Chadha, N. K.

Applied psychometry / Narender Kumar Chadha. - Thousand Oaks, CA ; London : SAGE, 2009. - xiii, 362 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. - Sage Texts . - Sage texts. .

Applied Psychometry is unique in that it serves a dual purpose. While discussing various aspects of psychometry from an applied perspective, it also takes into account the matching theoretical orientation. This book focuses on the theory and practice of psychometry for post-graduate and research students of Behavioural and Social Sciences

Includes bibliographical references (p. 354-358) and index.

PART I: MEASUREMENT IN MODERN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCHBasics of Measurement Theory Errors in Measurement Speed Test vs. Power Test Criterion for Parallel Tests PART II: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING Introduction to Psychological Testing Test Construction Item Analysis Scoring of Tests and Problems of Scoring Reliability Validity Norms PART III: APPLICATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING Applications of Psychological Testing in Educational Setting Applications of Psychological Testing in Counselling and Guidance Applications of Psychological Testing in Clinical Settings Applications of Psychological Testing in Organizational Setting PART IV: ETHICAL ISSUES Ethical Issues in Psychological Testing PART V: FACTOR ANALYSIS Basics of Factor Analysis Extraction of Factors by Centroid Method Applications of Factor Analysis

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