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Abstract

When clinical psychologists make judgments, are they likely to be correct or incorrect? The following topics are reviewed: () methodological advances in evaluating the validity of descriptions of personality and psychopathology, () recent findings on the cognitive processes of clinicians, and () the validity of judgments and utility of decisions made by mental health professionals. Results from research on clinical judgment and decision making and their relationship to conflicts within the field of clinical psychology are discussed.

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2005-04-27
2024-04-23
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