Chapters 12-13 - Chapters 12-13 Study Guide 1 What are the item formats for objective and projective personality assessments 2 What are the common

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Chapters 12-13 Study Guide: 1. What are the item formats for objective and projective personality assessments? 2. What are the common characteristics of objective personality tests? 3. When we refer to objective personality tests, the word “objective” refers to what? 4. What are primary uses of objective personality tests? 5. According to the two-dimensional classification system of objective personality tests, tests are grouped according to what categories? 6. What are examples of comprehensive objective personality tests for use with abnormal populations? 7. What are examples of comprehensive objective personality tests for use with normal populations? 8. What are the strategies for dealing with response sets and faking on objective personality inventories? 9. What are the major approaches to developing objective personality tests? 10. 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. 11. The approach to the development of personality tests that builds test items to
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2010 for the course PSYC PSYC 431 taught by Professor Parks during the Fall '07 term at Peru State.

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Chapters 12-13 - Chapters 12-13 Study Guide 1 What are the item formats for objective and projective personality assessments 2 What are the common

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