The APPIC definition of an integrated psychological testing report is a report that includes a review of history, results of an interview and at least two psychological tests from one or more of the following categories: personality measures, intellectual tests, cognitive tests, and neuropsychological tests. This does not include reports written from an interview that is only history-taking, a clinical interview, and/or only the completion of behavioral rating forms, where no additional psychological tests are administered.

We have developed the Integrated Report Checklist and recommend that all students and supervisors review and complete this checklist prior to beginning an assessment to ensure that the assessment will meet the Integrated Report criteria. If there is a question, please send the checklist to Colby Chlebowski, JDP practicum coordinator, for review or consult.

Integrated Report Checklist – Please use this form to ensure that your planned assessment meets the APPIC criteria for an Integrated Report.