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Psychological testing: history, principles and applications

By: Gregory, Robert J.
Publisher: Noida Pearson India Education Services Pvt.Ltd Edition: 6th ed.Description: 668p.ISBN: 9789332536715.Subject(s): Psychology testingDDC classification: 150.287
Contents:
Table of Content 1. Applications and Consequences of Psychological Testing 1A. The Nature and Uses of Psychological Tests 1B. Ethical and Social Implications of Testing 2. The History of Psychological Testing 2A. The Origins of Psychological Testing 2B. Early Testing in the United States 3. Norms and Reliability 3A. Norms and Test Standardization 3B. Concepts of Reliability 4. Validity and Test Development 4A. Basic Concepts of Validity 4B. Test Construction 5. Theories and Individual Tests of Intelligence and Achievement 5A: Theories of Intelligence and Factor Analysis 5B. Individual Tests and Intelligence and Achievement 6. Group Tests and Controversies 6A: GroupTests of Ability and Related Concepts 6B. Test Bias and Other Controversies 7. Testing Special Populations 7A. Infant and Preschool Assessment 7B. Testing Persons with Disabilities 8. Origins of Personality Test 8A. Theories of Personality and Projective Techniques 8B. Self Report and Behavioral Assessment of Psychopathology 9. Assessment of Normality and Human Strengths 9A. Assessment within the Normal Spectrum 9B. Positive Psychological Assessment 10. Industrial, Occupational and Forensic Assessment 10A. Industrial and Organizational Assessment 10B. Forensic Applications of Assessment 11. Neuropsychological and Assessment and Screening 11A. A Primer of Neurobiological Concepts 11B. Neuropsychological Tests, Batteries, and Screening Tools 12. Legal Issues and the Future of Testing 12A. Psychological Testing and the Law 12B. Computerized Assessment and the Future of Testing
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Table of Content

1. Applications and Consequences of Psychological Testing
1A. The Nature and Uses of Psychological Tests
1B. Ethical and Social Implications of Testing
2. The History of Psychological Testing
2A. The Origins of Psychological Testing
2B. Early Testing in the United States
3. Norms and Reliability
3A. Norms and Test Standardization
3B. Concepts of Reliability
4. Validity and Test Development
4A. Basic Concepts of Validity
4B. Test Construction
5. Theories and Individual Tests of Intelligence and Achievement
5A: Theories of Intelligence and Factor Analysis
5B. Individual Tests and Intelligence and Achievement
6. Group Tests and Controversies
6A: GroupTests of Ability and Related Concepts
6B. Test Bias and Other Controversies
7. Testing Special Populations
7A. Infant and Preschool Assessment
7B. Testing Persons with Disabilities
8. Origins of Personality Test
8A. Theories of Personality and Projective Techniques
8B. Self Report and Behavioral Assessment of Psychopathology
9. Assessment of Normality and Human Strengths
9A. Assessment within the Normal Spectrum
9B. Positive Psychological Assessment
10. Industrial, Occupational and Forensic Assessment
10A. Industrial and Organizational Assessment
10B. Forensic Applications of Assessment
11. Neuropsychological and Assessment and Screening
11A. A Primer of Neurobiological Concepts
11B. Neuropsychological Tests, Batteries, and Screening Tools
12. Legal Issues and the Future of Testing
12A. Psychological Testing and the Law
12B. Computerized Assessment and the Future of Testing

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