Review of <em>Handbook of gender and sexuality in psychological assessment</em>.

Reviews the book, Handbook of Gender and Sexuality in Psychological Assessment by Virginia M. Brabender and Joni L. Mihura (see record 2016-07457-000). The present book elucidates the influence of sex, gender, and gender identity on various aspects of the assessment process. The book is valuable and informative for students and early career clinicians working with psychological assessment. The book is also informative for the reader interested in research. The book is organized in six sections, each with contributions from authorities in their respective fields. This handbook presents information from many different angles. Most of the subjects discussed are applicable in different cultures, although, as the editors mention, the book is mostly focused on US literature. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2018 APA, all rights reserved)