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William A.
McConochie, Ph.D
  
License # 225, Oregon

  

Clinical and Research
Psychologist


 
Available Tests

Below is a list of all the tests I currently have available.  If you would like to view the available tests by categorical relevancy, please return to our homepage and select the relevant group.


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McConochie ADHD Scale (McADHD)
 
This 58-item test has been normed on both children and adults. The report provides separate scores for Attention Deficit and for Hyperactivity. It also provides an "alternative explanation score", based on included brief measures of Big Five personality traits and intelligence. Research has shown that this alternative explanation dimension correlates highly with ADHD symptoms as reported by the client (or rating parent). Many cases of ADHD appear explained by extreme scores on normal personality traits and intelligence.

 
Length of Test: 10 minutes
Price:
$5.95


McConochie Depression Scale (McDep)
 
This 70-item scale measures symptoms of clinical depression, including several section scores, as for suicidality and sleep problems. It includes a fake bad scale and 13 causal items (e.g. lack of friends, severe losses and chronic pain). This test has validity data superior to the Beck Depression Inventory, detailed in the manual, which also provides diagnostic suggestions by score level.

Length of Test: 10 minutes
Price:
$7.95


McConochie Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Scale (McPTSD)
 
This 44-item scale measures symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and provides separate scores for McPTSD, prepheral (combat-related) McPTSD, Suicidality and a fake bad measure.

Length of Test: 10-15 minutes
Price:
$5.95


The Big Five Inventory (BFI)
 
This 44-item test, developed by Oliver P. John, Ph.D. and V. Benet-Martinez in 1998, is in the public domain and has been normed on tens of thousands of adults. It provides a score for each of the Big Five personality traits (Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Emotional Stability, Extroversion and Intellect or Openness). Scores on these traits can often explain important issues for adults and thus simplify counseling efforts. For example, an extrovert working as a night janitor was depressed. Finding a day job, where he could relate to other people, went a long way toward relieving his depression.

Length of Test: 10 minutes
Price:
FREE!


McConochie Anxiety and Worry Scale (McA&W)
 
This 90-item scale measures symptoms of clinical anxiety and provides several section scores to help you make differential diagnoses between various anxiety disorders (agoraphobia, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, paranoia, etc.). It also provides a separate measure of worry and information about what, specifically, worries the client.

Length of Test: 15-20 minutes
Price:
$7.95


McConochie Quick Verbal Quotient (McQVQ)
 
This 60-item true-false test takes 10-15 minutes. You can use a pocket calculator for the few arithmetic items. It has five separate types of questions similar to those in a widely used clinical I.Q. test, the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale. The areas are Vocabulary, Similarities, Arithmetic, Decisions (Comprehension) and Information. The McQVQ provides a score that is likely to be close to your Wechsler I.Q.

Length of Test: 10-15 minutes
Age Level: Adults
Price:
$5.95


McConochie Child Quick Verbal Quotient (McC-QVQ)
 
The McC-QVQ 201-item test measuring 5 of the dimensions of verbal intelligence measured by the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children: Information, Similarities, Arithmetic, Comprehension, Vocabulary and a total Verbal I.Q.

Length of Test: 15-20 minutes
Age Range: Ages 6 to 16
Price:
$12.95


McConochie Big Seven Child Personality Index (McBSI)
 
This 58-item test measures seven normal personality traits of children: Extroversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, Openness, Tranquility and Activity Level. It provides separate scores for each trait. Research shows that clinically referred children as a group tend to be lower than non-clinical children on all seven traits. Therefore, this personality information is important in understanding one's children as a parent and clinically referred children as a clinician. Completed by a teenager, or by a parent rating a child.

Length of Test: 10 minutes to administer
Age Range: Ages 6 to 16
Price:
$5.95


The McConochie Emotion Handling Skills Inventory (McEMOT)
 
This 60-item inventory measures skills for handling 5 positive emotions (friendliness, gratefulness, interest, happiness and strong social attraction) and 5 negative emotions (anger, loneliness, depression, fear and guilt). Scores provided for all feelings and for positive, negative an total skills. Research has shown that low scores correspond with high clinical anxiety, worry and depression. Can be used to focus counseling and self-development.

Length of Test: 10 minutes
Age Level: Adults
Price:
$7.95


The Big 5/45 and CAPPs Report
 
The Big 5/45 is a comprehensive personality profile. It has 485 items that measure the Big Five personality traits (Extroversion, Agreeableness, Openness or Intellectual Interests, Emotional Stability and Conscientiousness). There are 9 facet scores within each of the 5 main traits.

In addition to scores on all 45 facets and total scores, you will receive hints on which of 305 jobs for which your personality might suit you. For many jobs, however, personality is not a strong predictor, so don't put too much faith in the job scores. More than by personality per se, career interests seem to be formed by experience, persons after whom we model ourselves, educational opportunities and on-the-job experiences.

Length of Test: 40-60 minutes
Age Level: Adults
Price:
$19.95


The McConochie Driver Battery (McDB)
 
This is a library of tests designed specifically to screen applicants for the job of heavy truck driver. The tests appear in a re-useable test booklet and include measures of the following:

  • Intelligence: Mental Skills, Map Reading and Memory (30 items each)
  • Driver Personality: Communication skills, Personal life, Work ethic, Safety habits and Loyalty (30 items each)
  • Factual Knowledge: General knowledge of trucking, Hazardous materials, and Load-handling skills (for 10 types of loads: Dry vans, Flatbeds, Reefers, Tank trucks, Dry tanks, Pickup and Delivery, Doubles and Triples, Log trucks, Mixers (cement), and Moving vans.) (28-30 items each)

Length of Test: 1-2 hours
Pricing Structure:
Please consult http://www.truckdriverexam.com/pricing/ for pricing information.


McConochie At Risk for Violence Test (McARFV)
 
This 58-item questionnaire assesses ten traits that put children and adults at risk for delinquent and criminal behavior, including violent acts. Persons with elevated scores on this test are more prone to antisocial behaviors than those with lower scores. Knowing specific areas of at-riskness can help change them, as by improving friendships and career satisfaction, being less rigid in thinking, feeling guilty and sorry for wrongdoing and reducing access to guns and violent movies, video games and music. You may also choose to seek professional assistance to explore your specific areas of at-riskness.

Length of Test: 10 minutes
Price:
$7.95


Helping Adolescents and Adults Plan Inventory (HAAPI)
 
The HAAPI is a 305-item inventory designed to measure all of the factors that prior research has associated with delinquent behavior, such as difficult family circumstances, drug and alcohol abuse at an early age, associating with delinquent peers and poor feeling management skills. The HAAPI includes the McARFV within it (see McARFV above). It provides separate scores for each of the many dimensions measured. Initial norming was done on only 33 teenagers, so additional norming is needed. Clinicians and researchers interested in helping with such norming should contact me, especially if they can foresee immediate use of the instrument in their settings once the HAAPI is normed. This test could easily be adapted for use with adults also, simply by norming it on adults.

Length of Test: An hour, or more, depending on reading skill
Age Level: Adults & Teens
Price:
None until norming is expanded


McConochie Generic Battery (McGB)
 
This is a library of several tests from which you can select several to assess intelligence, personality traits and other job-specific traits. Typically, a company will select three intelligence measures, five personality measures and one or two job-specific measures. The test questions appear in two printed test booklets, which are re-useable, or the test can be taken directly over the internet. For the printed version, answers are entered on a separate answer sheet.

The tests available (with number of questions) are:

  • Intelligence: Verbal (30), Spatial (30), Memory (25).
  • Personality: Extroversion (30), Agreeableness (30), Conscientiousness (30), Emotional Stability (30), and Openness.
  • High school level factual knowledge: Math (28), English (28), Chemistry (28), General Science (28).
  • Business management aptitude (58), Business activity preferences (58).
  • Nursing activity preferences (58).
  • Gardening knowledge Test (28).
  • Occupational stress tolerance 58 (for physical, social, pollution, danger and competition stresses).
  • Job problem behaviors (35): Theft, turnover, substance abuse, lateness/laziness and anger problems.
  • Violence and criminal-proneness (58). This is the McARFV test, described elsewhere in this site.

Pricing Structure: A report of all the scores and a brief description of the traits measured will be sent to your e-mail address. Your account will be billed automatically. $5.00 per 30-item test. A typically battery runs $50.00 or a bit more, depending on the number of tests uses.

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