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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Differential Item Functioning, List Of Fables Characters, Internal Consistency

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How to develop a psychological test. Test conceptualization: test conceptualization, review the literature and develop a statement of need for the test
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Item Response Theory, Preference Test, Internal Consistency

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The problem of bias in psychological assessment. Mean difference of 1 sd in iq between black and white students. Drops to . 5 . 7 when ses is controlle
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Retail Clerk, Central Tendency, Empirical Relationship

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Tests used for employment and vocational testing do not necessarily break down into correct and incorrect answers. Employment and vocational testing of
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Face Validity, Takers, Informed Consent

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Best practices: legal and ethical issues. Professionals have responsibility to meet or exceed all technical, ethical, and legal standards that apply. G
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Block Design, Pathognomonicity, South Dakota Highway 15

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Neuropsychology: study of brain- behaviour relationships. Clinical neuropsychology: application of knowledge from neuropsychology applied to patient ca
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Psychoticism, Defecation, Dementia

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Moving toward using less inferential methods of assessing behaviour and basing diagnoses on observable behaviour. Schools mandate that special educatio
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Rorschach Test, Projective Test, Content Validity

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Psychologists conduct assessments, in which tests are used in conjunction with historical data, face to face contact, interview procedures, and experie
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Explicit Memory, Deductive Reasoning

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Cattell- horn- carroll (chc) theory of intelligence and its impact on contemporary: psychometric theories of intelligence. Psychometric approach to int
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -Social Desirability Bias, Confounding, Mitigating Factor

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Forensic applications of psychological assessment. Psychological tests are useful because: objective and quantifiable evidence. Forensic psychology: ap
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QUEEN'SPSYC 334Ronald R HoldenWinter

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes -High Tech, Acculturation, Traumatic Brain Injury

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Assessment accommodations are appropriate when a test involves abilities other than those of interest to perform well (e. g. , reading, vision). Someti
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