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- 1. Collecting Biophysiologic and OtherData Collection Method RizabiePodirsky
2. Contents of Module13 Biophysiologic Measures Record, Documentsand AvailableData Q Methodology Pro jective Techniques Vignettes Co gnitive and Neuro psycho lo gicalTests 3. Objectives To be able to understand Pro jective Techniques Vignettes Co gnitive and Neuro psycho lo gicalTests 4. Projective Techniques -isa-isapersonality testdesigned to letdesigned to let aa person respond to ambiguousperson respond to ambiguous stimuli, presumably revealingstimuli, presumably revealing hiddenemotionsand internalhiddenemotionsand internal conflicts.conflicts. 5. Types of Projective TechniquesTypes of Projective Techniques Pictorial projective techniquePictorial projective technique Rorschach ink blot testRorschach ink blot test Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) Verbal projective techniqueVerbal projective technique Association techniquesAssociation techniques Word-association methodWord-association method Completion techniquesCompletion techniques Sentence completionSentence completion Expressive MethodsExpressive Methods Play techniquesPlay techniques Drawing and paintingDrawing and painting Role-playingRole-playing 6. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) TAThasbeen among themost widely used, researched, and taught projective psychological tests. TheTAT ispopularly known asthe picture interpretatio n technique . Thesubject isasked to tell asdramatic a story ashecan. Sometimesit isused in apsychiatric or psychological context to assess personality disorders, thought disorders. 7. Thelargenumber of research studiesthat have used theTAT haveindicated that cultural, gender, and classissuesmust betaken into account. 8. Rorschach test Hermann Rorschach created Rorschach inkblot test in 1921. Psychologistsusethistest to examinea person'spersonality characteristicsand emotional functioning. It hasbeen employed to detect an underlying thought disorder, especially in caseswhere patientsarereluctant to describe their thinking processesopenly. 9. Method Presentation of Inkblot Test Thepsychologist writes down everything thesubject says or does, no matter how trivial. 10. Vignettes Brief description of events or situations to whichBrief description of events or situations to which respondents are ask to react.respondents are ask to react. Aim is to get info about respondents:Aim is to get info about respondents: PerceptionPerception OpinionOpinion Knowledge about some phenomenonKnowledge about some phenomenon 11. Cognitive andCognitive and Neuropsychological TestNeuropsychological Test Cognitive tests are assessments of the cognitive capabilities of humans and other animals. Neuropsychological tests are specifically designed tasks used to measure a psychological function known to be linked to a particular brain structure or pathway. 12. Reasons/Purposes of Cognitive Assessment Screening -to determine the absence or presence of impairment. Monitoring -to track cognitive status over time, especially response to treatment. 13. The major purposes of a neuropsychological assessment are to assist with questions about: Integrity of cognitive functions Differential diagnosis to confirm or clarify a diagnosis Treatment planning Capacity 14. References Nursing Research-Principles and Methods, 7th edition, Denise F. Polit/Cheryl Tatano Beck, 2004 www.youtube.com www.wikipedia.com http://stanfordhospital.org/ www.iamure.com www.goodreads.com 15. Synthesis I want t o underst and t he world f rom your point of view. I want t o know what you know in t he way you know it . I want t o underst and t he meaning of your experience, t o walk in your shoes, t o f eel t hings as you f eel t hem, t o explain t hings as you explain t hem. Will you become my t eacher and help me underst and?