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Steps[edit | edit source]

The guiding principle is to ask ourselves this question: "What would be helpful for a clinician?"

  1. Go to portfolio in question. These portfolios are on Wikiversity (category: assessment portfolios)
  2. Under section Diagnosis/Screening instruments”:
    1. Find free PDFs and link it
    2.  If not, state that it is not free – and we should contact the experts
  3. Make material more concise.
    1. Any other easy fixes?
      1. E.g., Age range, grammar, language
      2. Re-run the searches that were run 2 yrs ago
  4. Delete egregious examples of copyright infringement. Examples include removing DSM-5 material. When done, copy/paste the DSM-5 stuff (and all other stuff) in the Talk/Discuss page.
  5. Find expert email, and reach out

Groups: Spring 2018[edit | edit source]

Groups working on portfolios
Link to all portfolios: https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Category:Psychological_disorder_portfolios
Topics Team Members/Groups Experts/Email To-do document
  • OCD
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Schizophrenia



Lucy McClellan

Logan, Emma, Jenny, Minna

Traumatic brain injury

Logan, Jenny

Obsessive compulsive disorder

Jon Abramowitz (jabramowitz@unc.edu)

Traumatic brain injury

Gerry Gioia


Jack McClellan-Psychiatrist

  • OCD
  • PTSD
  • Risky Behaviors
  • Bipolar disorder
Bipolar Disorder

Carley Cook


Hannah Lucero



Shelby J.,Sanjana R.

Posttraumatic stress disorder

Annette LaGreca, Miami

Risky behaviors:

Kevin King - UW in Seattle

Bipolar disorder:

EAY and Greg Murray- Australia

  • Child abuse
  • Eating disorders
  • Adolescent substance use problems
Eating disorders:

Hannah Kim

Anna D.


Adolescent substance use:

Elissa S.

Wesley F.

Ariana, Hannah K. (eating disorders), Teresa, Anna D. (eating disorders), Elissa S. & Wesley F. (adolescent substance use)

Child abuse

Vicky Wolf (Canada)

Eating disorders

Anna Bardone-Cone (UNC)

Personality disorders

Rebecca Shiner (Colgate)

  • Child & Adolescent Depression
Child and Adolescent Depression and NSSI:

Kenny, Shelby A., Lauren, Brie M, Elizabeth

Child & Adolescent Depression

Ben Hankin Uni Illinois Chicago,

  • Nonsuicidal self injury

Kenny, Shelby A., Lauren, Brie M, Elizabeth

Non suicidal self injuryMatt Nock
  • Conduct disorder
Hannah K. Conduct disorder
  • Robert McMahon- Noncompliant child,
  • Oppositional defiant disorder
No one so far! Paul Frick

Callous and emotionality

Anxiety Anxiety disorders:

Shelby A



Emilee K.


Kate F.

Phil Kendall (pkendall@temple.edu)
Microbiome Lizzie


Assessment Links & Author Contact Information[edit | edit source]

If you find any measures online, in pdf or website form, please list them in this Google Doc : link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WX_59KuMShT-qz3Dviue2mlMS0HFMhJ4lPklDt9h9G0/edit?usp=sharing

Link/upload the measure you have found, and try to include as much information as possible regarding the creator or copyright holder. Add any information about the measure that you think is important - e.g. what does it look like, is it outdated, etc.