The Psychological Report
The psychological report is the culmination of the referral process. Each section of the report attempts to provide the relevant data gathered during the testing session. The length, detail, and format of the psychological report vary depending on the purposes of the report, questions to be answered, complexity of the case, referral source, and, of course, the writing style of the psychologist. Ancillary information concerning the case is usually communicated either verbally or in writing by means of a cover letter to the referring clinician.
KeywordsPsychological Report Referral Source Academic Problem Specific Learning Disability Wide Range Achievement Test
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