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609 - 14th Street NW, Suite 501
Calgary, AB, T2N 2A1
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Dr. Ranson is a registered psychologist with 20 years of professional practice helping individuals and couples resolve their inner, interpersonal, or circumstantial difficulties to live happier, more satisfying, and more successful lives. See what she treats, review her approach, confirm her credentials, ask her a question, or book an appointment. 

Publications

Ranson, M. L., Nichols, D. S., Rouse, S.V., & Harrington, J. (2009). Changing or replacing an established standard: Issues, goals, and problems, with special reference to recent developments in the MMPI-2. In Butcher, James N. (Ed), Clinical personality assessment: Practical approaches (3rd ed.). New York, NY, US: Oxford University Press.

Ranson, M. L. (2009). Improving MMPI-2 Clinical Scale Independence: A Critique of the Theoretically Informed "Restructured Clinical (RC) Scales" and an Investigation into Empirical Markers for Reconstruction. Doctoral Dissertation. Fielding Graduate University, 2009.

Ranson, M. L."An investigation into alternate solutions for Clinical Scale covariation: Comparisons among the Clinical Scales, the RC Scales, and a new set of modified clinical scales." Society for Personality Assessment Annual Conference 2009, March 7, 2009, Chicago.

Friedman, W. F., Russo, A. G., & Ranson, M. L. (2004). "Enhancing the clinical utility of the CS Rorschach by teaching inqury skills at a distance: A quantitative analysis of improvement over a 5-week Internet course." Society for Personality Assessment Midwinter Program 2004, March 11, 2004, Miami, Florida.

Friedman, W. F., Ranson, M. L., & Russo, A. G. (2003). "Teaching Rorschach inquiry skills at a distance." Poster Session. Society of Personality Assessment Midwinter Program 2003, March 22, 2003, San Francisco, California.