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18 terms
Psychological Testing
Interpersonal
Intrapersonal
Logical/Mathematical
Verbal/Linguistic
How you are with other people, between people
About yourself; existing or occurring within one person's min…
Thinking, solving problems.
Good understanding of language, speaking, words
Interpersonal
How you are with other people, between people
Intrapersonal
About yourself; existing or occurring within one person's min…
117 terms
Psychological testing
testing
assesment
screening
clinical
the process of... measuring... psychology-related... variables by mean…
the gathering &... integration of... psychology-related... data for th…
identifying individuals who require more... evaluation
A test setting that: ... screen for/diagnose behavior problems... i…
testing
the process of... measuring... psychology-related... variables by mean…
assesment
the gathering &... integration of... psychology-related... data for th…
Ch. 9 - Intelligence & Psychological Testing
intelligence tests
aptitude tests
achievement tests
personality tests
measure general mental ability; intellectual potential
assess specific types of abilities
measure mastery and knowledge of various subjects
measure aspects of personality, including motives, interests,…
intelligence tests
measure general mental ability; intellectual potential
aptitude tests
assess specific types of abilities
17 terms
Psychological Testing
Reliablity
Validity
Percentile system
Norms
The abllity of a test to give the same results under similar…
The ability of a test to measure what it is intended to meausre
Ranking of test scores that indicates the ratio of scores low…
Standard of comparison for test results de lopped by giving t…
Reliablity
The abllity of a test to give the same results under similar…
Validity
The ability of a test to measure what it is intended to meausre
17 terms
Psychological Testing Chapter 2
Define measurement
Describe different scales of measurement
Describe the measures of central tende…
Describe the measures of variability
a set of rules for assigning numbers to represent objects, tr…
nominal... ordinal... interval... ratio
mean... median... mode
range... variance... standard deviation
Define measurement
a set of rules for assigning numbers to represent objects, tr…
Describe different scales of measurement
nominal... ordinal... interval... ratio
15 terms
Psychological Testing
test
measurement
assessment
reliability
procedure in which a sample of an individual's behaviour is o…
a set of rules for assigning numbers to represent objects, tr…
any systematic procedure for collecting information that can…
stability or consistency of test scores
test
procedure in which a sample of an individual's behaviour is o…
measurement
a set of rules for assigning numbers to represent objects, tr…
30 terms
Psychological Testing
reliability
validity
percentile system
norms
the ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
the ability of a test to measure what it was designed to meas…
ranking of test scores that indicates the ratio of scores low…
standard of comparison for test results developed by giving t…
reliability
the ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
validity
the ability of a test to measure what it was designed to meas…
15 terms
Psychological Testing
Standardized measurement of individual…
Purpose of neurological testing
Key concepts
Neuropsychological Assessment
Neurocognitive functioning... Intelectual ability and achievemen…
1. Current functioning and diagnostic clarification - *Dement…
Standardization: Uniform procedures to administer and score a…
- Measure of distance cognitive abilities... - Profile of streng…
Standardized measurement of individual…
Neurocognitive functioning... Intelectual ability and achievemen…
Purpose of neurological testing
1. Current functioning and diagnostic clarification - *Dement…
Ch 13: Psychological Testing
Assume
Summary
Validity
Percentile System
to think or accept that something is true but without having…
a shortened version of something that has already been said o…
the ability of a test to measure what it is intended to measure
ranking of test score that indicates the ratio of score lower…
Assume
to think or accept that something is true but without having…
Summary
a shortened version of something that has already been said o…
54 terms
Psychological Testing (Ch 4)
1905
1912
1917
1920
Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon invent first modern intellige…
Stern introduces the IQ, or intelligence quotient: the mental…
Robert Woodworth develops the Personal Data Sheet, the first…
The Rorschach inkblot test is published.
1905
Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon invent first modern intellige…
1912
Stern introduces the IQ, or intelligence quotient: the mental…
21 terms
Psychological Testing Chapter 2
Define measurement
Describe different scales of measurement
Describe the measures of central tende…
Describe the measures of variability
a set of rules for assigning numbers to represent objects, tr…
nominal... ordinal... interval... ratio
mean... median... mode
range... variance... standard deviation
Define measurement
a set of rules for assigning numbers to represent objects, tr…
Describe different scales of measurement
nominal... ordinal... interval... ratio
54 terms
AP Unit 4: Intelligence and Psychological Testing
Psychological test
Intelligence test
Aptitude test
Achievement test
A standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior; ma…
Measures general mental ability
Measures potential; assesses specific types of mental abiliti…
Measures a person's mastery and knowledge of various subjects…
Psychological test
A standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior; ma…
Intelligence test
Measures general mental ability
52 terms
Psychological Testing
Psychological testing
educational settings
Screening tests
clinics or hospitals
a field characterized by the use of samples of behavior in or…
routinely intelligence and achievement tests are administered
identify developmental, visual, and auditory problems for whi…
psychological ... tests may be administered for purposes ... of dia…
Psychological testing
a field characterized by the use of samples of behavior in or…
educational settings
routinely intelligence and achievement tests are administered
22 terms
Psychological Testing
Psychological Testing
Fairness & Usefulness of Test Factors
Reliability
Two Ways to Determine Reliability
Tests are used for a wide variety of purposes.
1. Reliability... 2. Validity... 3. Norms
Tests consistency. The tests ability to get the same results…
1. If you take a test and take the same test a short time aft…
Psychological Testing
Tests are used for a wide variety of purposes.
Fairness & Usefulness of Test Factors
1. Reliability... 2. Validity... 3. Norms
27 terms
Psychological Testing
Why should we care about psychological…
Psychological Test
Differences among Psychological Tests
Psychometrics
Mental Disorders... Medicines that should be prescribed... Jobs... Men…
Measurement tool or technique that requires a person to perfo…
Behavior preformed... Construct measured and outcome predicted... C…
Field of study concerned with the theory and technique of edu…
Why should we care about psychological…
Mental Disorders... Medicines that should be prescribed... Jobs... Men…
Psychological Test
Measurement tool or technique that requires a person to perfo…
psychological testing
alfred binet
mental age
chronological age
score ranges
french psychologist. credited for being the first to develop…
age at which you can answer questions for others at that age
your actual age in years. IQ= ma/ca x 100
out of 100 people, 16 will score above 115, 16 will score bel…
alfred binet
french psychologist. credited for being the first to develop…
mental age
age at which you can answer questions for others at that age
39 terms
Psychological Testing
Psychological Tests
Intelligence
IQ
Alfred Binet
Assessments of behaviour, attitudes, mental constructs, perso…
A mental construct that cannot be specifically defined. In fa…
The score one receives on an "intelligence" test, but is not…
Developed both the concept of the IQ and the first intelligen…
Psychological Tests
Assessments of behaviour, attitudes, mental constructs, perso…
Intelligence
A mental construct that cannot be specifically defined. In fa…
17 terms
psychological testing
psychological test
intelligence tests
aptitude tests
achievement tests
a standardized measure of a sample of a persons behavior
measure general ability
assess specific types of mental abilities measures ability to…
measure a persons mastery and knowledge (info already learned…
psychological test
a standardized measure of a sample of a persons behavior
intelligence tests
measure general ability
62 terms
Psychological Testing
China
Chan Dynasty
Tests
Confucious
Place where Proficiency Testing of Public Officials (2200 B.C…
Where Civil Service Examination began (1115 B.C - 1905)
Music, archery, horsemanship, writing, arithmetic, ceremonies…
He influenced the teaching about striving to self-perfection.
China
Place where Proficiency Testing of Public Officials (2200 B.C…
Chan Dynasty
Where Civil Service Examination began (1115 B.C - 1905)
66 terms
Psychological testing
Mental Ability Tests
Individually Administered
Neuropsychological Tests
Interest Inventories
include a wide variety of tests measuring different aspects o…
WAIS, Standford Binet Intelligence Scale
include a wide variety of tests used to measure brain functio…
measure an individual's preference for certain activities or…
Mental Ability Tests
include a wide variety of tests measuring different aspects o…
Individually Administered
WAIS, Standford Binet Intelligence Scale
39 terms
Psychological Testing
percentile system
validity
standardization
reliability
ranking of test scores that indicate the ratio of scores lowe…
ability of a test to measure what is intended to measure
requires, among other things, that the norm, or average score…
ability of a test to give the same results under similar cond…
percentile system
ranking of test scores that indicate the ratio of scores lowe…
validity
ability of a test to measure what is intended to measure
10 terms
Psychological Testing
reliability
validity
norms
intelligence tests
a test's consistency, the test's ability to get the same resu…
the ability of a test to measure what it is intended to
to illustrate how a person does on a test in comparison to ev…
measure a person's overall ability to solve problems
reliability
a test's consistency, the test's ability to get the same resu…
validity
the ability of a test to measure what it is intended to
28 terms
Psychological Testing
Psychological Tests
Intelligence Tests
Aptitude Tests
Achievement Tests
A standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior, a…
Measure general mental ability, assess intellectual potential
Assess specific types of mental abilities, measures potential…
Gauges a person's mastery and knowledge of various subjects,…
Psychological Tests
A standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior, a…
Intelligence Tests
Measure general mental ability, assess intellectual potential
21 terms
psychological testing
psychological test
mental ability test
personality test
standardization
A standardized measure of a sample of a persons behavior, use…
Intelligence tests, aptitude tests, and achievement test that…
measure various aspects of a person, including motives, inter…
the uniform procedures used in the administration and scoring…
psychological test
A standardized measure of a sample of a persons behavior, use…
mental ability test
Intelligence tests, aptitude tests, and achievement test that…
21 terms
Intelligence & Psychological Testing
intelligence tests
aptitude tests
achievement tests
personality tests
measure general mental ability; intellectual potential
assess specific types of abilities
measure mastery and knowledge of various subjects
measure aspects of personality, including motives, interests,…
intelligence tests
measure general mental ability; intellectual potential
aptitude tests
assess specific types of abilities
14 terms
Intro to Psychological Testing
testing
assessment
collaborative psychological assessment
therapeutic psychological assessment
the process of measuring psychology-related variables* by mea…
the gathering and integration of psychology-related data* for…
a type of assessment when the assessor and assesse work as pa…
a type of assessment when therapeutic self-discovery is encou…
testing
the process of measuring psychology-related variables* by mea…
assessment
the gathering and integration of psychology-related data* for…
145 terms
Psychological Testing
Maximum V. Typical Performance... 1) Thes…
This type of test has lower psychometr…
- Are aptitude test good predictors of…
- these performance measures provides…
1) Maximum Performance measures ... 2) Typical Performance Measu…
Typical Performance Measures
no... satisfaction... no... typical performance measures
Typical Performance Measures... yes... motivation ... ability
Maximum V. Typical Performance... 1) Thes…
1) Maximum Performance measures ... 2) Typical Performance Measu…
This type of test has lower psychometr…
Typical Performance Measures
53 terms
AP Psychology Intelligence and Psychological Testing
psychological test
sample of behavior
intelligence tests
aptitude tests
standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior; used…
a particular behavior sample may not be representative of you…
measure general ability; assess intellectual potential rather…
assess specific types of mental abilities; measure potential…
psychological test
standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior; used…
sample of behavior
a particular behavior sample may not be representative of you…
80 terms
Psychological Testing Exam 1
Standardization of Procedures
Mental Level
Raw Score
Achievement Tests
Rigorous control of experimental conditions
Used for the first time by Cattell to describe measures of se…
Used by Binet to express a child's score on his entire test.
Educational tools that assess the degree of learning, success…
Standardization of Procedures
Rigorous control of experimental conditions
Mental Level
Used for the first time by Cattell to describe measures of se…
Psychological testing
computer test disadvantages
drift
Expectancies
test
lose clinical judgement, observation of behavior, assessment…
we tend to drift as individuals and as a group, from the meth…
impact any type of behavioral assessment. prior expectations…
a standardized procedure for sampling behavior and describing…
computer test disadvantages
lose clinical judgement, observation of behavior, assessment…
drift
we tend to drift as individuals and as a group, from the meth…
psychological testing
reliability
validity
norms
intelligence tests
a tests consistency ... the tests ability to get the same result…
the ability of a test to measure what it is supposed to, more…
to illustrate how a person does on a test in comparison to ev…
measure a persons overall ability to solve problems
reliability
a tests consistency ... the tests ability to get the same result…
validity
the ability of a test to measure what it is supposed to, more…
59 terms
AP Psychology Intelligence and Psychological Testing
psychological test
sample of behavior
intelligence tests
aptitude tests
standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior; used…
a particular behavior sample may not be representative of you…
measure general ability; assess intellectual potential rather…
assess specific types of mental abilities; measure potential…
psychological test
standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior; used…
sample of behavior
a particular behavior sample may not be representative of you…
39 terms
Psychological Testing
percentile system
validity
standardization
reliability
ranking of test scores that indicate the ratio of scores lowe…
ability of a test to measure what is intended to measure
requires, among other things, that the norm, or average score…
ability of a test to give the same results under similar cond…
percentile system
ranking of test scores that indicate the ratio of scores lowe…
validity
ability of a test to measure what is intended to measure
44 terms
Psychological Testing (Ch 4)
Essential concepts of validity
Content validity
Criterion-Related validity
Concurrent validity
content, criterion-related, and construct validity
the degree to which the questions, tasks, or items on the tes…
a test is shown to be effective in estimating an examinee's p…
the criterion measures are obtained at approximately the same…
Essential concepts of validity
content, criterion-related, and construct validity
Content validity
the degree to which the questions, tasks, or items on the tes…
116 terms
Psychological Testing
psychological test
Alfred Binet
WWI
psychological assessment
set of items designed to measure characteristics of human bei…
developed the roots of psychological testing by using tests t…
screenings for military recruits were done using psychologica…
gathering and integrating psychology-related data for the pur…
psychological test
set of items designed to measure characteristics of human bei…
Alfred Binet
developed the roots of psychological testing by using tests t…
23 terms
Psychological Testing
Alfred Binet
Mental age
Chronological age
Score ranges
French psychologist. The first to develop a useful intelligen…
The age at which you can answer questions for others at that…
Your actual age. ... IQ- ma/ca X 100. 100 is average IQ score.
Out of 100 people, 16 will score above 115 and 16 will score…
Alfred Binet
French psychologist. The first to develop a useful intelligen…
Mental age
The age at which you can answer questions for others at that…
21 terms
psychological testing
reliability
two basic ways to determine reliability
validity
norms
a tests consistency ... the tests ability to get the same result…
if you take a test and take the same test a short time after,…
the ability of a test to measure what it is supposed to, more…
to illustrate how a person does on a test in comparison to ev…
reliability
a tests consistency ... the tests ability to get the same result…
two basic ways to determine reliability
if you take a test and take the same test a short time after,…
128 terms
Psychological testing chapter 12
"Tests defined in a broader sense. Inc…
Are personnel selection tests heavily…
How are personnel selection tests regu…
Historical view
Surveys, inventories, and questionnaires
yes
primarily though the Equal Employment opportunities commissio…
started in the early 1900s
"Tests defined in a broader sense. Inc…
Surveys, inventories, and questionnaires
Are personnel selection tests heavily…
yes
17 terms
Psychological testing
Reliability
Validity
Percentile system
Norms
ability of a test to give the same results under similar cond…
ability of a test to measure what it is intended to measure
ranking of test scores that indicate the ratio of scores lowe…
standard of comparison for test results developed by giving t…
Reliability
ability of a test to give the same results under similar cond…
Validity
ability of a test to measure what it is intended to measure
27 terms
Psychological Testing
psychometritian
test
standardized procedure
behavior sample
Is a specialist in psychology or education who develops and e…
A standardized procedure for sampling behavior and describing…
Essential feature of any psychological test. If the procedure…
Psychological tests are a limited sample of behavior, this is…
psychometritian
Is a specialist in psychology or education who develops and e…
test
A standardized procedure for sampling behavior and describing…
27 terms
Psychological Testing
Psychometrician
Test
Standardized procedure
Norms
A specialist in psychology or education who develops and eval…
Standardized procedure for sampling behavior and describing i…
an essential feature of any psychological test. A test is con…
a summary of test results for a large representative group of…
Psychometrician
A specialist in psychology or education who develops and eval…
Test
Standardized procedure for sampling behavior and describing i…
36 terms
Psychological Testing
reliability
validity
test retest
inter scorer
the ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
whether the test measures what it is supposed to
if you were given the same test, your score would be the same…
you would get the same results if it was scored by different…
reliability
the ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
validity
whether the test measures what it is supposed to
23 terms
Psychological Testing
Alfred Binet
Mental Age
Chronological Age
Score Ranges
French psychologist first to develop a useful intelligence te…
-Age at which you can answer questions for others at that age…
Actual age in years; IQ= mental age/chronological age X 100
out of every 100 people 16 will score above 115 IQ and 16 wil…
Alfred Binet
French psychologist first to develop a useful intelligence te…
Mental Age
-Age at which you can answer questions for others at that age…
17 terms
Chapter 13 - Psychological Testing
Reliability
Validity
Percentile system
Norms
the ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
the ability of a test to measure what is is intended to measure
ranking of test scores that indicates the ratio of scores low…
standard of comparison for test results developed by giving t…
Reliability
the ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
Validity
the ability of a test to measure what is is intended to measure
Psychological testing
Intelligence
G-factor
Fluid intelligence
Crystallized Intelligence
the capacity to understand the world, think rationally, and u…
the single, general factor for mental ability assumed to unde…
intelligence that reflects the ability to reason abstractly (…
the accumulation of information, knowledge, and skills that p…
Intelligence
the capacity to understand the world, think rationally, and u…
G-factor
the single, general factor for mental ability assumed to unde…
21 terms
Psychological testing
Reliability
Validity
Percentile system
Norms
The ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
The ability of a test to measure what it it's intended to mea…
Ranking of test scores that Indicate the ratio of scores lowe…
Standard of comparison for test results developed by giving t…
Reliability
The ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
Validity
The ability of a test to measure what it it's intended to mea…
108 terms
Psychological Testing
WAIS (Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale)
information (WAIS)
comprehension (WAIS)
digit span (WAIS)
test with multiple subtests designed to measure intelligence
factual questions
common sense questions
repetition of string of numbers forward and backward
WAIS (Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale)
test with multiple subtests designed to measure intelligence
information (WAIS)
factual questions
22 terms
psychological testing
Sources of Information
published tests
Tests
unpublished test
Comprehensive test
Test in prints (commercial published in English new edition e…
Test in print not as reliable doesn't update less resourceful
Test that are in English that are unpublished.(The directory…
Sources of Information
Comprehensive test
published tests
Test in prints (commercial published in English new edition e…
28 terms
Psychological Testing
Structured Clinical Interview for the…
The two scales of the SCID
Administration of the SCID
Scoring of the SCID
-To ensure the major DSM-5 diagnoses are systematically evalu…
-SCID 1: Diagnostic exam used to determine DSM-IV Axis 1 diso…
uses the 3 column approach: ... -Left hand column: questions to…
-?: Not capable of bringing answer to memory ... -1: symptoms ar…
Structured Clinical Interview for the…
-To ensure the major DSM-5 diagnoses are systematically evalu…
The two scales of the SCID
-SCID 1: Diagnostic exam used to determine DSM-IV Axis 1 diso…
14 terms
Psychological Testing
Reliability
Validity
Linguistic-verbal
Logical-Mathematical
The ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
The ability of a test to measure what it is intended to measure
Ability to utilize language
Ability to process and compute logical problems and equations
Reliability
The ability of a test to give the same results under similar…
Validity
The ability of a test to measure what it is intended to measure
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