2nd International Congress on Mental Health
University of Turin, Italy
Luciano Giromini, PhD, is lecturer in the Department of Psychology, and core faculty member for the Ph.D. program in Psychological, Anthropological and Educational Sciences of the University of Turin, Italy. He has taught psychological assessment and psychometrics at two Italian and one Californian universities, and is currently the coordinator the Evidence-Based Psychological Assessment research team of University of Turin. He is one of the authors of the Inventory of Problems (IOP-29) and a member of the R-PAS Research and Development group. His published works focus on assessment, malingering, and cross-cultural adaptations of psychological assessment tools. Some of his neuro-physiological studies have been the recipient of important, internationally recognized awards (e.g., the Mary Cerney Award, issued by the Society for Personality Assessment), so that Dr. Giromini was issued an “Alien of Extraordinary Ability in Personality Assessment” U.S. Visa by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Abstract : Using the Inventory of Problems – 29 (IOP-29) to evaluate the credibility of various mental illness complaints
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