Psychological testing: Design, analysis, and use
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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PRINCIPLES OF TEST DESIGN
USE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS
TESTING AND SCALES OF MEASUREMENT
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ability tests achievement tests administration alternate-choice answers assessment attitudes average behavior calculate Chapter characteristics clinical clinicians confidence interval construct construct validity content validity correct correlation counseling criterion scores criterion validity coefficient criterion-referenced scores criterion-referenced tests determine distractors distribution domain earned employees estimate evaluation example factors formula frequency grade Homework identify indicates intelligence test interpret item difficulty item discrimination item formats job performance linear linear regression mean measurement error multiple-choice norm group norm-referenced scores norm-referenced tests normal distribution objective percentile ranks personality tests Practice Box predict predictor problems procedure projective tests psychological tests psychologists questions Quiz raw score regression relationship reliability and validity responses sample scale of measurement score differences selection sets of scores skills specific split-half standard deviation standard scores statements statistical subtests Table techniques test developer test items test takers test-taker total number true score validity analysis variables Wechsler z-scores