Chapter 7 - Intelligence and Psychological Testing...

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Intelligence and Psychological Testing
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Psychological Testing Standardized measure of an individual’s personality or behavior Used in clinical practice, educational settings and in research
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Psychological Testing Intelligence Aptitude Achievement
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Psychological Testing Intelligence Aptitude Achievement
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Psychological Testing You can’t just put together a bunch of questions and call it a test! Psychological testing relies on statistics and standardization
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Psychological Testing Standardization- results in fairness. Test Norms- Allows you to determine one’s performance relative to a representative sample of others under the same conditions.
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Psychological Testing
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Test Properties 1. Reliability- 1. Content validity- Criterion-Related validity- Construct validity- Content validity-
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Psychological Testing Intelligence testing has its roots in WWI. Army used it to funnel recruits to different jobs.
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Testing. Alfred Binet— predicting school achievement. Mental age. Chronological age that most typically corresponds to a given level of performance. Lewis Terman—
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