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Department of Psychology
 


The Department of Psychology at AUB,
 in collaboration with the Psychological Assessment Center at AUBMC,
and the support of the
International Test Commission,
 invite you to take part in its workshop:

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT IN ARAB COUNTRIES:

HOW TO DEVELOP, ADAPT, AND USE TESTS

IN RESEARCH AND CLINICAL SETTINGS

 

Friday Nov. 10 and Saturday Nov. 11, 2017 
Olayan School of Business (OSB)- Room 334 - AUB

 

Facilitators

The workshop is delivered by Professor Dragos Iliescu, president of the International Test Commission - the international organization concerned with promoting appropriate use of psychological, educational, neuropsychological, and developmental tests and inventories. The second day is facilitated by Dr. Pia Zeinoun, Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology, and Managing Director at the Psychological Assessment Center at the Department of Psychiatry, whose research focuses on development of culturally-appropriate constructs and tests.  

Overview:
The 2-day workshop will provide participants with an in-depth knowledge of the latest methods and analyses used in developing tests, including methods of translation, adaptation, assembly, validation, and data analysis. There will be practical examples, and opportunity to discuss participant projects.  

Target Audience:

The workshop will benefit those who use tests and questionnaires in their research or clinical practice, with Arab-speaking populations. The workshop is open to professionals from the community, principal investigators, co-investigators, research assistants and fellows, and graduate students.

Registration
Registration fees for the two days are as follows:

  • Regular fees: 350$
  • Early bird (Oct. 6), graduate students, groups: 280$ 

Payment and registration is online.

 

For more information please contact:

Pia Zeinoun at pz05@mail.aub.edu 
or
Salam Jabbour at
smj19@mail.aub.edu or 01-350000 ext. 4360. ​​
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