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Psychological Assessment

Psychological evaluation, also known as psychological testing, is a detailed procedure employing various methods to formulate theories about an individual's behavior, personality, and skills. This process involves observing the individual, posing questions, and assigning specific tasks to understand and explain their actions and emotions.

Such evaluations are particularly beneficial for children or adolescents experiencing difficulties in their educational environments or exhibiting behaviors and developmental patterns that differ from the norm. These assessments help identify a person's strengths and weaknesses, informing tailored educational plans and home strategies.​​

Psychologists have a wide range of psychological tests at their disposal, selecting the most relevant ones based on the assessment's objectives. When evaluating children and adolescents, assessments frequently cover areas such as

  • intelligence

  • achievement

  • attention

  • memory

  • emotional states

  • behavioral patterns

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