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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCH 281
Professor
Kisha Jones
Semester
Fall

Description
 Fall  2013  PSYCH  281  Exam  1  Checklist   This  is  a  not  a  study  guide.  This  is  a  checklist.     Make  sure  you  know  ALL  of  the  terms/topics  on  this  list.     Chapter  1   Chapter  6   Scientist-­‐practitioner  model   Testing  formats  (speed,  power,  computer  adaptive,   Hugo  Munsterberg   individual,  group,  P&P,  performance)   Army  Alpha/Beta  Test   Individual  differences   Bruce  Moore   Cognitive  ability  tests   Frederick  Taylor   Validity  coefficient   2 Frank  and  Lillian  Gilbreth   Incremental  validity  (R )   Scientific  Management   Specific  ability  tests  (types)   Elton  Mayo   Psychomotor  tests   The  Hawthorne  studies  &  the  Hawthorne  Effect   Emotional  intelligence   Human  Relations  Movement   Personality  tests   Henry  Murray   The  Big  Five  (which  predicts  performance  across  all  jobs?)     Integrity  Tests  (types)   Chapter  2  (Lecture  slides  only)   Vocational  interests   Construct   Work  samples  tests   Operationalization  (operational  definition)   Situational  judgment  tests   Experiment,  Quasi-­‐experiment,  Observational   Biodata     Correlation   Unstructured  vs.  Structured  Interviews   Restriction  of  range   Situational  vs.  behavioral  questions   Meta-­‐analysis   Assessment  Centers  (dimensions,  exercises)   All  types  of  reliability  (test -­‐retest,  equivalent  forms,  split-­‐half,   In-­‐basket/leaderless  group  discussion   Cronbach’s  alpha)   Realistic  job  preview   All  types  of  validity  (face ,  construct,  content,  criterion)       Chapter  7   Chapter  3   Recruitment   KSAOs   PE  
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