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Rorschach-Performance
Assessment System (R-PAS):
Introduction &
Case Illustrations
fe a t u r in g
Joni L. Mihura, Ph.D.
Friday, January 23, 2015
School of Psychological Sciences
1400 East Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227
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Schwitzer Student Center, Hall A
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Workshop description
This workshop introduces the new, empirically
grounded Rorschach Performance Assessment
System (R-PAS). R-PAS uses the task as a verbal
and perceptual behavior sample obtained under
standardized conditions such that personality inferences are based on observed performance rather
than self-description. Test scores are compared to
new internationally based norms and graphically
displayed using standard scores. After describing
the meta-analytic research foundation for R-PAS
we focus on distinctive features of administration,
coding, normative reference data, and interpretation, and apply the system to a case. We assume
participants have some previous Rorschach-based
assessment experience.
Who should attend
This workshop is useful for practitioners, doctoral
students, interns, and people who teach
or conduct research on personality assessment. It
appeals to practitioners and teachers interested
in learning how to more fully and accurately
understand clients through multimethod clinical
assessments that incorporate making careful
inferences from valid, performance-based
R-PAS scales. Similarly, it appeals to researchers
interested in more fully measuring personality and
psychological functioning through multimethod
assessments that have incremental validity over
self-report methods.
Workshop location
The workshop will be held in UIndy Halls A and
B, located in Schwitzer Student Center, at the
University of Indianapolis. (See map on other side.)
Agenda: Friday, January 23
8:30–9 a.m.���������� Registration
9–10:30 a.m ....����� Introduction R-PAS variables
and their interpretation
Administration & Clarification
10:30–10:45 a.m.�� Break
10:45 a.m.– ���������� Scoring flow & example coding
12:15 p.m. Establishing Normative
Benchmark, Scoring program,
Profile Pages, and Interpretive
Framework
12:15–1:15 p.m.������Lunch
1:15–2:45 p.m.�������Online resources for
administration and coding
Applications to a Case—
Part I, Principles and
Procedures for Interpretation,
Review of Domains and
Variables
2:45–3 p.m.�����������Break
3–4:30 p.m.�����������Applications to a Case—
Part II, Summary Inferences
Briefly: Complexity
Adjusted Scores
Questions and Comments
How to register
You may register for this workshop by mail or
online. If you are registering by mail, please use
the form provided on this brochure.
To register and pay by credit card, please go to
http://psych.uindy.edu/workshop.
Registration deadline: January 20, 2015. (Early
registration is prior to January 9, 2015.) Mail to:
Nicole M. Taylor, PhD
School of Psychological Sciences
University of Indianapolis
1400 East Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227
Register at the door for an additional fee of $25 if
space permits. Please call (317) 788-6134 with any
questions regarding registration.
CE credits
The University of Indianapolis offers six credits
for this workshop. Participants must attend the
workshop in its entirety to receive credits. No
partial credit will be given, and those arriving late
or leaving early will not receive credit.
The University of Indianapolis School of
Psychological Sciences is approved by the American
Psychological Association to sponsor continuing
education for psychologists. The School of
Psychological Sciences maintains responsibility
for this program and its contents.
Learning objectives
Participants will:
—describe the basic empirical and conceptual
foundation for variables in R-PAS;
—summarize the value of “performance
assessment” as a foundation for clinical
interpretation;
— explain why new normative reference standards
improve clinical inferences;
— describe the procedures that allow R-PAS
norms to be expressed as Standard Scores
despite the fact that many summary variables
do not have normal distributions;
— implement standardized administration
procedures that optimize the length of
Rorschach protocols;
— list the R-PAS principles for accurate
interpretation and contrast them with previous
models; and
— apply R-PAS interpretive procedures and
guidelines to a case.
Cancellation policy
No refunds after January 16, 2015. Full refund
less $20 handling charge prior to January 16,
2015, if cancellation is made in writing.
Presenter
Dr. Joni L. Mihura is
currently an associate
professor in psychology at
the University of Toledo.
She obtained her doctoral
degree from Oklahoma State
University and her internship
at Massachusetts Mental
Health Center/Harvard Medical School, with a
focus on psychoanalytically oriented outpatient
treatment and psychological assessment.
Dr. Mihura stayed in Massachusetts to
complete her postdoctoral training at Westwood
Lodge Hospital, where she worked on the women’s
trauma unit and specialized in psychological
assessment. In 1996 she joined the faculty at the
University of Toledo where she teaches personality
assessment, psychodynamic therapy, and runs an
assessment lab with Dr. Gregory J. Meyer.
Dr. Mihura obtained early career awards in
both of her areas of expertise—a fellowship from
the American Psychoanalytic Association in 1999
and the early career research award from the
Society for Personality Assessment in 2002. She
was a member of the late John Exner’s Rorschach
Research Council. She is one of the developers
of a new Rorschach system—the Rorschach
Performance Assessment System (R-PAS; Meyer,
Viglione, Mihura, Erard, & Erdberg, 2011)—for
which she and others have conducted trainings in
the U.S. and internationally.
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