Psychological Testing and Assessment, 10th Edition
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Psychological Testing and Assessment: An Introduction to Tests and Measurements, 10th edition, is a measurement textbook that provides a sound grounding in psychometrics using a logical organization and pedagogical aids. The book is scholarly and authoritative while having a "hands-on" feel due to the authors' experience administering, scoring, and interpreting tests in various contexts. The content brings a human face to testing and assessments while balancing breadth and depth of coverage.
PART I AN OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 1 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING AND ASSESSMENT
CHAPTER 2 HISTORICAL, CULTURAL, AND LEGAL/ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
PART II THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT
CHAPTER 3 A STATISTICS REFRESHER
CHAPTER 4 OF TESTS AND TESTING
CHAPTER 5 RELIABILITY
CHAPTER 6 VALIDITY
CHAPTER 7 UTILITY
CHAPTER 8 TEST DEVELOPMENT
PART III THE ASSESSMENT OF INTELLIGENCE
CHAPTER 9 INTELLIGENCE AND ITS MEASUREMENT
CHAPTER 10 ASSESSMENT FOR EDUCATION
PART IV The Assessment of Personality
CHAPTER 11 PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT: AN OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 12 PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT METHODS
PART V Testing and Assessment in Action
CHAPTER 13 CLINICAL AND COUNSELING ASSESSMENT
CHAPTER 14 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
CHAPTER 15 ASSESSMENT, CAREERS, AND BUSINESS
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