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Honoring Dr. Scott Lilienfeld’s Contributions to the Science and Practice of Psychological Assessment
With the help of four of Dr. Lilenfeld's colleagues, we organized this webinar to recognize and share the critically important contributions of his work to the science and practice of psychological assessment. Presenters: Ms. Candice Basterfield - Introductory remarks about Dr. Lilienfeld and his career Dr. Martin Sellbom - Assessment of Psychopathic Personality Traits: Addressing Myths, Misconceptions, and Fallacies Dr. Lee Anna Clark - Using the SNAP-2 to Assess Psychopathic Personality Traits and Behaviors Dr. Irwin Waldman - Mapping the Externalizing Spectrum in Youth from an Assessment Perspective Dr. James M. Wood - Update on the Rorschach Inkblot Test
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Honoring Dr. Scott Lilienfeld’s Contributions to the Science and Practice of Psychological Assessment (No Purchase Necessary) Dr. Scott Lilienfeld served from 2017 until his death in 2020 as a member of the Buros Center for Testing’s National Advisory Council. His career overlapped the mission of the Center in aiming to improve the science and practice of testing, and his contributions as a Council member were exceedingly valuable. Before he joined the Council, we were aware of his stellar professional reputation, but we soon became acquainted with his equally remarkable personal qualities—warmth, respect, and generosity among them. Given our Center’s mission, our respect for Scott and his work, and our sense of loss with his passing, with the help of four of his accomplished colleagues we have organized this webinar to recognize and share the critically important contributions of Dr. Lilienfeld’s work to the science and practice of psychological assessment. His research interests included cognitive biases and their relations to personality and psychopathology, scientific thinking and its application to psychology, pseudoscience and clinical psychology, and the causes and assessment of personality disorders.