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Unformatted text preview: / Richard A. Kasschau Introduction to Psychology THIRD Exam Spring 2009w IMPORTANT Before handing in your answers: 1. Select any four questions you do not wish to answer, 2. Mark Option E for those four items on your answer sheet. 3. Answer only 45 out of Questions 1-50, and 46 of Questions 51—100. 4. Stop now and grid in your last name first, your first name, and your PeopleSoft Student Identification Number on your answer sheet. Copyright © 2009 by Richard A. Kasschau. All rights reserved. (Access to) This exam may not be soid. Single copies of this exam can be made by students of Dr. Kasschau for their own personal use. No part of this exam may be reproduced or distributed in any form whatsoever, by photograph or Xeroxing or by any other means, by broadcast or transmission, by translation into any kind of language, or by recording electronically or othenivise, except a single copy reproduced by a student for him/her directly from the master copy containing this note. ‘i. The class i attend and the color of my exam are a. MWF1O blue b. MWF'lO white 0. MWF11 blue Q MWF11 white TESTINGIINDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Our intelligence can be calculated from our chronological and measured mental age. uotient b. quality 0. quantity Q threshold 3. Two interest tests most often used are the Interest Inventory and the Kuder Occupational Interest Survey. . \ 3. Ability .Campbell ® Performance d. Potential 4. If my IQ is 135, my level mental capability falls in the range. a. mild normal c. bright normal d. superior 5. For decades the —Binet test was among the top five most frequently used intelligence tests although in the last decade it has dropped out of that elite group. ‘ a. WISC 9 Alfred c. Wechsler ‘tanford Which is not a type of reliability? cos” b. test-retest c. comparable forms d. Split-half 7. Although the MMPI has rather poor , it is stitl a 'tical tool used in assessing personality. 3. research support b. validity geliability d. accuracy 8. What is required to establish a good test? a. standardization bi norms c. efficiency @all of the above 9. individual differences are influenced by a. heredity b. environment @oth d. neither 10. The consistency of res obtained with a test across repeated measurements is called a. validity eliability Q experimentation d. testing 11. addresses the question of "what caused the problem?“ while prognosis addresses the question "what is the likelihood of recovery?" tiology b. Projection c. Psychology d. Ethology 12. One classic projective test is the Apperception Test, which has been av ' ble since the early 405. 3. Theoretical b. Post~ c. Temporal hematic 3. Which is not a descriptive feature of a test? erbal v. performance @. norm v. criterion based c. maximum v. typical performance d. time v. cost efficiency Copyright © 2009 by Richard A. Kasschau. Alt rights reserved. (Access to) This exam may not be sold. THIRDIFINAL Exam/Page 1 ...
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