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Psychological testing and assessment : an introduction to tests and measurement

Author: Ronald Jay Cohen; Mark E Swerdlik; Edward Sturman
Publisher: New York, NY : McGraw-Hill, ©2013.
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Acquaints readers with historical, legal, ethical, and cultural issues, and then provide the information necessary to understand psychometric concepts such as reliability, validity, and utility. This  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Jay Cohen; Mark E Swerdlik; Edward Sturman
ISBN: 9780078035302 0078035309 0071318275 9780071318273
OCLC Number: 784125250
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Psychological Testing and Assessment --
Testing And Assessment --
Psychological Testing And Assessment Defined --
The Tools Of Psychological Assessment --
The Test --
The Interview --
The Portfolio --
Case History Data --
Behavioral Observation --
Role-Play Tests --
Computers As Tools --
Other Tools --
Who, What, Why, How, And Where? --
Who Are The Parties? --
In What Types Of Settings Are Assessments Conducted, And Why? --
How Are Assessments Conducted? --
Where To Go For Authoritative Information: Reference Sources --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Stephen Finn --
Close-Up Should Observers Be Parties To The Assessment Process? --
Everyday Psychometrics Everyday Accommodations --
Self-Assessment --
2.Historical, Cultural, and Legal/Ethical Considerations --
A Historical Perspective --
Antiquity To The Nineteenth Century --
The Twentieth Century --
Culture And Assessment --
Evolving Interest In Culture-Related Issues --
Contents note continued: Some Issues Regarding Culture And Assessment --
Tests And Group Membership --
Legal And Ethical Considerations --
The Concerns Of The Public --
The Concerns Of The Profession --
The Rights Of Testtakers --
Close-Up The Controversial Career Of Henry Herbert Goddard --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Nathaniel V. Mohatt --
Everyday Psychometrics Life-Or-Death Psychological Assessment --
Self-Assessment --
3.A Statistics Refresher --
Scales Of Measurement --
Nominal Scales --
Ordinal Scales --
Interval Scales --
Ratio Scales --
Measurement Scales In Psychology --
Describing Data --
Frequency Distributions --
Measures Of Central Tendency --
Measures Of Variability --
Skewness --
Kurtosis --
The Normal Curve --
The Area Under The Normal Curve --
Standard Scores --
Z Scores --
T Scores --
Other Standard Scores --
Correlation And Inference --
The Concept Of Correlation --
The Pearson R --
The Spearman Rho --
Graphic Representations Of Correlation --
Contents note continued: Meta-Analysis --
Everyday Psychometrics Consumer (Of Graphed Data), Beware! --
Close-Up The Normal Curve And Psychological Tests --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Benoit Verdon --
Self-Assessment --
4.Of Tests and Testing --
Some Assumptions About Psychological Testing And Assessment --
Assumption 1: Psychological Traits And States Exist --
Assumption 2: Psychological Traits And States Can Be Quantified And Measured --
Assumption 3: Test-Related Behavior Predicts Non-Test-Related Behavior --
Assumption 4: Tests And Other Measurement Techniques Have Strengths And Weaknesses --
Assumption 5: Various Sources Of Error Are Part Of The Assessment Process --
Assumption 6: Testing And Assessment Can Be Conducted In A Fair And Unbiased Manner --
Assumption 7: Testing And Assessment Benefit Society --
What's A "Good Test"? --
Reliability --
Validity --
Other Considerations --
Norms --
Sampling To Develop Norms --
Types Of Norms --
Contents note continued: Fixed Reference Group Scoring Systems --
Norm-Referenced Versus Criterion-Referenced Evaluation --
Culture And Inference --
Everyday Psychometrics Putting Tests To The Test --
Close-Up How "Standard" Is Standard In Measurement? --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Steve Julius And Dr. Howard W. Atlas --
Self-Assessment --
5.Reliability --
The Concept Of Reliability --
Sources Of Error Variance --
Reliability Estimates --
Test-Retest Reliability Estimates --
Parallel-Forms And Alternate-Forms Reliability Estimates --
Split-Half Reliability Estimates --
Other Methods Of Estimating Internal Consistency --
Measures Of Inter-Scorer Reliability --
Using And Interpreting A Coefficient Of Reliability --
The Purpose Of The Reliability Coefficient --
The Nature Of The Test --
The True Score Model Of Measurement And Alternatives To It --
Reliability And Individual Scores --
The Standard Error Of Measurement --
Contents note continued: The Standard Error Of The Difference Between Two Scores --
Everyday Psychometrics The Reliability Defense And The Breathalyzer Test --
Close-Up Item Response Theory (IRT) --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Bryce B. Reeve --
Self-Assessment --
6.Validity --
The Concept Of Validity --
Face Validity --
Content Validity --
Criterion-Related Validity --
What Is A Criterion? --
Concurrent Validity --
Predictive Validity --
Construct Validity --
Evidence Of Construct Validity --
Validity, Bias, And Fairness --
Test Bias --
Test Fairness --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Adam Shoemaker --
Close-Up Base Rates And Predictive Validity --
Everyday Psychometrics Adjustment Of Test Scores By Group Membership: Fairness In Testing Or Foul Play? --
Self-Assessment --
7.Utility --
What Is Utility? --
Factors That Affect A Test's Utility --
Utility Analysis --
What Is A Utility Analysis? --
How Is A Utility Analysis Conducted? --
Contents note continued: Some Practical Considerations --
Methods For Setting Cut Scores --
The Angoff Method --
The Known Groups Method --
IRT-Based Methods --
Other Methods --
Everyday Psychometrics Rethinking The "Costs" Of Testing And Of Not Testing --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Erik Viirre --
Close-Up Utility Analysis: An Illustration --
Self-Assessment --
8.Test Development --
Test Conceptualization --
Some Preliminary Questions --
Pilot Work --
Test Construction --
Scaling --
Writing Items --
Scoring Items --
Test Tryout --
What Is A Good Item? --
Item Analysis --
The Item-Difficulty Index --
The Item-Reliability Index --
The Item-Validity Index --
The Item-Discrimination Index --
Item-Characteristic Curves --
Other Considerations In Item Analysis --
Qualitative Item Analysis --
Test Revision --
Test Revision As A Stage In New Test Development --
Test Revision In The Life Cycle Of An Existing Test --
The Use Of IRT In Building And Revising Tests --
Contents note continued: Everyday Psychometrics Psychometrics In The Classroom --
Close-Up Designing An Item Bank --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Scott Birkeland --
Self-Assessment --
9.Intelligence and Its Measurement --
What Is Intelligence? --
Intelligence Defined: Views Of The Lay Public --
Intelligence Defined: Views Of Scholars And Test Professionals --
Factor-Analytic Theories Of Intelligence --
The Information-Processing View --
Measuring Intelligence --
Types Of Tasks Used In Intelligence Tests --
Theory In Intelligence Test Development And Interpretation --
Intelligence: Some Issues --
Nature Versus Nurture --
The Stability Of Intelligence --
The Construct Validity Of Tests Of Intelligence --
Other Issues --
A Perspective --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Barbara C. Pavlo --
Everyday Psychometrics Being Gifted --
Close-Up Culture-Fair, Culture-Loaded --
Self-Assessment --
10.Tests of Intelligence --
The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales --
Contents note continued: The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales: Fifth Edition --
The Wechsler Tests --
The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Fourth Edition (WAIS-IV) --
The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fourth Edition (WISC-IV) --
The Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence-Third Edition (WPPSI-III) --
Short Forms --
The Wechsler Tests in Perspective --
Other Measures Of Intelligence --
Tests Designed for Individual Administration --
Tests Designed for Group Administration --
Measures of Cognitive Style and Specific Intellectual Abilities --
Close-Up Factor Analysis --
Everyday Psychometrics The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB): A Test You Can Take --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Rebecca Anderson --
Self-Assessment --
11.Assessment for Education --
The Role Of Testing And Assessment In Education --
Response To Intervention (RtI) --
Dynamic Assessment --
Achievement Tests --
Measures Of General Achievement --
Contents note continued: Measures Of Achievement In Specific Subject Areas --
Aptitude Tests --
The Preschool Level --
The Elementary-School Level --
The Secondary-School Level --
The College Level And Beyond --
Diagnostic Tests --
Reading Tests --
Math Tests --
Psychoeducational Test Batteries --
The Kaufman Assessment Battery For Children (K-ABC) And The Kaufman Assessment Battery For Children, Second Edition (KABC-II) --
The Woodcock-Johnson III (WJ III) --
Other Tools Of Assessment In Educational Settings --
Performance, Portfolio, and Authentic Assessment --
Peer Appraisal Techniques --
Measuring Study Habits, Interests, and Attitudes --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Eliane Hack, M.A. --
Close-Up Tests Of Minimum Competency --
Everyday Psychometrics First Impressions --
Self-Assessment --
12.Personality Assessment: An Overview --
Personality And Personality Assessment --
Personality --
Personality Assessment --
Traits, Types, And States --
Contents note continued: Personality Assessment: Some Basic Questions --
Who? --
What? --
Where? --
How? --
Developing Instruments To Assess Personality --
Logic And Reason --
Theory --
Data Reduction Methods --
Criterion Groups --
Personality Assessment And Culture --
Acculturation and Related Considerations --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Eric A. Zillmer --
Everyday Psychometrics Some Common Item Formats --
Close-Up Assessing Acculturation And Related Variables --
Self-Assessment --
13.Personality Assessment Methods --
Objective Methods --
How Objective Are Objective Methods Of Personality Assessment? --
Projective Methods --
Inkblots As Projective Stimuli --
Pictures As Projective Stimuli --
Words As Projective Stimuli --
Sounds As Projective Stimuli --
The Production Of Figure Drawings --
Projective Methods In Perspective --
Behavioral Assessment Methods --
The Who, What, When, Where, Why, And How Of It --
Varieties Of Behavioral Assessment --
Contents note continued: Issues In Behavioral Assessment --
A Perspective --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Anthony Bram --
Everyday Psychometrics Confessions Of A Behavior Rater --
Close-Up Personality, Life Outcomes, And College Yearbook Photos --
Self-Assessment --
14.Clinical and Counseling Assessment --
An Overview --
The Diagnosis Of Mental Disorders --
The Interview In Clinical Assessment --
Case History Data --
Psychological Tests --
Culturally Informed Psychological Assessment --
Cultural Aspects Of The Interview --
Cultural Considerations And Managed Care --
Special Applications Of Clinical Measures --
The Assessment Of Addiction And Substance Abuse --
Forensic Psychological Assessment --
Diagnosis And Evaluation Of Emotional Injury --
Profiling --
Custody Evaluations --
Child Abuse And Neglect --
The Psychological Report --
The Barnum Effect --
Clinical versus Mechanical Prediction --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Joel Goldberg --
Contents note continued: Close-Up Assessment Of Dangerousness And The Secret Service --
Everyday Psychometrics Elements Of A Typical Report Of Psychological Assessment --
Self-Assessment --
15.Neuropsychological Assessment --
The Nervous System And Behavior --
Neurological Damage And The Concept Of Organicity --
The Neuropsychological Evaluation --
When A Neuropsychological Evaluation Is Indicated --
General Elements Of A Neuropsychological Evaluation --
The Physical Examination --
Neuropsychological Tests --
Tests Of General Intellectual Ability --
Tests To Measure The Ability To Abstract --
Tests Of Executive Function --
Tests Of Perceptual, Motor, And Perceptual-Motor Function --
Tests Of Verbal Functioning --
Tests Of Memory --
Neuropsychological Test Batteries --
Other Tools Of Neuropsychological Assessment --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Jeanne P. Ryan --
Close-Up Fixed Versus Flexible Neuropsychological Test Batteries And The Law --
Contents note continued: Everyday Psychometrics Medical Diagnostic Aids And Neuropsychological Assessment --
Self-Assessment --
16.Assessment, Careers, and Business --
Career Choice And Career Transition --
Measures Of Interest --
Measures Of Ability And Aptitude --
Measures Of Personality --
Other Measures --
Screening, Selection, Classification, And Placement --
The Résumé And The Letter Of Application --
The Application Form --
Letters Of Recommendation --
Interviews --
Portfolio Assessment --
Performance Tests --
Physical Tests --
Cognitive Ability, Productivity, And Motivation Measures --
Measures Of Cognitive Ability --
Productivity --
Motivation --
Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, And Organizational Culture --
Job Satisfaction --
Organizational Commitment --
Organizational Culture --
Other Tools Of Assessment For Business Applications --
Consumer Psychology --
The Measurement of Attitudes --
Surveys --
Motivation Research Methods --
Contents note continued: Close-Up Validity Generalization And The GATB --
Meet An Assessment Professional Meet Dr. Chris Gee --
Everyday Psychometrics Assessment Of Corporate And Organizational Culture --
Self-Assessment.
Responsibility: Ronald Jay Cohen, Mark E. Swerdlik, Edward D. Sturman.

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