The EAPA is a non-benefit association for individuals with a University degree (or proportional) who have added to the advancement of the mental evaluation. The EAPA tries to cover a wide assortment of points, for example, demonstrative procedures, appraisal of identity, insight, and conduct, observational and neuropsychological appraisal and also appraisal in the diversely connected fields, for example, clinical and wellbeing, instruction, work or assessment research.
At the principal European Congress of Psychology, held in Amsterdam in 1989, delegates of the Spanish Society of Psychological Assessment (SEEP) proposed the establishment of a European Association of Psychological Assessment. The proposition was generally welcomed, and in 1990 in Madrid, the SEEP was transformed into the European Association of Psychological Assessment (EAPA).
The EAPA was formally settled on June 7, 1990, with the accompanying individuals being chosen to the Executive Committee: R. Fernandez Ballesteros (President), K. Mill operator (Vice-President), B. De Raad (Secretary-General), M. Forns (Deputy Secretary), M.O. Marquez (Treasurer), and N. Bomholt, G.H. Fischer, F. Silva, and H. Westmeyer (Members).
The European Association of Psychological Assessment European Association of Psychological Assessment (EAPA) seeks after the accompanying points:
In spite of the fact that these points are sought after internationally, there is an accentuation of EAPA on Europe as far as areas of meetings and summer schools. Furthermore, EAPA expects to: