PSYC37H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Projective Test, Deductive Reasoning, Face Validity

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Tested were developed in part to help solve the problems that face modern societies. Personality traits refer to relatively enduring dispositions tendencies to act, think, or feel in a certain manner in any given circumstance and that distinguish one person from another. Personality types refer to general descriptions of people. Personality states refer to a person"s self-definition, or an organized and relatively. F to indicate whether the statement applied to them. An example of a structured personality-test item is respond yes" or no" to the statement i am happy": a projective test item may provide a picture of an inkblot and asks, what might this be? . In projective personality test, the stimulus is ambiguous and the subject has few guidelines about what type of response is required. Self-report questionnaire: a questionnaire that provides a list of statements about an individual and requires him or her to respond in some way to each, such as true or false.

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