Foundations of Psychological Testing
Authors Sandra McIntire and Leslie Miller have accomplished what few before them have been able to. They have written a Psychological Testing book that is designed to lay a true foundation for learning and understanding. The primary objective of this text is not to dwell on the details of individual psychological tests, but to focus on the core concepts/psychometrics required to gain an appreciation of how to use the tests properly. Written in response to a growing need for a textbook on psychological testing conducive to maximal student learning, An Introduction Psychological Testing, gives students an understanding of the basic concepts, issues and tools used in psychological testing. It then effectively illustrates how these concepts, issues, and tools are relevant to them in everyday educational, clinical, and organizational settings.
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WHAT ARE PSYCHOLOGICAL rests?
The deﬁning characteristics of psychological tests
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Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach
Leslie A. Miller,Robert L. Lovler
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ability achievement tests African American altemate American Psychological Association answer appropriate behavior calculate central tendency Chapter clinical coefﬁcient alpha computer-based tests concem construct validity content validity correlation coefﬁcient criterion criterion-related validity decisions deﬁned deﬁnition determine difﬁcult discuss distribution of scores educational estimate ethical standards evaluate exam example ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁrst format grade Greater Depth individual’s individuals inﬂuence intelligence tests intemal consistency interview Inventory level of measurement math mean mental method MMPI nomological network norm group norm-referenced tests ofﬁce Overview of Psychological performance personality tests pilot predict professional psychological tests psychologists Psychometric Principles qualiﬁed raw scores reﬂect reliability and validity response sample scales scientiﬁc SECTION Two Psychometric signiﬁcant skills speciﬁc standard deviation Summary Box survey test administration test developers test manual test measures test takers test users test-retest test’s tion types validity coefﬁcient