; SOME FURTHER RESULTS Peter SCHWENKMEZGER & Petra HANK; University of Trier, Germany SY ASS (12) 2 INTERACTION BETWEEN HOSTILITY AND EXHAUSTION ON RISK FOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION Ad APPELS University of Limburg, The Netherlands SY ASS (12) 3 SUPPRESSING YOUR ANGER: GOOD-MANAGERS-BAD HEALTH? Juhani JULKUNEN Rehabilitation Foundation, Helsinki, Finland SY ASS (12) 4 FACTORS RELATED TO TRAIT ANGER: IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTHY FUNCTIONING Esther GREENGLASS York University, Canada SY ASS (12) 5 TYPE-A BEHAVIOR, ANGER/HOSTILITY AND HEART DISEASE Charles SPIELBERGER University of South Florida, USATS ASS (3) Room: D-2 METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT TS ASS (3) 1 EVALUATING RATER ACCURACY IN PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTS WITH A MANY-FACETED RASCH MODEL George ENGELHARD ; EMORY UNIVERSITY, USA TS ASS (3) 2 THE DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS FOR THE USE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS: THE COMPETENCE APPROACH Dave BARTRAM ; UNIVERSITY OF HULL, UNITED KINGDOM TS ASS (3) 3 A COMPUTING TOOL FOR ITEM BANKING Pedro VALERO MORA & J.G. MOLINA IBAÑEZ & J. SANMARTIN ARCE & T. MARTINEZ JIMENEZ, UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS ASS (3) 4 THE QUANTITATIVE VS. QUALITATIVE RESEARCH DEBATE Esther DIAMOND ; EDUCATIONAL & PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTING, U.S.A. TS ASS (3) 5 A COMPARISON OF RASH MODEL AND JUDGMENTAL APPROACH AS TWO ITEM SELECTION METHODS FOR CRITERION REFERENCED TESTING Berna GÜCÜM ; HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY, TURKEY TS ASS (3) 6 ORDINAL TEST THEORY John A. KEATS ; THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIAMONDAY 18 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA ASS 1 Room: S8 TYPE T PERSONALITY Frank FARLEY; UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, USA PS ASS Room: AU B THE NATURE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING AND ASSESSMENT IN THE FUTURE Chairperson(s): Joseph MATARAZZO; OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, USA Participants: Rocío FERNANDEZ-BALLESTEROS, Spain Peter MERENDA, USA Hans J. EYSENCK, UK Heinz SCHULER, Germany Peter F. MERENDA (USA) Heinz SCHULER (Germany) +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 14:30 +----------------------------------+ KA ASS 3 Room: S8 AMBULATORY PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT Kurt PAWLIK; University of Hamburg, Germany SY ASS 5 Room: S9 IMPROPER TEST USE: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Convener: Lorraine D. EYDE; U.S. Office of Personnel Management Office of Personnel Research and Development, USA Chairperson: Aurora MURGA, MEPSA, Spain SY ASS (5) 1 CONSEQUENCES OF TEST USE: A NEED TO ESTABLISH CRITERIA Wayne J. CAMARA American Psychological Association, Washington, USA SY ASS (5) 2 IMPROPER USE OF TESTS IN SWEEDEN Bertil E. MARDBERG National Defense Research Establishment (FOA), Sweeden SY ASS (5) 3 ILLUSTRATIVE CASE STUDIES OF TEST MISUSE Lorraine EYDE U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Washington, USA SY ASS (5) 4 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CASEBOOK TO REDUCE TEST MISUSE IN THE UNITED STATES Gary J. ROBERTSON American Guidance Service, Inc., Minnesota, USA SY ASS (5) 5 MISUSE OF TESTS IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY: CASE STUDIES FROM AUSTRALIA Josephine C. JENKINSON Deakin University, Burwood, Australia SY ASS (5) 6 USER PROBLEMS IN COMPUTER-ASSISTED TEST ADMINISTRATION, SCORING AND INTERPRETATION Douglas N. JACKSON The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada Discussant(s): Charles D. SPIELBERGER, University of South Florida, USA SY ASS 9 Room: CI PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL JUDGMENTS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Ana GARRIGA-TRILLO; UNED, Spain SY ASS (9) 1 PSYCHOPHYSICAL JUDGEMENTS OF SIZE AND INTELLECTUAL ABILITY Gunnar BORG & Elisabet Borg, Stockhölm University, Sweeden SY ASS (9) 2 THE FIVE-FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL JUDGEMENTS: RESULTS FROM USA John C. BAIRD Dartmouth College, USA SY ASS (9) 3 THE FIVE-FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL JUDGEMENTS: RESULTS FROM SPAIN I Ana GARRIGA-TRILLO Facultad de Psicología UNED, Spain SY ASS (9) 4 THE FIVE-FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL JUDGEMENTS: RESULTS FROM SPAIN II Pedro R. MIÑON Facultad de Psicología UNED, SpainTS ASS (5) Room: D-2 ASSESSMENT IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS TS ASS (5) 1 CONVERGENT VALIDITY OF THE SCHOOL FEAR SURVEY SCHEDULE (SFSS) F. Xavier MENDEZ CARRILLO ; UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA, SPAIN TS ASS (5) 2 THE CHILD ABUSE POTENTIAL INVENTORY: THE APPLICATION IN CROATIA Nina PECNICK & Marina AJDUKOVIC; UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB, CROATIA TS ASS (5) 3 COGNITIVE AND INTELLECTUAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER Donald H. SAKLOFSKE & V.L. SCHWEAN; UNIVERSITY OF SAGKATCHEWAN, CANADA TS ASS (5) 4 THE CHILD AS A KEY INFORMANT IN FAMILY AND PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT: EXTERNAL EVALUATION VERSUS SELF-EXPRESSION IN CHILD PSYCHODIAGNOSIS Smadar CELESTIN-WESTREICH & I. PONJAERT-KRISTOFFERSEN; VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, BELGIUM TS ASS (5) 5 THE EFFECT OF DSM-III-R AND CBCL ON CLINICAL HYPOTHESIS GENERATION Marjolijn VERMANDE ; NIJMEGEN INSTITUTE FOR COGNITION AND INFORMATION (NICI), THE NETHERLANDS TS ASS (5) 6 MEASURING SELF ESTEEM OF YOUNG CHILDREN: AN INVESTIGATION Fred R. PERRY ; THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA TS ASS (5) 7 ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING POTENTIAL IN STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS M. Luisa SANZ DE ACEDO & M. Reyes FIZ POVEDA & M. Dolores IRIARTE, UNIVERSIDAD PUBLICA DE NAVARRA, SPAINPOSTER SESSION 2 PO ASS 36 CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS OF THE WPPSI Ignacio IBAÑEZ ; UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN PO ASS 40 WISC'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY INVESTIGATION (SYNDROME ANALYSIS) Olinda Teruko KAJIHARA & Adail Victorino CASTILHO; UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE MARINGA, BRASIL PO ASS 42 APPLICATION DE L'ANALYSE D'ITEMS ET DU MODÕLE DE RASCH AU CHOIX D'ITEMS DE L'ÉCHELLE D'INTELLIGENCE DE WECHSLER POUR LA PÉRIODE PRÉ-SCOLAIRE ET PRIMAIRE - RÉVISÉE (WPPSI-R) Martine KIAT ; Clinique des Maladies Mentales et de l'Encéphale, FRANCE PO ASS 44 ITALIAN VALIDATION OF THE WAIS-R VERBAL SUBTEST Caterina LAICARDI & Laura PICONE; UNIVERSITY OF ROME, ITALY PO ASS 45 ASSESSMENT OF COUNSELLORS: DEVELOPMENT OF A LISTENING SKILLS SCALE Marie LAWSON & Cecelia WINKELMAN; AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA PO ASS 46 EFFECTS OF STIMULATION REGULATION AND EVENT RATE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF HYPERACTIVE AND NORMAL CHILDREN IN THE CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE TEST Jin-Pang LEUNG & Patrick W.L. LEUNG & Catherine S.K. TANG; THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG PO ASS 47 RORCHACH TEST: RELIABILITY OF INDEXES LEADING TO DIAGNOSIS OF OBSESIVE NEUROSIS M. Dolores LOPEZ-PEREZ & A. SCHACK & F. ORTUÑO; CENTRO AGORA, SPAIN PO ASS 49 ASSERTIVENESS IN TWO SAMPLES OF WOMEN Angela MAGAZ LAGO & E. M. GARCIA PEREZ; ALBOR, SPAIN PO ASS 52 LE K-ABC DOIT-IL REMPLACER LE WISC-R DANS LA PRATIQUE CLINIQUE? Claire MELJAC & Gilles LEMMEL & Isabelle GILLET; Clinique des Maladies Mentales et de l'Encéphale, FRANCE PO ASS 53 ETUDE DE LA VALIDITÉ INTERNE D'UNE RÉVISION DE L'ADAPTATION FRANÇAISE DU QUESTIONNAIRE MBTI Jean Luc MOGENET & Pierre CAUVIN; UNIVERSITE PARIS X - NANTERRE, FRANCE PO ASS 54 SYSTÉME D5D D'AIDE ¸ L'ÉVALUATION DES PERSONNES Jean Luc MOGENET & Jean-Pierre ROLLAND; UNIVERSITE PARIS X - NANTERRE, FRANCE PO ASS 55 SOCIAL VARIABLES AND LIFE EVENTS IN THE ADOLESCENCE Carmen MORENO & V. DEL BARRIO & V. MESTRE, UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACION A DISTANCIA, SPAINMONDAY 18 16:00 +----------------------------------+ KA ASS 2 Room: S8 ITEM RESPONSE THEORY: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS Ronald K. HAMBLETON; UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, USA +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ASS 1 Room: S8 COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Bernhard BIERSCHENK; Lund University, Sweden SY ASS (1) 1 THE NATURE, DEVELOPMENT, AND ASSESSMENT OF COMPETENCE J. RAVEN ; Consultant, Edinburgh, Scotland SY ASS (1) 2 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SELF-IDENTITY IN THE SYNTHETIC DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETENCE Ole ELSTRUP-RASMUSSEN ; University of Copenhagen, Denmark SY ASS (1) 3 SHAPING EXPERIENCE. A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF LEARNING W. ECHTERHOFF ; Bergischen Universität, Gesamthochschule Wuppertal, Germany SY ASS (1) 4 THE LANGUAGE SPACE AS INDICATOR OF COMPETENCE POTENTIAL Inger BIERSCHENK ; Lund University, Sweden SY ASS (1) 5 THE RELATIONAL STRUCTURE OF CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE N. CARAMELLI & A. BORGHI, University of Bologna, Italy & G. TURRINI & E. LANZETTA, University of Pisa, Italy SY ASS (1) 6 ON THE MORAL DIMENSION OF MANAGEMENT Conrad OTTESEN ; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark SY ASS (1) 7 PARENTAL COMPETENCE AND CHILD IMPAIRMENT Magnus LARSSON , Lund University, Sweden SY ASS (1) 8 THE EXPRESSION OF COMPETENCE THROUGH A FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF QUALITATIVE STABILITY IN TEXT BUILDING BEHAVIOR Bernhard BIERSCHENK ; Lund University, Sweden SY ASS 6 Room: S9 CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT IN EUROPE Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Rocío FERNANDEZ-BALLESTEROS; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain SY ASS (6) 1 BIG FIVE BASED ASSESSMENT IN DIFFERENT EUROPEN COUNTRIES Boele DE RAAD University of Groningen, The Netherlands SY ASS (6) 2 OBSERVATIONAL PROCEDURES IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Mª Teresa ANGUERA University of Barcelona, Spain SY ASS (6) 3 SOCIAL INTERACTION ASSESSMENT IN EUROPE Hans WESTMEYER Free University of Berlin, Germany SY ASS (6) 4 ASSESSING PERSONS-IN-SITUATIONS: AN ALTERNATIVE TO GENERALIZABILITY THEORY FOR OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES Rolf STEYER University of Trier, GermanySY ASS 10 Room: Auditorium B MEASURING THE EXPERIENCE, EXPRESSION AND CONTROL OF ANGER Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Kjell HASETH; University of Oslo, Norway & Angela BIAGGIO, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil SY ASS (10) 1 FACTOR STRUCTURE OF THE NORWEGIAN ADAPTATION OF SPIELBERGER'S STATE-TRAIT ANGER EXPRESSION SCALE (STAXI) Kjell HASETH University of Oslo, Norway SY ASS (10) 2 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN ANGER ASSESSMENT Anna Laura COMUNIAN University of Padua, Italy SY ASS (10) 3 MEASURING ANGER IN AUSTRIAN AND AMERICAN STUDENTS DURING EXAMINATION SITUATIONS Norbert K. TANZER University of Graz, Austria SY ASS (10) 4 STUDIES OF THE EXPERIENCE, EXPRESSION AND CONTROL OF ANGER IN BRAZIL Angela BIAGGIO Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil SY ASS (10) 5 EXPERIENCE AND EXPRESSION OF ANGER IN A NON-WESTERN SOCIETY: THE CASE OF SINGAPORE Catherine SIM Tilburg University, The Netherlands SY ASS (10) 6 SPANISH ADAPTATION OF DEFENSIVENESS SCALES Rocio FERNANDEZ-BALLESTEROS & M.D. ZAMARRON; Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain & M.A. RUIZ, UNED, Spain & J. SEBASTIAN; Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain Discussant(s): Charles D. SPIELBERGER, University of South Florida, USATS ASS (4) Room: CI COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT: GENERAL ISSUES TS ASS (4) 1 THE STANDARDIZATION OF READING COMPREHENSION TEST Emanuela SAITA & B. BERTANI & L. GIOSSI; UNIVERSITA CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE, ITALY TS ASS (4) 2 ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING POTENTIAL AND REFLECTIVITY-IMPULSIVITY DIMENSION David TZURIEL ; BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL TS ASS (4) 3 THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ANALOGICAL REASONING TEST ACCORDING TO A THEORY OF ITEM DIFFICULTY Jaap A. LAROS & Peter J. TELLEGEN; PSYCHOLOGISCH INSTITUNT HEYMANS, THE NETHERLANDS TS ASS (4) 4 THE USES OF ITEM RESPONSE TIMES FROM COMPUTERISED ABILITY TEST ADMINISTRATIONS Don MUNRO ; THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA TS ASS (4) 5 COGNITIVE ABILITIES AND TIME-SHARING PERFORMANCE Darja MASLIC-SERSIC & Z. JERNEIC & B. SVERKO; UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB, CROATIA TS ASS (4) 6 THE LEARNING POTENTIAL ASSESSMENT: THE IMPROVEMENT ON FLUID INTELLIGENCE ABILITIES IN OLDER ADULTS Andrés I. URRUTIA ARGENTINA TS ASS (4) 7 ISSUES IN THE USE OF DEVELOPMENTAL MEASURES FOR PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN ASSESSMENT Elsa H. HOLTZMAN USA TS ASS (7) Room: D-2 JOB-RELATED AND ORGANIZATIONAL ASSESSMENT TS ASS (7) 1 PREDICTIVE CAPACITY OF THE INSTRUMENTS IN A SELECTION FOR MATRICULATION: THE FACULTY OF BANKING, FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE SCIENCIES. Barbara BERTANI & Lucia GIOSSI & Diego ZAPPA; UNIVERSITA CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE, MILANO, ITALIA TS ASS (7) 2 A COMPARISON OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS IN FINANCIAL DEALERS ON WALL STREET AND IN THE CITY OF LONDON Howard KAHN ; HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM TS ASS (7) 3 PERSON-JOB MATCHING: A DIFFERENTIAL CLASSIFICATION APPROACH Maryann STATMAN & Dora SCHOLARIOS; UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE, SCOTLAND TS ASS (7) 4 THE VALIDITY OF HOLLAND'S CAREER CHOICE THEORY IN SOUTH AFRICA H.S. VAN DER WALT ; Sciences Research Council, SOUTH AFRICA TS ASS (7) 5 ASSESSMENT CENTRES AS AN AID TO MAJOR ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE John TOPLIS ; THE POST OFFICE, U.K. TS ASS (7) 6 A VARIANCE ANALYSIS APPROACH TO JOB EVALUATION Erping WANG Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ASS 13 Room: S8 THEORY GENERATED ADVANCEMENTS IN BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Elaine HEIBY; University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA SY ASS (13) 1 CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCT VALIDATION: THE CASE OF THE DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR DISORDERS G. Leonard BURNS Washington State University, UK SY ASS (13) 2 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS AND THE ASSESSMENT OF TREATMENT OUTCOME IN DEPRESSION Peter H. WILSON The Flinders University of South Australia, Australia SY ASS (13) 3 ASSESSMENT AND EXPLANATION OF BEHAVIOR INTERACTIONS IN TRIADS Hans WESTMEYER & Verona NELL & Free University of Berlin, Germany SY ASS (13) 4 IMPLICATIONS OF CHAOS THEORY FOR TIME-SERIES ASSESSMENT OF DEPRESSION Elaine HEIBY University of Hawaii, USA Discussant(s): Stephen HAYNES, USA SY ASS 16 Room: S9 TOWARD HEALTHFUL WORKLIFE: ASSESSING CRITICAL FACTORS IN ENVIRONMENT AND PERSONALITY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Ann M. O'ROARK; Private Practice, St. Petersburg, USA SY ASS (16) 1 TOWARD HEALTHFUL WORKLIFE: ASSESSING CRITICAL FACTORS IN ENVIRONMENT AND PERSONALITY Ann M. O'ROARK Management and Leadership Development St. Petersburg, USA SY ASS (16) 2 SPANISH ADAPTATION OF THE JOB STRESS SURVEY (JSS). PRELIMINARY WORK M.J. GONZALEZ Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY ASS (16) 3 JOB STRESSORS, COPING AND MENTAL HEALTH M. SEN University of Bombay, INDIA SY ASS (16) 4 WORKING LIFE STRESS, HEALTH AND PERSONALITY STRUCTURE: TWO RUSSIAN LONGITUDES Anna LEONOVA Moscow State University, Russia Discussant(s): Charles D. SPIELBERGER, University of South Florida, USA SY ASS 20 Room: S10 USING TESTS ACROSS CULTURES: THEORETICAL ISSUES AND EMPIRICAL FINDINGS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Norbert K. TANZER; University of Graz, Austria SY ASS (20) 1 ENHANCING THE VALIDITY OF CROSS-CULTURAL TESTING:ISSUES, RESEARCH DESIGNS AND PSYCHOMETRIC METHODS Ronald K. HAMBLETON UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AT AMHERST, USA SY ASS (20) 2 A PARTIAL TEST OF HULIN'S PSYCHOMETRIC THEORY OF MEASUREMENT EQUIVALENCE IN TRANSLATED TESTS Barbara B. ELLIS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO, USA SY ASS (20) 3 ESTABLISHING CROSS-CULTURAL VALIDITY OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL LIKERT-TYPE INVENTORIES Norbert K. TANZER MARSH & SIM SY ASS (20) 4 CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON OF ITEM COMPLEXITY STRUCTURES USING A LINEAR LOGISTIC TEST MODEL (LLTM) Georg GITTLER UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA, AUSTRIA SY ASS (20) 5 DETECTION OF DIFERENTIAL ITEM FUNCTIONING IN REACTION TIMES Fons VAN DE VIJVER TILBURG UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS SY ASS (20) 6 A CROSS-CULTURAL VALIDATION STUDY OF NONVERBAL ABILITY TESTS AND STATETRAIT RATING SCALES. Norbert K. TANZER ELLIS & GITTLER & SIM & TOK KENG LIM & ZHENG Discussant(s): Ype POORTINGA, Tilburg University, The NetherlandsTS ASS (6) Room: D-2 CLINICAL AND HEALTH ASSESSMENT TS ASS (6) 1 PRESENTATION OF THE RETIRO TYPE A BEHAVIOR SCALE Carlos RODRIGUEZ-SUTIL & P. GIL-CORBACHO & R. MARTINEZ ARIAS, SPAIN TS ASS (6) 2 PRAGMATISM IN CONSTRUCTIONISM?: THE USE OF THE TAT AS AN ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT IN THE THERAPEUTIC CONTEXT Lize BOOYSEN ; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA, SOUTH AFRICA TS ASS (6) 3 VERBAL FLUENCY TEST AS PREDICTORS OF DEMENTIA OF ALZHEIMER TYPE: A COMPARISON BETWEEN ENGLISH AND SPANISH SPEAKING SUBJECTS Maribel I. TAUSSIG & Sara B. FERNANDEZ GUINEA; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, USA TS ASS (6) 4 THE MMPI AS AN EVALUATIVE AND PREDICTIVE INSTRUMENT FOR THE DERIVATION TO THERAPEUTICAL GROUPS IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CLINIC OF THE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY OF THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO (UNAM) Irma J. LORENTZEN ; UNIVERSIDAD NAL. AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO TS ASS (6) 5 NORMS AND VALIDITY OF SUPLEMENTARY SCALES OF MMPI-2 IN MEXICAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Amada AMPUDIA & Emilia LUCIO; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO; MEXICO TS ASS (6) 6 EGO STRENGTH MEASUREMENTS IN THE MMPI AND THE RORSCHACH: A STUDY IN A CLINICAL POPULATION Ioanna PIPERYIA & Th. PAPADAKIS & I.K. TSEGOS; OPEN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CENTRE, GREECEPOSTER SESSION 3 PO ASS 56 FIVE FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY IN JAPAN: (5) PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF THE FIVE FACTOR-PERSONALITY INVENTORY Yoshihiro MORITA & B. J. COIL & M. TSUJI & Y. FUJISHIMA & Y. MUKOYAMA & N. YAMADA & Y. NATSUNO; BAIKA JUNIOR COLLEGE, JAPAN PO ASS 58 FURTHER DATA ABOUT THE BALEARIC PSYCHOTECHNICAL INSTITUTE: ACTIVITY AND WORKING Eric MUNAR ROCA & M. HORRACH & H. PERELLO & J. ROSELLO; UNIVERSITAT DE LES ILLES BALEARS, SPAIN PO ASS 59 FIVE FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY IN JAPAN: (4) CONCURRENT VALIDITY OF THE FIVE-FACTOR PERSONALITY INVENTORY Yoshidi NATSUNO & Heijiro TSUJI & Y. FUJISHIMA & Y. MUKOYAMA & N. YAMADA & Y. MORITA & Hitoshi TSUJI; HYOGO UNIVERSITY OF TEACHER EDUCATION, JAPAN PO ASS 60 ESTIMATION OF EVALUATION NORMS FOR COMPUTERIZED ATTENTION TEST AND COMPUTERIZED CHOICE REACTION TEST Haruhiko OGASAWARA & Sachiko KON-NO; RAILWAY TECHNICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, JAPAN PO ASS 61 EFFECT OF MISTRANSLATION ON A SPANISH VERSION OF THE NEGATIVE Luis Fernando PARRA ; BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY, U.S.A. PO ASS 63 LA VARIABILITE INTER ET INTRA INDIVIDUELLE DU DEVELOPPEMENT COGNITIF PAR LES EPREUVES OPERATOIRES SUR UNE POPULATION ITALIENNE Laura PICONE ; UNIVERSITY OF ROME, ITALY PO ASS 65 THE DIMENSIONS OF INTERPERSONAL ORIENTATION WITHIN THEIR NOMOLOGICAL NETWORK A. RUIZ & F. SILVA & M.R. MARTINEZ-ARIAS & C. MARTINAVARRO & C. SOLSONA; UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN PO ASS 67 CONSTRUCTION OF A CULTURALLY APPROPIATE DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENING TEST: THE PILOT STUDIES Isik SAVASIR & SEZGIN, Nilhan & EROL Nese; HOCEHEPE UNIVERSITY, TURKEY PO ASS 69 THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NORM TABLES OF THE ANKARA DEVELOPMENT SCREENING INVENTORY Nilhan SEZGIN & Izik SAVASIR & Erol NESE; BILKENT UNIVERSITY, TURKEY PO ASS 70 ANKARA DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENING INVENTORY FOR CHILDREN 0-6 YEARS OLD Nilhan SEZGIN & Izik SAVASIR & Erol NESE; BILKENT UNIVERSITY, TURKEY PO ASS 71 SEX-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF A SINGLE DOSE OF DIAZEPAM ON EXPECTANCY J. Carlos SIERRA & G. BUELA-CASAL (Spain) & G. LUNA-VILLEGAS (México) & T. CARRASCO & M. LUNA-ADAME (Spain) & A. FERNANDEZ-GUARDIOLA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO ASS 72 THE INVENTORY OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCES: A NEW INSTRUMENT FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN ADULTS Fernando SILVA & M. BERNALDO DE QUIROS & L. CABALLERO & C. LOPEZ; UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN PO ASS 73 THE INVENTORY OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCES: FIRST DATA ON ITS RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY Fernando SILVA & M. BERNALDO DE QUIROS & L. CABALLERO & C. LOPEZ; UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN PO ASS 74 L'ENSEIGMENT DE L'ADMINISTRATION DES MEDICAMENTS Rosemary SOFFNER ; SENAC-SERVICE NATIONAL D'APPRENTISSAGE COMMERCIAL, BRAZIL PO ASS 75 AN INTERCULTURAL COMPARISON OF ADULT CAREER CONCERNS Bernard TETREAU & GINGRAS, M. & DUPONT, P.; UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL, CANADA +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 11:30 +----------------------------------+ KA ASS 4 Room: S8 DEVELOPING CREATIVITY IN SCHOOL AND IN THE WORKPLACE Robert J. STERNBERG; YALE UNIVERSITY, USA SY ASS 21 Room: S10 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCES WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Alejandro AVILA-ESPADA; Universidad de Salamanca, Spain SY ASS (21) 1 CULTURAL CHANGE AND MENTAL HEALTH: CONTRIBUTIONS FROM AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN ADOLESCENTS STUDENTS Mª Marina CASULLO ; University of Buenos Aires, Argentina SY ASS (21) 2 NON-BIASED CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF HISPANIC SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN Guiseppe CONSTANTINO ; Fordham University, New York, USA & Robert MALGADY; New York University of Education, USA & Marisa BORGES-CONSTANTINO; NYC Board of ED., USA SY ASS (21) 3 INFLUENCE OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC LEVEL ON THE RORSCHACH OF CHILDREN AT THE END OF THE 1st YEAR OF PRIMARY SCHOOL Danilo R. SILVA ; University of Lisboa, Portugal SY ASS (21) 4 THE ECOLOGICAL VALIDITY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING IN PERU Cecilia THORNE ; Catholic University of Peru, Peru SY ASS (21) 5 TESTING AND CULTURE: A REFLECTION FROM THE BASC COUNTRY Sagrario YARNOZ ; University of Basque Country, Spain TS ASS (1) Room: S-9 DEVELOPMENTS IN ASSESSMENT (I) (Language: French) TS ASS (1) 1 APPLICATION DE L'ANALYSE D'ITEMS ET DU MODÕLE DE RASCH AU CHOIX D'ITEMS DE L'ÉCHELLE D'INTELLIGENCE DE WECHSLER POUR LA PÉRIODE PRÉ-SCOLAIRE ET PRIMEIRE RÉVISÉE Martini KIAT ; ECPA, FRANCE TS ASS (1) 2 ADAPTATION FRANCAISE DE LA REVISION DU MMPI: LE MMPI-2 Julien GUELFI Isabelle Giller; CENTRE HOSPITALIER Ste ANNE. CMME, FRANCE TS ASS (1) 3 LE K-ABC DOIT-IT REMPLACER LE WISC-R DANS LA PRACTIQUE CLINIQUE ? Claire MELJAC & Isabelle GILLET & Gilles LEMMEL; UNIVERSITE DE PSYCHOPEDAGOIE DE L'ENFANT, FRANCE TS ASS (1) 4 L'ADAPTATION FRANCAISE DU C.P.I.-R Caroline PENHOUET & M.S. LAVOEGIE; EDITIONS DU CENTRE DE PSYCHOLOGIE APPLIQUEE, FRANCE TS ASS (1) 5 F-JAS: QUESTIONNAIRE D'ANALYSE DE POSTE D'EDWIN A. FLEISHMAN ET MAUREEN E. REILLY Martini KIAT & Daniel CHARTIER & Claude LÉVY-LEBOYER; ECPA, FRANCE TS ASS (1) 6 SYSTEME D5D D'AIDE A L'EVALUATION DES PERSONNES Jean-Luc MOGENET & Jean-Pierre ROLLAND; UNIVERSITE PARIS X, FRANCE TS ASS (8) Room: D-2 SOCIO-CULTURAL ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT TS ASS (8) 1 SOCIAL BOUNDS AND PROBLEM-BEHAVIOR Roelof C. VOS ; RIJKSUNIVESSITEIT GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS TS ASS (8) 2 EXPATRIATE SELECTION: WHAT CAN THE TROMPENAARS-MODEL CONTRIBUTE? Juergen DELLER ; DAIMLER-BENZ AG. DEPT. MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT, GERMANY TS ASS (8) 3 PSYCHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF A BRAZILIAN VERSION OF SPENCE, HELMREICH AND HOLAHAN'S EXTENDED PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES QUESTIONNAIRE Maria Cristina FERREIRA ; GAMA FILHO UNIVERSITY, BRAZIL TS ASS (8) 4 CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE STYLES David WATKINS ; THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG TS ASS (8) 5 TOWARDS THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF PRE-LITERATE PEOPLE FROM DEVELOPING COMMUNITIES IN A CULTURALLY DIVERSE SOUTH AFRICA Martin J.L. JOOSTE RAND AFRIKAANS UNIVERSITY, SOUTH AFRICATUESDAY 19 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ASS 22 Room: S 10 L'ÉVALUATION ET LE DIAGNOSTIQUE PSYCHOLOGIQUE DE L'ENFANT: ÉTUDE DE QUELQUES INSTRUMENTS AVEC DES GROUPES DIVERSIFÙES (Language: French) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Aura MONTENEGRO; Universidad de Coimbra, Portugal SY ASS (22)1 UNE COMPARAISON DES PERFORMANCES DE GROUPES SPECIAUX D'ENFANTS DANS LE SNIJDERS-OOMEN NONVERBAL TEST OF INTELLIGENTE (SON-R 21/2-7) Peter TELLEGEN Université de Groningen, The Nertherlands SY ASS (22)2 MESURES DES DÉSORDRES ÉMOTIONNELS CHEZ LES ENFANTS William YULE Université de Londres, Institut de Psychiatrie, UK SY ASS (22)3 LE CONCEPT DE SOI CHEZ DES ENFANTS ET JEUNES SOURDS ÉVALUÉ PAR L'ÉCHELLE DE PIERS-HARRIS Aura MONTENEGRO Université de Coimbra, Portugal SY ASS (22)4 ÉTUDE DE LA DIVERSITÉ DES MODES DE RÉSOLUTION DU TEST PROGRESSIVE MATRICES COULEUR CHEZ DES ENFANTS AVEC ET SANS DIFFICULTÉS SCOLAIRES Mario RODRIGUES SIMOES Université de Coimbra, Portugal SY ASS (22)5 ASPECTS COMPORTAMENTAUX ET FAMILIAUX DES RETARDÉS MENTAUX LÉGERS Cristina ALBUQUERQUE Université de Coimbra, Portugal Discussant(s): Antonio FONSECA, Portugal SY ASS 15 Room: S8 TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING AND ESTABLISHING SCORE EQUIVALENCE IN MULTIPLE LANGUAGES AND CULTURES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): José MUÑIZ; Universidad de Oviedo, Spain SY ASS (15)1 DEVELOPING TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING INSTRUMENTS Ronald K. HAMBLETON University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA SY ASS (15)2 A FRAMEWORK FOR ORGANIZING TCHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING INSTRUMENTS Ype POORTINGA Tilburg University, The Netherlands SY ASS (15)3 TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING INSTRUMENTS Fons. VAN DE VIJVER Tilburg University, The Netherlands & ZAAL, Jac, GITP, The Netherlands SY ASS (15)4 UTILITY OF TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING INSTRUMENTS Charles SPIELBERGER University of South Florida, USA Discussant(s): Rocío FERNANDEZ-BALLESTEROS; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain SY ASS 18 Room: S9 CRITERION RELATED VALIDITY IN PERSONNEL SELECTION: MEASUREMENT AND TIMESCALE ISSUES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Ivan ROBERTSON; University of Manchester, UK & Beryl HESKETH, The University of New South Wales, Australia SY ASS (18)1 THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN SKILL ACQUISITION: WRITING THE NEW TECTBOOK FOR SELECTION Phillip ACKERMAN University of Minnesota, USA SY ASS (18)2 THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AND JOB CHARACTERISTICS ON JOB ATTITUDES Peter VAN DER BERG Work and Organization Research Centre, The Netherlands SY ASS (18)3 TEME-SCALE THREATS TO TRADITIONAL SELECTION RESEARCH Beryl HESKETH & ALLWORTH, Elizabeth; The University of New South Wales, Australia SY ASS (18)4 A CONSIDARATION OF TIMESCALE ISSUES IN CRITERION-RELATED VALIDITY STUDIES WITH SPECIFIC FOCUS ON PERSONALITY Ivan ROBERTSON & FRANCIS-SMYTHE, Jan; Manchester School of Management, U.K. SY ASS (18)6 THE MODERATING EFFECT ON RATER-RATEE- ACQUAINTANCE ON THE VALIDITY OF AN ASSESSMENT CENTER Heinz SCHULER & MOSER, Klaus & FUNKE, Uwe; University of Hohenheim, GermanyTS ASS 9 Room: D-2 GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT (I) TS ASS (9) 1 PSYCHOLOGICAL SEPARATION IN MEDICAL STUDENTS Benno BONKE ; ERASMUS UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS TS ASS (9) 2 THE EVALUATION OF GROUP ANALYTIC OUTCOME THROUGH THE USE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL EVENTS Katerina ECONOMOU & Ch. TERLIDOU & B. TSILIMIGAKI; OPEN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CENTRE, GREECE TS ASS (9) 3 POST GRADUATE TRAINING IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT: A TRAINING COMMUNITY Christina TERLIDOU & I.K. TSEGOS; OPEN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CENTRE, GREECE TS ASS (9) 4 TYPES OF INTERRUPTIONS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON MENTAL INFORMATION WORK Irene KREDIET ; TILBURG UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS TS ASS (9) 5 ANOMALOUS PERCEPTUAL TRACES AND DON QUIXOTE WINDMILLS: NECESSARY TOPICS FOR THE SPACE AGE? Laura E. PUCKETT USAPOSTER SESSION 4 PO ASS 37 A PROPOSAL FOR ASSESSMENT OF BILINGUALISM IN ADULTS F. José IGLESIAS & Onésimo JUNCOS; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN PO ASS 41 F-JAS: QUESTIONNAIRE D'ANALYSE DE POSTE D'EDWIN A. FLEISHMAN Martine KIAT & Daniele CHARTIER & Claude LEVY-LEBOYER; Clinique des Maladies Mentales et de l'Encéphale, FRANCE PO ASS 57 ESTUDIO DE LAS "DIMENSIONES DE ORIENTACION INTERPERSONAL" EN UN GRUPO DE TOXICOMANOS Y POBLACION DE RIESGO Micaela MORO & ESCARABAJAL,M.D. & SANCHIS,C. & MARTINEZ, B. & BENET, P; UNIVERSITAT JAUME I, SPAIN PO ASS 76 A TEST REVISITED- THE CASE OF THE FABLES Maria Lucia TIELLET NUNES & Jurena ALCIDES CUNHA; PUCRS, BRASIL PO ASS 77 CROSS-CULTURAL, CROSS-GENDER ASPECTS OF IDENTITY FORMATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN YOUTH Karyn TODES & NEL, Z.J.; DPT. PSYCHOLOGY, RAND AFRIKAANS UNIVERSITY, SOUTH AFRICA PO ASS 78 FIVE FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY IN JAPAN: (1) BACKGROUND AND THEORY Heijiro TSUJI & Y. FUJISHIMA & Y. MUKOYAMA & N. YAMADA & Y. NATSUNO & Hitoshi TSUJI & Y. MORITA; KONAN WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO ASS 79 FIVE FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY IN JAPAN: (2) CONSTRUCTION AND REVISION OF THE MMPI Hitoshi TSUJI & Y. FUJISHIMA & Y. MUKOYAMA & N. YAMADA & Y. NATSUNO & Heijiro TSUJI & Y. MORITA; KYOTO UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO ASS 80 EVALUATION FACTOR IN A FACTORIAL ANALYSIS ON A BIPOLAR QUESTIONNAIRE Cecile VAN DE LEEMPUT ; UNIVERSITE LIBRE DE BRUXELLES, BELGICA PO ASS 82 FIVE-FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY IN JAPAN: (3) FACTOR ANALYSIS OF THE DOMAINS Naoko YAMADA & Y. MUKOYAMA & Heijiro TSUJI & Y. FUJISHIMA & Y. MORITA & Y. NATSUNO & Hitoshi TSUJI; KONAN WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO ASS 83 ASSESSMENT E MODIFICAZIONE DEL SEL-ESTEEM DELL'ADOLESCENTE Antonina COSTA ITALIA PO ASS 84 PROBLEMS IN DEVELOPING A UNISEX INTEREST MEASURE - REVISING THE ROTHWELL MILLER INTEREST BLANK (RMIB) Ken M. MILLER & Barbara TYLER; MILLER & TYLER LIMITED, UNITED KINGDOM PO ASS 85 VALIDATION AND REGIONALIZATION OF THE ON-LINE MOTIVATION QUESTIONNAIRE IN A BACHELOR POPULATION Mireille SMET & Sandra CASTAÑEDA, UNAM, MEXICO +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ASS 14 Room: S8 STRESS IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Pittu LAUNGANI; South Bank University, UK SY ASS (14)1 STRESS IN A LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS Pittu LAUNGANI South Bank University, UK SY ASS (14)2 THE CAUSAL ROLE OF STRESS IN THE AETIOLOGY OF CANCEER AND CORONARY HEART DESEASE H.J. EYSENCK Institute of Psychiatry, UK SY ASS (14)3 ROLE STRESS AMONG WORKING WOMEN: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES Y.K. BHUSHAN Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, India SY ASS (14)4 THE PARADOXICAL EFFECT OF ALTRUISM AND RELIGIOSITY ON STRESS IN INDIA Rupa B. SHAH Mithibai College, India SY ASS (14)5 WORK STRESSES EXPERIENCED BY PERSONS WITH SEVERE MENTAL DISORDERS IN SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT Jeffrey BEDELL Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA SY ASS (14)6 TOLERABLE AND INTOLERABLE STRESS IN CHILDHOOD Euan M. ROSS King's Hospital, UK Discussant(s): Charles D. SPIELBERGER; University of South Florida, USA SY ASS 19 Room: S9 INTERPERSONAL ORIENTATION: CONCEPTUALIZATION AND ASSESSMENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Fernando SILVA; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY ASS (19) 1 THE ROLE OF SELF-MONITORING INPERSONALITY STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS M.D. AVIA Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY ASS (19) 2 THE STRUCTURE OF SOCIAL PERCEPTION IN CHILDREN AGED 9 TO 12 I. MERVIELDE University of Ghent, Belgium SY ASS (19) 3 A MODEL FOR STRUCTURING INTERPERSONAL ORIENTATION DIMENSIONS M. MORO & G. ORTET, Universitat Jaume I, Spain & F. SILVA, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY ASS (19) 4 A LEXICAL APPROACH TO INTERPERSONAL BEHAVIOR B. DE RAAD University of Groningen, The Netherlands SY ASS (19) 5 PERSONAL INTERACTION AS A FUNDAMENTAL BASIS OF THE MAJOR DIMENSIONS OF PERSONALITY H.J. EYSENCK University of London, UK SY ASS 23 Room: S10 PERSONALITY AND LEADERSHIP: PRODUCTIVE AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK PERFORMANCE OF MANAGERS AND LEADERS Convener(s): Judith M. COLLINS; University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA Chairperson(s): Paul M. MUCHINSKY, University of North Carolina, USA SY ASS (23) 1 PRODUCTIVITY AND THE FIVE-FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY: ARE GOOD EMPLOYEES BORN OR MADE? Paul M. COSTA ; Francis Scott Key Medical Center, USA SY ASS (23) 2 PERSONALITY AND PERFORMANCE: YIN AND YANG IN LIFE HISTORY Michael D. MUMFORD ; George Mason University, USA SY ASS (23) 3 PERSONALITY PROFILES AND LIFE-STYLES OF HONEST AND DISHONEST MANAGERS Judith M. COLLINS ; University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA SY ASS (23) 4 THE BRIGHT AND DARK SIDES OF CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP Jane M. HOWELL ; University of Western Ontario, Canada Discussant(s): Frank L. SCHMIDT, University of Iowa, USA TS ASS 10 Room: D-2 GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT (II) (Language: Spanish) TS ASS (10) 1 Q.G.T.: A NEW PROCEDURE FOR MEASURING CREATIVITY Javier CORBALAN & Juan José LOPEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA, SPAIN TS ASS (10) 2 COMPARISON OF SEVERAL BIAS DETECTION TECHNIQUES M. Jose NAVAS & Juana GOMEZ; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACION A DISTANCIA, SPAIN TS ASS (10) 3 INFLUENCE OF MODERATE ETHANOL INTAKE ON DISTRIBUTION OF ATTENTIONAL RESOURCES IN A DUAL-TASK CONDITION J. ROSSELLO & R. ARIAS & S. JUSTO & E. MUNAR; UNIVERSITAT DE LES ILLES BALEARS, SPAIN TS ASS (10) 4 A WITHIN-NETWORK VALIDITY STUDY OF THE SENSATION SEEKING MODEL Ignacio IBAÑEZ FERNANDEZ & M. GONZALEZ & W. PEÑATE; UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN TS ASS (10) 5 ASSESSMENT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL, COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL PERFORMANCE PATTERNS IN MAXIMAL EFFORT TESTS OF ATHLETES AND NON-TRAINED INDIVIDUALS M. PINTANEL & L. CAPDEVILA & T. BLASCO & J. CRUZ; U.A.B. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA, SPAIN

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