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Australian Psychologist
 
One of the major achievements of psychology is the development and application of psychological tests. Tests are routinely used by psychologists in their professional practice to answer referral questions or to assist in decision-making. In addition, psychological tests are commonly used in research to test hypotheses.

This special issue comprises seven articles that cover a wide range of content areas. These include “traditional” constructs such as motivation, memory, anxiety, and psychosocial reintegration as well as more novel constructs such as emotion recognition, social perception, and relationship expectations. You can read the whole special issue online now:
 
Psychological Test Development: Recent Contributions from Australia
David HK Shum and Glynda Kinsella

The Motivation and Engagement Scale: Theoretical Framework, Psychometric Properties, and Applied Yields
Gregory Arief D Liem and Andrew J Martin

The Australian Remote Memory Battery, 10 Years on
John O'Gorman and David HK Shum

Sydney Psychosocial Reintegration Scale (SPRS-2): Meeting the Challenge of Measuring Participation in Neurological Conditions
Robyn Tate, Grahame Simpson, Amanda Lane-Brown, Cheryl Soo, Annelies de Wolf and Diane Whiting

The Geriatric Anxiety Inventory: International Use and Future Directions
Nancy A Pachana and Gerard J Byrne

New Frontiers in Neuropsychological Assessment: Assessing Social Perception Using a Standardised Instrument, The Awareness of Social Inference Test
Skye McDonald

The Ability to Understand the Experience of Other People: Development and Validation of the Emotion Recognition Scales
Murray J Dyck

Development and Initial Validation of the Children's Optimistic and Pessimistic Expectations of Relationships Scale
Leanne McGregor, Melanie J Zimmer-Gembeck and Peter Creed

Australian Psychologist Australian Psychologist is the official applied practice and public policy journal of the Australian Psychological Society. As such, the journal solicits articles covering current issues in psychology, the science and practice of psychology, and psychology’s contribution to public policy, with particular emphasis on the Australian context.

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