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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Bench Press, Lewis Terman, Blind Experiment

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With multicultural users it is critical that you know the background of each participant and that you adapt the test for different cultures identify a
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

[PSY3307] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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Achievement test: measure what has already been learned in a specific academic area: main use: academic settings, example: course exam. Aptitude test:
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Andrea AshbaughWinter

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Final Guide: Knowledge Acquisition, False Positives And False Negatives, Job Performance

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UOTTAWAPSY 3307John DonohueSpring

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Construct Validity, Electrical Contacts, Internal Consistency

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Midterm: 10 qs, worth 100 marks + 5 bonuses, 2 bonus qs (worth 5 marks total; 1st worth 2, 2nd (cid:894)take(cid:374) f(cid:396)o(cid:373) neta(cid:859
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonWinter

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Group Testing, Heredity, Educational Testing Service

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Developing, evaluating, using, and summarizing psychological measures. Psychometrics as a unifying discipline in psychology. Psychometrics is important
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307AllFall

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Final Guide: Factor Analysis, Effect Size, Computational Problem

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Goal of measurement: manage information, streamline decision making. How do we measure performance: ppv, reliability (test-retest, parallel forms, cron
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307AllFall

Psychometrics Final Review.docx

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Is estimated: refers to the degree to which test scores are free from errors of measurement, does not imply validity ex. 3 measures of reliability: tes
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Darcy SantorFall

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Latent Variable, Semantic Differential, Double Negative

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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Deanna C WhelanFall

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Malingering, Focus Group, Psych

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Why psychological testing matters: to understand impact, we need to understand the principles of measurement, practitioner/application of behavioural s
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Andrea AshbaughWinter

PSY 3307 Study Guide - Final Guide: Takers, Confidence Interval, Revised Neo Personality Inventory

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Spearman brown: calculated split half correlation of . 80 for test split randomly in half. Interested in knowing estimated reliability of full length v
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Wilhelm Wundt, Operational Definition, Body Odor

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Cruella would not describe herself as the type of person who cares about animal rights, but she says that she does when filling out a survey for a psyc
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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 2: CVG4150 Tutorial #2_2017

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 4: CVG4150 Tutorial #4_2017

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 1: CVG4150 Tutorial

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 5: CVG4150 Tutorial #5_2017

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A section of a six-lane (three lanes in each direction) freeway on level terrain is to be designed to carry a heavy volume of 3000 veh/h, consisting of
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UOTTAWAMCG 3131Ahsan AhmedSummer

MCG 3131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Plain Bearing, Friction, Viscosity

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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Brass Instrument, Wilhelm Wundt, Psychometrics

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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Child Abuse, Blood Test, Dementia

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Guidelines to protect the rights of the participants and the experimenters. Protect against someone using the experimenters data wrongly. Set standards
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sat, Personality Test, School Breakfast Program

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Measure what has already been learned in a specific academic area. Potential to learn or to perform under specific situations. Assess potential for lea
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Psychological Testing, Value Judgment, School Breakfast Program

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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Readwrite

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Larger sa(cid:373)ple size, (cid:271)e(cid:272)ause you do(cid:374)"t (cid:374)eed to spend the time sending interviews out. Does(cid:374)"t (cid:272)o
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307AllWinter

Course Notes-PSY 3307

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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY3307 Lecture 10: Reliability

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In testing reliability refers to consistency and repeatability. If something is unreliable then it has measurement error. Bathroom scales vary by 1 kg,
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sampling Bias

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Doesn"t cost as much as in-person interviews. Can get more qualitative information than written surveys. Biased sample (the types of people who actuall
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY3307 Lecture 2: Psychometrics Lecture 2

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Achievement test: measure what has already been learned in a specific academic area: main use: academic settings, example: course exam. Aptitude test:
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Social Desirability Bias, False Precision, Focus Group

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Use convenient language and relevant time periods. Sources of ideas: existing scales, experts, focus group, literature review, existing theoretical fra
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Psychological Testing, Intellectual Disability, Takers

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Apa"s ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct. The standards for educational and psychological testing: standards for educational testi
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Psychological Testing, Personality Test, Lewis Terman

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In most definitions, most professionals reference a psychological test as a procedure, instrument, or a device that measures samples of behaviors in or
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Jargon

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Surveys: instruments used to collect important information from individuals. Surveys differ from psychological tests in two ways: 1) psychological test
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Takers, Lewis Terman, Bench Press

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The results of psychological tests can effect our immediate environment (ie. criteria for diagnosing mental disorders, acceptance into graduate schools
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Focus Group

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Chapter 10 key words: constructing and administering surveys & using survey data. Surveys: instruments used for gathering information from a sample of
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307John DonohueSpring

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Standardized Test, Nominal Level

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An introduction: tests are always occurring in our lives, when born, agpar assesses appearance (colour), pulse), grimace (response to stimulation), act
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307John DonohueSpring

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Internal Consistency, Inter-Rater Reliability, Electrical Contacts

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38: test scores: truth or dare, reliability is based on separation of different components of what makes up any test score. I didn"t study enough; i fe
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY3307 Chapter 1-3, 10: MIDTERM TEXTBOOK NOTES Psychometric Methods - Chapter 1-3, 10

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3 defining characteristics of psychological tests: a good test should representatively sample the behaviours thought to measure an attribute or predict
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Elizabeth KristjanssonFall

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Semantic Differential, Likert Scale, Operational Definition

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Chapter ten: survey construction, administration, and use of survey data. Instruments used to collect important information for individuals. Psychologi
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UOTTAWAPSY 3307Andrea AshbaughWinter

PSY 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-7: Classical Test Theory, Standard Error, Performance Appraisal

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