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Chapter12-13 study guide

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What are the item formats for objective and projective personality assessments?
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What are the common characteristics of objective personality tests?
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When we refer to objective personality tests, the word “objective” refers to what?
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What are primary uses of objective personality tests?
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According to the two-dimensional classification system of objective personality tests, tests are grouped according to what categories?
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What are examples of comprehensive objective personality tests for use with abnormal populations?
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What are examples of comprehensive objective personality tests for use with normal populations?
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What are the strategies for dealing with response sets and faking on objective personality inventories?
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What are the major approaches to developing objective personality tests?
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In this approach to test development, items are selected for a personality scale in terms of their ability to discriminate between well-defined groups of examinees.
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