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PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Raymond Cattell, David Wechsler

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PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Observational Error, Measuring Instrument, Standard Error

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PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10-11: Trait Theory, Validity Scale, Score Test

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Thoughts, feelings, behaviors, goals, and interests of normal individuals: humanistically oriented models: people have clear, well-defined goals and ar
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PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12-15: Criterion Validity, Validity Scale, Trait Theory

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An individual"s unique constellation of psychological traits that is relatively stable over time. The measurement and evaluation of psychological trait
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PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Concurrent Validity, Psychological Testing, Content Validity

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PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Guttman Scale, Content Validity, Item Number

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PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Personnel Selection, Decision Theory, Base Rate

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The practical value of using a test to aid in decision making. Judgements concerning the utility of a test are made on the basis of test reliability an
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