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Celebrating 100 Volumes of Journal of Personality Assessment

Routledge/Taylor & Francis congratulates the Society for Personality Assessment on the 80th anniversary of the society and the 100th volume year of its publication Journal of Personality Assessment. We partner with the Society for Personality Assessment with the common goal of serving clinicians, researchers, and emerging scholars. The Journal holds a 5 Year Impact Factor 2.571 (© 2017 Clarivate Analytics, 2016 Journal Citation Reports®) and presents highly-cited, award-winning research within the field.

In celebration of Journal of Personality Assessment's 100th volume, please enjoy this collection of its most influential and award winning articles. FREE ACCESS is available throughout 2018 to each Walter G. Klopfer and Martin Mayman award-winning article published in Journal of Personality Assessment and presented annually for a distinguished contribution to the literature in personality assessment. Click on each article title to download the content in PDF format or to view in HTML format. An additional bonus of FREE ACCESS to the Top 30 Most-Cited Articles is also available through to yearend 2018

Issue 1 of volume 100 is currently available to explore here. You can also enjoy FREE ACCESS to an introduction to the 100th Volume: Society for Personality Assessment/Journal of Personality Assessment: A History by Irving B. Weiner, as well as a discussion by the editor, Steven K. Huprich: JPAat Volume 100

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The Walter G. Klopfer Award

The Walter G. Klopfer Award is bestowed annually for a distinguished contribution to the literature in personality assessment. Eligible contributions focus on statistically based research projects. The Journal of Personality Assessment Editorial Board nominates outstanding articles from the previous year, each of which are then rated by the Editor and Associate Editors.

Walter Klopfer Award Winners

Article Title Author Volume Issue
Selecting the "Best" Factor Structure and Moving Measurement Validation Forward: An IllustrationTom Schmitt, Daniel Sass, Wayne Chappelle, Bill ThompsonVol. 100 Iss. 4 (2018)
A Profile Based Framework for Factorial Similarity and the Congruence CoefficientR. Michael Furr and Anna HartleyVol. 99 Iss. 6 (2017)
Applying Bifactor Statisticl Indices in the Evaluation of Psychological MeasuresMark G. Haviland, Steven P. Reise, Anthony RodriquezVol. 98 Iss. 3 (2016)
Extending Structural Analyses of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale to Consider Criterion-Related Validity: Can Composite Self-Esteem Scores be Good Enough?Robert A. Ackerman, Courtney Brecheen, M. Brent Donnellan,Vol. 98 Iss. 2 (2016)
A Reliability Generalization Meta-Analysis of Self-Report Measures of Adult AttachmentJames M. Graham, Marta S. UnterschuteVol. 97 Iss. 1 (2015)
Predicting Response to Intensive Multimodal Inpatient Treatment: A Comparison of Single- and Multi-Class Growth Modeling ApproachesJ. Christopher Fowler, Leonard Handler, Justin D. Smith, Mark J. Van RyzinVol. 97 Iss. 3 (2014)
Identifying Personality Pathology Associated with Major Depressive Episodes: Incremental Validity of Informant ReportsJanine N. Galione, Thomas OltmannsVol. 95 Iss. 6 (2013)
Agentic and Communal Values: Their Scope and MeasurementDelroy L. Paulhus, Paul D. Trapnell,Vol. 94 Iss. 1 (2012)
Toward a Model for Assessing Level of Personality Functioning in DSM-5, Part II: Empirical Articulation of a Core Dimension of Personality PathologyDonna S. Bender, Han Berghuis, Robert F. Krueger, Leslie C. Morey, Andrew E. Skodol, Roel VerheulVol. 93 Iss. 4 (2011)
Using Clinician-Rated Five-Factor Model Data to Score the DSM-IV Personality DisordersLauren R. Few, , Jessica Maples, Joshua D. Miller, Jennifer Q. Morse, Paul A. Pilkonis, Kirsten E. Yaggi,Vol. 92 Iss. 4 (2010)
Impact of Card Rotation on the Frequency of Rorschach Reflection ResponsesSandra Horn, Gregory J. Meyer, Joni L. MihuraVol. 91 Iss. 4 (2009)
Differentiating psychotic patients from nonpsychotic patients with the MMPI-2 and the RorschachTam K. Dao, Heather Leveta Horne, Frances Prevatt,Vol. 90 Iss. 1 (2008)
The comparative validity of 11 modern personality inventories: predictions of behavioral acts, informant reports, and clinical indicatorsLewis R. Goldberg, Richard A. Grucza,Vol. 89 Iss. (2007)
Using the multifaceted Rasch model to improve the TAT/PSE measure of need for achievementVirginia Blankenship, Kathleen Keenan, Erica Ramos, Jennifer Rebarchik, Katherine Romero, Valery Rosenow, Amanda Sullivan, Christopher M. Vega, Kenneth Warren,Vol. 86 Iss. 1 (2006)
Racial differences in socially desirable responding in selection contexts: Magnitude and consequencesNicole M. Dudley, Scott A. Goodman, Steven T. Hunt, Lynn A. McFarland, Eric J.SydellVol. 85 Iss. 1 (2005)
Assessment of accurate self-knowledgeC. Randall Colvin, Dawne S. VogtVol. 84 Iss. 3 (2005)
Rorschach assessment of changes following psychotherapy: A meta-analytic reviewCato GronnerodVol. 83 Iss. 3 (2004)
Longitudinal hierarchical linear modeling analyses of California Psychological Inventory data from age 33 to 75: An examination of stability and change in adult personalityConstance J. Jones, Norman Livson, Harvey PeskinVol. 80 Iss. 3 (2003)
Can sex offenders who minimize on the MMPI conceal psychopathology on the Rorschach?Andrea F. Benn, Linda S. Grossman, Kevin L. Gyoerkoe, Orest E. Wasyliw,Vol. 78 Iss. 3 (2002)

Walter Klopfer Award Winners

Article Title Author Volume Issue
Assessment of disordered thinking in children and adolescents: The Rorschach Perceptual-Thinking IndexMatthew R. Baity, Mark J. Hilsenroth, Eric S. Knowles, Steven R. Smith,Vol. 77 Iss. 3 (2001)
Convergent validity of alternative MMPI-2 personality disorder scalesJabbar Hicklin and Thomas A. WidigerVol. 75 Iss. 3 (2000)
The Rorschach Rating Scale: Item adequacy, scale development, and relations with the Big Five Model of personalityMark Bates, Carl Gacono, Gregory Meyer,Vol. 73 Iss. 2 (1999)
Implicit and self-attributed dependency needs in dependent and histrionic personality disordersRobert F. BornsteinVol. 71 Iss. 1 (1998)
The ability of the Rorschach to predict subsequent outcome: A meta-analysis of the Rorschach Prognostic Rating ScaleLeonard Handler, Gregory J. MeyerVol. 69 Iss. 1 (1997)
Construct validation of scales derived from the Rorschach method: A review of issues and introduction to the Rorschach Rating ScaleGregory J. MeyerVol. 67 Iss. 3 (1996)
The Big-Five factor structure as an integrative framework: An analysis of Clarke's AVA modelJohn Edward Hughes Jr., Lewis R. Goldberg, Peter F. Merenda, Dennis Sweeney,Vol. 66 Iss. 3 (1996)
A new method for detecting brain disorder by measuring perseveration in personality responsesAllan H. FrankleVol. 64 Iss. 1 (1995)
Face validity and fakability of objective and projective measures of dependencyRobert F. Bornstein, Eric L. Hill, Stephanie C. Rosser, Marianne L. StepanianVol. 63 Iss. 2 (1994)
The use of the Rorschach to differentiate unipolar and bipolar disordersVirginia Brabender, Hedy SingerVol. 60 Iss. 2 (1993)
The Rorschach test for predicting suicide among depressed adolescent inpatientsJudith G. Armstrong, Joyanna L. SilbergVol. 59 Iss. 2 (1992)
Early memories as expressions of relationship paradigms: A preliminary investigationMarvin Acklin, James Bibb, Pam Boyer, and Vijay JainVol. 57 Iss. 1 (1991)
Multimethod assessment of depression in sexually abused girlsLayla Kassem, Myra Leifer, Mary W. Martone, Jeremy P. Shapiro,Vol. 55 (1990)
Differentiation of death-row murderers and life-sentence murderers by antisociality and intelligence measuresAlfred HeilbrunVol. 54 (1990)
Searching for projection in the RorschachJohn E. Exner, Jr.Vol. 53 Iss. 3 (1989)
The MMPI and clinical diagnosis: A comparison of classification system outcomes with discharge diagnosesRobert P. Archer, Raymont A. Gordon, David L. Pancoast,Vol. 52 Iss. 1 (1988)
Respondent psychopathology and interpretive accuracy of the Personality Inventory for Children: The evaluation of a "most reasonable" assumptionCharles L. Gdowski, Rex B. Kline, David Lachar,Vol. 51 Iss. 2 (1987)
Boredom proneness: The development and correlates of a new scaleRichard Farmer and Norman D. SundbergVol. 50 Iss. 1 (1986)

The Martin Mayman Award

The Martin Mayman Award is bestowed annually for a distinguished contribution to the literature in personality assessment. Eligible contributions may consist of an outstanding case study, qualitative research project, or theoretical development. The Journal of Personality Assessment Editorial Board nominates outstanding articles from the previous year, each of which are then rated by the Editor and Associate Editors.

The Martin Mayman Award Winners

Article Title AuthorVolume Issue
Limitations in the Prediction of Mass Violence: Cautionary TalesRobert P. ArcherVol. 100 Iss. 5 (2018)
Evidence-Based Psychological AssessmentRobert F. BornsteinVol. 99 Iss. 4 (2017)
The "Feeling of Movement": Notes on the Rorschach Human Movement ResponseJames Kleiger, Pierro PorcelliVol. 98 Iss. 2 (2016)
How Transdiagnostic Factors of Personality and Psychopathology Can Inform Clinical Assessment and InterventionNicholas Eaton, Robert Krueger, Craig Rodgireuz-SejasVol. 97 Iss. 5 (2015)
A Review of Systems for Psychology and Psychiatry: Adaptive Systems, Personality Psychopathology Five (PSY-5), and the DSM-5Allan R. Harkness, Scott O. Lilienfeld, Allan R. Harkness,Vol. 96 Iss. 2 (2014)
Psychological Testing and Treatment Implications: We Can Say MoreAnthony D. BramVol. 95 Iss. 5 (2013)
Rorschach Score Validation as a Model for 21st-Century Personality AssessmentRobert F. BornsteinVol. 94 Iss. 1 (2012)
The Effectiveness of Therapeutic Assessment with an Adult Client: A Single-Case Study Using a Time-Series DesignFilippo Aschieri, Justin D. Smith,Vol. 94 Iss. 1 (2012)
Journeys through the Valley of Death: Multimethod Psychological Assessment and Personality Transformation in Long-Term PsychotherapyStephen E. FinnVol. 93 Iss. 2 (2011)
Conceptualization of Children’s Interpersonal Relatedness with the Rorschach: A Qualitative Multiple Case StudyBridget A. Rivera, Donald J. ViglioneVol. 92 Iss. 5 (2010)
The Relevance of the Rorschach and Patient-Examiner Relationship in Treatment Planning and Outcome AssessmentAnthony D. BramVol. 92 Iss. 2 (2010)
Testing the Effectiveness of Family Therapeutic Assessment: A Case Study Using a Time Series DesignLeonard Handler, Michael Nash, Justin D. Smith, Nicole WolfVol. 91 Iss. 6 (2009)
The Rorschach in the context of performance-based personality assessmentRobert E. McGrathVol. 90 Iss. 5 (2008)
An overview of issues related to the categorical and dimensional models of personality disorder assessmentRobert F. Bornstein, Steven K. Huprich,Vol. 89 Iss. 1 (2007)
Tell me a story: MMPI responses and personal biography in the case of a serial killerDavid S. NicholsVol. 86 Iss. 3 (2006)
Conceptual complexity and construct validityRobert E. McGrathVol. 85 Iss. 2 (2005)
Methodological issues in cross-cultural and multicultural Rorschach researchJames R. Allen, Richard H. DanaVol. 82 Iss. 2 (2004)
Therapeutic assessment of a man with "ADD"Stephen E. FinnVol. 80 Iss. 2 (2003)
Elaboration of some sequence analysis strategies: Examples and guidelines for level of confidenceMary Jo Peebles-KleigerVol. 79 Iss. 1 (2002)
A process dissociation approach to objective-projective test score interrelationshipsRobert F. BornsteinVol. 78 Iss. 1 (2002)
Toward more clinically relevant assessment researchRobert E. McGrathVol. 77 Iss. 2 (2001)
A relational interpretation of the Rorschach color determinantsCarol Groves OvertonVol, 75 Iss. 3 (2000)
Collaborative, individualized assessmentConstance T. FischerVol. 74 Iss. 1 (2000)
Making Rorschach interpretation as good as it can beIrving B. WeinerVol. 74 Iss. 2 (2000)
Testimony based on the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory: Review, commentary, and guidelinesRobert CraigVol. 73 Iss. 2 (1999)