Become an expert in psychological evaluation: 30 free classes on the most important tests

Psychological evaluation is an essential part of the work of any clinical, educational and organizational psychologist. To expand your knowledge and evaluation skills we have organized more than 30 free online webinars from TEA Editions which explains how to use, apply and correct the most important scales.

To facilitate access to the webinars that are now free and accessible from the TEA website, we have organized the classes on the following topics: neuropsychology, child and adolescent psychology, educational psychology, clinical psychology in adults, organizational psychology and virtual reality. By clicking on the table of contents you will be directed to the class video and a brief explanatory text of the test.

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Neuropsychology

NeuronUP: Rehabilitation and cognitive stimulation web application

NeuronUP is a web platform whose purpose is the rehabilitation and neuropsychological stimulation of adults and children. Through thousands of exercises, games and simulators you can work on both the main cognitive functions (Orientation, Attention, Memory, Language, Executive Functions, Gnosias, Praxias, Visuospatial Skills or Social Cognition) as well as activities of daily living and social skills.

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ENFEN: Neuropsychological Evaluation of Executive Functions in Children

ENFEN is a new battery to evaluate the global maturational development of children that especially affects the evaluation of the Executive Functions (EF) of the brain. The battery is made up of four tests (Verbal Fluency, Trail Construction, Ring Construction, and Resistance to Interference) that measure different components of EF.

Neuroparty and Cortex: Cognitive stimulation for mild cognitive impairment

NeuroParty provides, in a playful way, spaces for cognitive stimulation and maintenance in adults without deterioration and in those affected by neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and other dementias in the initial stages.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zek4vAc9NjY&feature=youtu.be

Child and adolescent psychology

BRIEF-P: Behavioral assessment of executive function – children’s version

The Behavioral Assessment of Executive Function questionnaire – Children’s Version (BRIEF®-P) is a version of the BRIEF® adapted to children from 2 to 5 years old. It allows the evaluation of the most everyday, behavioral and observable aspects of executive functions.

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Merrill Palmer Developmental Scale (MP-R)

The Merrill-Palmer-R Development Scales (MP-R) are a battery of individually applied tests intended for the global evaluation of child development and that specifically explore the five main areas of development (cognitive development, language and communication, motor development , socio-emotional development and adaptive behavior) in children from 0 months to 6 and a half years.

BAS-II: Intellectual aptitude scales

The BAS-II, Intellectual Aptitude Scales, is one of the most prestigious batteries of European origin to in-depth evaluate the intellectual aptitudes and educational performance of children and adolescents. Made up of two batteries, BAS-II Infant (2:6 to 5:11 years old) and BAS-II School (6:0 to 17:11 years old), it represents an appropriate psychological evaluation tool for clinical, educational and neuropsychological.

SENA: Evaluation of emotional and behavioral problems in children and adolescents

The SENA is an instrument aimed at detecting a wide spectrum of emotional and behavioral PROBLEMS from 3 to 18 years of age. Internalized problems: depression, anxiety, social anxiety, somatic complaints, obsession-compulsion and post-traumatic symptoms. Externalized problems: hyperactivity and impulsivity, attention problems, aggression, defiant behavior, anger control problems, antisocial behavior. Specific problems: developmental delay, eating behavior problems, learning problems, schizotypy, substance abuse.

Q-PAD: Assessment of problems in adolescents

The Q-PAD is a quick and easy test to apply and correct for the detection and evaluation of problems in adolescents (12-18 years) including the most relevant variables: Anxiety, Depression, Body dissatisfaction, Problems in relationships with others, Family problems, Uncertainty about your future, Psychosocial risk, Substance abuse, Self-esteem and well-being.

gR factor: Non-verbal intelligence test

The “g” Factor Tests were designed with the purpose of assessing individual intelligence through tests that reduced as much as possible the influence of other factors, such as verbal fluency, cultural level or cultural context. They are non-verbal tests and to carry them out it is only required that the person perceive the possibility of a relationship between abstract shapes and figures.

Protocol for the evaluation of high capacities

Different tests useful in the evaluation of High Abilities are presented below. In addition, the specialized bookstore related to this topic is also provided.

ADITEC: New addictions in young people: internet, mobile and video games

ADITEC makes it possible to evaluate and detect possible problems of addiction to new technologies (Internet, mobile phones and video games) in young people and adolescents, as well as to prevent the development of dependency in those who are already beginning to manifest problems related to their inappropriate use. .

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BRIEF-2: Evaluation of executive functions

The BRIEF®-2 is the international reference test for the evaluation of executive functions by fathers, mothers and teachers. It allows evaluating the most everyday and behavioral aspects of executive functions with ecological validity. There are two forms of the booklet (BRIEF®-2 Family and BRIEF-2 School) that can be applied separately or together and that require indicating the degree of frequency with which a series of behaviors appear in the child or adolescent.

DP-3: Assessment of child development from 0 to 12 years

DP-3 allows you to quickly evaluate the five main areas of child development (Cognition, Motor Skills, Socio-Emotional, Communication and Adaptive Behavior) and offers a global index of child development. It has two alternative forms of application: through an interview with parents or through a questionnaire that they answer independently.

PAI-A: Personality Assessment Inventory for Adolescents

The PAI-A allows for the comprehensive assessment of psychopathology in adolescents through 22 scales: 4 validity scales, 11 clinical scales, 5 treatment considerations scales, and 2 interpersonal relationships scales. It also reports those critical items that require the professional’s immediate attention.

EQ-iYV BarOn: Evaluation of emotional intelligence in the school context

The BarOn is a brief questionnaire of 60 items grouped into 4 subscales (Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Stress Management and Adaptability) from which a total emotional intelligence score is obtained. In addition, it includes a General Mood scale to know your general emotional situation and other Positive Impression and Inconsistency scales to assess the congruence of your answers in the test. Thus, the answers to the 60 items are transformed into 8 scores that help to know different aspects of the person’s emotional intelligence.

How to use intervention games in clinical practice

TEA Ediciones webinar that offers ideas on how to use games as therapeutic tools.

My great bicycle adventure: Game for Awareness and Prevention of Gender Violence

My great cycling adventure Its objective is to promote resilience in minor victims of gender violence. It can be used both as an element of prevention and awareness, and as an intervention tool. There is no limitation on the number of applications, so it can be used with the same people repeatedly.

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e-ADHD: Evaluation and diagnosis of attention difficulties:

E-ADHD. collects in a simple and agile way both qualitative information (presence of previous diagnoses, medication, exposure to stressful situations, medical condition, demand for attention during class, sudden changes in behavior, etc.) and quantitative (evaluation of behaviors and attitudes typical of the clinical profile of ADHD, as well as difficulties in areas such as organization and planning, executive functions, emotional management, fine motor skills, quality of family life, difficulty in mathematics or reading, among others).

TONI-4: Assessment of non-verbal intelligence:

The TONI-4, Non-Verbal Intelligence Test is, like its predecessor the TONI-2, a test for the evaluation of general intelligence in young people and adults. Its non-verbal format and the characteristic presentation of its items make the TONI-4 an ideal test to evaluate people with verbal, auditory or motor difficulties. Furthermore, the use of abstract figures keeps it free of cultural factors.

Educational psychology

EXPLORA and BAT-7: Vocational and aptitude orientation:

The webinar explains the use and application of Explora and BAT-7 for vocational guidance

Explore: Questionnaire for vocational and professional guidance

https://youtu.be/23mosJZdrWQ

EXPLORA has been designed with the purpose of helping people identify those professional fields that best suit their interests, skills and personal characteristics. It can be used to advise and guide at an individual or group level, while at the same time it can help specify possible training paths to follow or the profession to pursue. It is applicable to both students and adults in need of professional advice.

ECOMPLEC: Assessment of reading comprehension

Reading competence and, more specifically, understanding any written material, today constitutes a prerequisite for meaningful learning. This close relationship between understanding and learning poses a problem of great importance for the educational field and for society as a whole: how students, even though they know how to read, do not understand what they read and do not manage to acquire new knowledge in any way. ..