Assessing intelligence, emotion and behaviour
19 - 20 July 2004 - Hilton on the Park - Melbourne
World leaders in the assessment of intelligence, emotions and behaviour gathered in Melbourne this week to consider issues in assessing the whole person across the lifespan. They joined around 180 delegates including participants from the United States, Malaysia, Indonesia and New Zealand taking part in the International Test Users' Conference 2004 hosted by ACER. Keynote presentations were given by Professor Gale Roid, co-author of the Stanford Binet 5; Professor Thomas Achenbach, author of the Child Behaviour Checklist; Dr David Caruso, co-author of the Mayar, Salovey, Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test; and Dr Katherine Hirsch, co-author of a number of texts on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator.
Submissions from 2004
Practical Applications of the Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) for Ages 1.5 to 90+ Years, Thomas M. Achenbach and Leslie Rescorla
International Test Users' Conference: Assessing intelligence, emotion and behaviour (Conference Proceedings), Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Issues in Conceptualising and Assessing Emotional Intelligence, Jennifer Bryce