- Find a specific theoretical technique or concept that relates to each quote. The technique or concept may
be from any of the theories we study this semester. (There may be more than one correct answer for each
When a group of test items all share something in common that accounts for the high correlations
among them, we can say they all share a common
In 1959, Campbell and Fiske designed a method
Having a restriction of range in test scores means that the validity coefficient calculated is likely to be
Squaring the validity coefficient between a test and a criterion will tell us about
When we ask, Are the inferences being made from a set of test scores appropriate? we are referring to
While _evidence of validity shows that constructs that theoretically sh
If Julio assigns "0" to indicate women and "1" to indicate men, he is using a(n)
equal interval scale.
Juanita asks children to line up in order of their height, placing the shortest child f
Which one of the following is FALSE about computerized testing?
They are efficient.
They allow for more technologically advanced testing procedures.
They result in less test-taker anxiety.
They can often be scheduled at a test taker's convince.
Positive Aspects of the FCAT
The FCAT has been the bane of students existence since its inception, and it has been
very hip to criticize this standardized test over the years. However, I think that this has only been
the case because the test has
March 12, 2014
Sexual urges and fantasies reguarding (a) non-human objects; (b) real or stimulated
suffering and (c) non-consenting others.
a. Paraphilias Involving Non-Human Objects
Fetishism- Strong sexual attraction for a
Abnormal Psychology area within psychology that deals with maladaptive behavior Stigma In medicine, a mark indicating a history of disease or abnormality. In general, some characteristic that leads to disgrace, reproach, or discrimination by others. Adapt