I. Theoretical Concepts

1. Introduction: The need for multimethod measurement in psychology

2. Conceptual, theoretical, and historical foundations of multimethod assessment

II. Assessment Methods

3. Global self-assessment

4. Informant assessment

5. Momentary capture of real-world data

6. Web based methods

7. Computer-based testing

8. Ability tests

9. Catching the mind in action: Implicit methods in personality research and assessment

10. Sequential observational methods

11. Quantitative text analysis

12. Multilevel Analysis: Physiological and biochemical methods

13. Brain imaging and related methods

14. Nonreactive methods in psychological research

15. Experimental methods of psychological assessment

III. Methods of Data Analysis

16. Methodological approaches for analyzing multimethod data

17. Assessing multimethod association with categorical variables

18. Multimethod item response theory

19. Multilevel models for multimethod measurements

20. Structural equation models for multitrait-multimethod data

21. Longitudinal methods

IV. Applications

22. Using multiple methods in personality psychology

23. Measuring emotions: Implications of a multi-method perspective

24. The evolution of concepts in research on human memory

25. Applying a multi-method perspective to the study of developmental psychology

26. Multimethod approaches in social psychology: Between and within method replication and multimethod assessment

27. Clinical psychology: Construct validation with multiple sources of information and multiple settings

28. Multimethod Approaches in health psychology

29. Multiple methods in industrial and organizational psychology: Expanding "methods" to include longitudinal designs

30. A Multiple Method Perspective on Self-concept Research in Educational Psychology: A Construct Validity Approach

31. The Finale: Take-home messages from the editors

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