5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Content validity
- Convergent thinking
- Deviation IQ scores
- a The ability of a test to measure what it was designed to measure.
- b The degree to which the content of a test is representative of the domain it's supposed to cover.
- c Narrowing down a list of alternatives to converge on a single correct answer.
- d Scores that locate subjects precisely within the normal distribution, using the standard deviation as the unit of measurement.
- e The measurement consistency of a test (or of other kinds of measurement techniques).
5 Multiple choice questions
- A standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior.
- A figure that indicates the percentage of people who score below the score one has obtained.
- Psychological tests that measure various aspects of personality, including motives, interests, values, and attitudes.
- The uniform procedures used in the administration and scoring of a test.
- The extent to which there is evidence that a test measures a particular hypothetical construct.
5 True/False questions
Correlation coefficient → Genetically determined limits on IQ or other traits.
Achievement tests → Tests that gauge a person's mastery and knowledge of various subjects.
Mental age → In intelligence testing, a score that indicates that a child displays the mental ability typical of a child of that chronological (actual) age.
Reification → The generation of ideas that are original, novel, and useful.
Normal distribution → A symmetric, bell-shaped curve that represents the pattern in which many characteristics are dispersed in the population.