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attached is the rubric for this milestone, milestones 1 &2 feedback, and the case study for this project.

PSY 335 Milestone Three Guidelines and Rubric (Draft of Conclusions, Recommendations, and Reflection)

Prompt: This milestone provides you an opportunity to work more closely with your data by requiring you to identify common themes that emerged from the data, to analyze the reliability and validity of the data, to offer recommendations for the client, and to reflect on the entire process. Milestone Three also provides you an opportunity to reflect on the work you did in the first two milestones.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

IV. Conclusions a) Given test behaviors, how confident are you in your results? Rationalize and justify your opinion with research. b) Address the common themes and/or contradictions in your client’s test results. What common themes emerged from the data? In your response,

relate the results to the referral question. What information in your data is most relevant to your referral question? c) Discuss the limitations of testing or threats to the reliability or validity of the results. What suggestions would you make for additional

assessment? d) What evidence do you have to report to the psychologist to help her make a diagnosis? How might this evidence inform her diagnosis?

Thoroughly explain your conclusion.

V. Recommendations a) Given the conclusions you made, explain whether or not you have enough information to make recommendations for treatment or other

interventions. If so, identify, explain, and justify with research what your recommendations for future assessments would be. b) Explain how your recommendations are consistent with evidence-based practice by relating your response to current and relevant research.

VI. Reflection a) Upon completion of your recommendations section, reflect on the process and work you did to create this report. Address what evidence you

found most useful and why. b) What additional client information would have been useful? How would you obtain it? c) What have you learned through this process? What would you like to know more about?

Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your paper must be submitted as a two- to three-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format.

Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value Conclusions: Results Thoroughly explains justification

and comfort level in the results recommended using relevant research

Explains justification and comfort level in results, but response is not logical and is not supported with relevant research

Does not explain justification or comfort level in results

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Conclusions: Common Themes/Contradictions

Identifies common themes among the test results, observations, and background history; attempts to reconcile contradictory information and provides supporting detail

Identifies common themes among the test results, observations, and background history; attempts to reconcile contradictory information, but response lacks detail or is incomplete

Does not identify common themes among the test results, observations, and background history; no attempt to reconcile contradictory information

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Conclusions: Reliability/Validity

Summarizes potential limitations of the testing as it relates to reliability/validity of the data obtained and suggests additional assessments

Provides a summary of the reliability/validity of the data obtained, but response is illogical and/or suggestions for additional assessments are inaccurate

Does not summarize potential limitations of the testing as it relates to reliability/validity of the data obtained or suggest additional assessments

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Conclusions: Evidence Relates logical, evidence- supported conclusions to the presenting issue, background, observations, and test results in order to inform diagnosis

Relates conclusions to the presenting issue, background, observations, and test results, but response is not backed by evidence or logic

Does not relate conclusions to the presenting issue, background, observations, or test results

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Recommendations: Justify

Explains whether current level of testing is sufficient or not and justifies recommendations for future assessments

Explains whether current level of testing is sufficient or not, but response is not thorough and does not justify recommendations for future assessments

Does not explain whether current level of testing is sufficient or not; does not justify recommendations

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Recommendations: Evidence-Based Practice

Clearly relates recommendations to current and relevant research

Relates recommendations to current and relevant research, but response lacks clarity and succinctness and fails to support with relevant and current research

Does not relate recommendations to current and relevant research

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Reflection: Evidence Description of decision-making process is credible and thorough and supports response with examples

Description of decision-making process lacks credibility and detail, with inconsistent use of examples

Does not provide description of decision-making process

10

Reflection: Client Information

Clearly identifies and provides strong rationale for additional information and suggests a way to obtain the information

Identifies and provides rationale for additional information and suggests a way to obtain the information, but response lacks clarity

Does not identify or provide rationale for additional information or suggest a way to obtain the information

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Reflection: Process Provides clear examples of insights or learning gained through the report-writing process; includes examples of areas for further study

Provides examples of insights or learning gained through the report-writing process, but response lacks clarity and/or omits examples of areas for further study

Does not provide examples of insights or learning gained through the report-writing process and does not include examples of areas for further study

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Articulation of Response

Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

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Earned Total 100%

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