Assessment may be defined as “a conceptual, problem-solving process of gathering dependable, relevant information about an individual, group, or institution to make informed decisions” (Turner, DeMers, Fox, & Reed, 2001, p. 1100). The importance of assessment to psychology cannot be overstated, as psychological testing may be considered “a defining practice of professional psychology since the field’s inception” (Camera, Nathan, & Puente , 2000, p. 141). The outcomes of psychological assessment may be life-altering, such as placing a child in special education classes, denying an applicant a job, or altering treatment of a patient.