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Lecture 3

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC37H3
Professor
Bouffard

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Lecture 3
Cross Cultural Issues
Assume all tests holds some bias
Know there are times when appropriate to test and when not
Use only tests demonstrating good validity and reliability
Use only tests that have been constructed using sound research procedures be in touch with your
own biases and prejudices
How to chose good tests relevant to the situation at
How to administer score and interpret tests within the cultural context of client
Know and consider implications that testing may have for client
Advocate for clients when tests are shown to be biased
Treat people humanly during process
Rights regarding testing and results
The client has the right to know:
Purpose of testing
Name of and rationales for selected tests
Results of testing
To determine, through signed release of information, who will have access to the testing
information (interview information, raw scores, tests reports) in your client
PHIPA- testing policy
Ethical Issues in Assessment
Properly administer as they were standardized
Competence:
Level A
oTests that can be administered scored and interpreted by responsible nonpsychologists who
have carefully read the manual and are familiar with overall purpose of testing
Level B
oTests that require technical knowledge and advanced course work in statistics individual
differences
Level C
oRequire an advanced degree in psychology or licensure as a psychologist
Test security: keep integrity of test content
Test scoring and interpretation: when scoring and interpret, understand limitations of test info
Ethical code websites: APAs
Making Ethical Decisions
Moral model
oAutonomy
oBeneficence
oNonmalficene
oJustice or fairness
oFidelity
Expectancy Effects
Rosenthal effects
oTendency for results to conform to experimenters’ expectations unless stringent safeguards
are instituted to minimize human bias
Subjects provide data that confirm the experimenters expectancies
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Lecture 3 Cross Cultural Issues Assume all tests holds some bias Know there are times when appropriate to test and when not Use only tests demonstrating good validity and reliability Use only tests that have been constructed using sound research procedures be in touch with your own biases and prejudices How to chose good tests relevant to the situation at How to administer score and interpret tests within the cultural context of client Know and consider implications that testing may have for client Advocate for clients when tests are shown to be biased Treat people humanly during process Rights regarding testing and results The client has the right to know: Purpose of testing Name of and rationales for selected tests Results of testing To determine, through signed release of information, who will have access to the testing information (interview information, raw scores, tests reports) in your client PHIPA- testing policy Ethical Issues in Assessment Properly administer as they were standardized Competence: Lev
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