Asked by Isabel Morales on Jul 11, 2024



Rating Scales

A) Tests in the affective realm used to assess habits, temperament, likes and dislikes, character, and behaviors.
B) Tests that measure likes and dislikes as well as one's personality orientation toward the world of work. Generally used in career counseling.
C) Numerically measuring the degree of an attribute of an examinee. Can be measured by the examinee or someone who knows the examinee well.
D) Tests that present a stimuli to which individuals can respond. Personality factors are interpreted based on the individual's response. Often used to identify psychopathology and to assist in treatment planning.
E) Assessing behaviors of an individual by examining items such as diaries, personal journals, school records, etc.
F) Paper-and-pencil tests, often in multiple choice or true/false formats, that assess various aspects of personality. Often used to increase client insight, to identify psychopathology, and to assist in treatment planning.
G) To view or study an individual in order to develop a deeper understanding of one or more specific behaviors.

Rating Scales

Scales developed to assess any of a number of attributes of the examinee. Can be rated by the examinee or someone who knows the examinee well. Some commonly used rating scales include numerical scales, Likert-type scales (graphic scales), semantic differential scales, and rank-order scales. A type of informal assessment.


The study of psychological disorders, including their symptoms, etiology (causes), and treatment.

Treatment Planning

The process of creating a structured approach to therapy, outlining goals, methods, and timing, tailored to the needs of an individual or group.

  • Comprehend the application of rating scales and documentation in evaluating personality and behavior.

Verified Answer

Nirmal Dominic

1 day ago

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Rating scales are tools used to numerically measure the degree of an attribute of an examinee, allowing for quantification of traits, feelings, or behaviors that are otherwise difficult to quantify.