Unformatted text preview: C. Culpability - D. Skill - A present, observable competence to perform a learned psychomotor act. E. Ability - A present competence to perform an observable behavior or a behavior which results in an observable product . A. Circuit -B. District -C. Content -D. Construct - E. Concurrent -A. Criterion-related – Interference about performance on some criterion from scores on a predictor, such as an ability test, are best examined thru the use of this. B. Face validity – concerns the appearance of whether a measure is measuring what is intended. C. Invalid Acceptance -D. Sequential Decisions - E. Predictor - A. A statistic - B. Inferential statistics - C. Nonparametric statistics - D. A parameter - E. Parametric statistics - 1...
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- Spring '12
- Non-parametric statistics, Parametric statistics, A. Job description, statistic Inferential statistics