Mental Health Matters
Forensic Edition
September 2014
Published by: Lepage Associates
Psychological & Psychiatric Services
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Descriptions of Tests Commonly Used in

Psychological Evaluations, Risk Assessments

and/or Custody Evaluations 



Ever look at the list of tests used in a psychological evaluation, risk assessment, or custody evaluation and wonder what exactly these tests are supposed to test for? When thinking that a psychological evaluation of your client, or the other party, may be helpful to your case, ever wish you knew more about what tests might be given? Read on to find a description of some of the most common tests used in evaluations. You will find a sampling of some of the most common cognitive, self-report, and projective tests. (This is just a sample; other tests are available. We are always happy to chat with you on the phone to help determine what could be beneficial to your case.)

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