Psychological testing: Design, analysis, and use

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Allyn and Bacon, Feb 3, 1995 - Education - 509 pages
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This book fills the gap in the undergraduate market for a one that is manageable both in length and in readability. Students learn not only what kinds of information are provided by testing, but also how to construct, administer, and evaluate tests themselves.

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Contents

PRINCIPLES OF TEST DESIGN
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USE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS
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TESTING AND SCALES OF MEASUREMENT
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