Testing-Week 4 PPT-Test Bias - Differential Item...

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Differential Item Functioning Analysis identifies items that are biased against any ethnic, racial, or gender group.
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Differential Item Analysis Is used to identify biased test items by equating groups on the basis of overall test scores and then evaluating differences between groups of examinees on particular items
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The EEOC Published standards that specifically address the use of psychological tests in selection procedures.
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Quota Systems Select predetermined percentages of individuals from different groups.
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Professional School Entrance Exams Are poor predictors of real-life professional performance and success.
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The Federal Government Regulates Laws governing the use of tests.
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The Federal Government Exerts most of its control over use of psychological tests through its interpretation
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Unformatted text preview: of the 14 th Amendment of the Cons±tu±on, which guarantees all ci±zens due process and equal protec±on under the law. The EEOC Requires an organizaton wi±h more ±han 100 employees ±o submi± a form every year specifying ±he number of women and members of four diFeren± minori±y groups employed in nine job ca±egories wi±hin ±he organizaton. The EEOC Guidelines defne adverse impact in terms oF the Four-f±h rule. No Child Lef Behind Requires public elementary and secondary schools to demonstrate accountability through the use oF tests oF student progress. Employers In employment discriminaTon cases have the burden of proof with regard to showing that employee selecTon procedures are valid and reliable....
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