By Malavika Kapur
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TEsTs of PERsonAliTY AnD TEMPERAMEnT Assessment of the personality of children consists of objective measures of questionnaires, rating scales, check lists, reports by others and self, as well as projective tests. The assessment is beset with many problems as the developmental perspective does not favour the approach of using on children diluted versions of tests used on adults. Of the tests described in this section, some have been used on adults and the children’s version has been subsequently developed (as in Cattell’s tests of personality), while some have been developed on the child population.
As Berger (1985) points out, administration and scoring of tests are essentially technical skills. The interpretation and integration of test results in clinical practice, however, demands more than the skills of a technician. It requires an understanding of the theories, principles and techniques of psychological measurement, the knowledge associated with theories of psychological functioning, and familiarity with developmental psychology, childhood disorders and research literature related to the procedures used.
These turn out to be ineffective in Indian family or school contexts. 4. The need for detailed psychological assessment as a background for planning therapies including psychological tests is often overlooked. 5. Important child variables such as age, gender, temperament and cognitive potential which have a bearing on the therapeutic outcome are frequently overlooked. 6. The developmental context of normal and abnormal behaviour needs to be understood to enable planning of appropriate strategies.
Counselling Children with Psychological Problems by Malavika Kapur