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  Vocational Ability and Substance-Related Disorders and Psychometrics

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Vocational Ability and Substance-Related Disorders and Psychometrics

Complete the following table by choosing two disorders from the DSM-5’s substance-related disorders. Align your chosen disorders with the psychometric tests that may be used to assess them.

Psychological disorder DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for the psychological disorder Applicable psychometric test Description of the psychometric test (25–50 words each)

Respond to the following questions in 150–175 words each.

1. What are the most commonly used psychometric tests that evaluate vocational ability and interest? Describe each test, and explain how they differ.

2. Identify the main components of a treatment plan. Describe each component, and explain why it is necessary.

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