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An Introduction to Psychological Assessment & Psychometrics / Keith Coaley.

By: Coaley, Keith | [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookEdition: 2nd edition.Description: xiv, 383 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781446267141; 1446267148; 1446267156; 9781446267158.Other title: Introduction to Psychological Assessment and Psychometrics.Subject(s): Psychological tests | Psychometrics | Psychological tests | Psychometrics | | DDC classification: 150.151
Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction: Individual Differences and Psychometrics Chapter 1: Introduction: Individual Differences and Psychometrics Chapter 2: The Basic Components: Scales and Items Chapter 3: How Assessment Measures are Made Chapter 4: Statistics for Psychological Measurement PART II: The Essential Characteristics of Psychological Measurement Chapter 5: The Importance of Reliability Chapter 6: The Significance of Validity PART III: Theories and Applications of Measurement Techniques Chapter 7: Theories and Measurement of Intellectual Ability Chapter 8: Theories and Measurement of Personality Characteristics Chapter 9: Alternative Perspectives: Theories and Measurement PART IV: Ethical and Professional Issues Chapter 10: Best Practice in Measurement PART V: Practical Skills for Measurement of Individual Differences Chapter 11: How to Make a Test or Questionnaire
Summary: This is a British-based textbook that gives clear orientation to the legal, social and medical circumstances of psychological assessment in a refreshingly student friendly style.
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Non-fiction 150.151 COA (Browse shelf) Available 29771

Previous edition: 2010.

Chapter 1: Introduction: Individual Differences and Psychometrics Chapter 1: Introduction: Individual Differences and Psychometrics Chapter 2: The Basic Components: Scales and Items Chapter 3: How Assessment Measures are Made Chapter 4: Statistics for Psychological Measurement PART II: The Essential Characteristics of Psychological Measurement Chapter 5: The Importance of Reliability Chapter 6: The Significance of Validity PART III: Theories and Applications of Measurement Techniques Chapter 7: Theories and Measurement of Intellectual Ability Chapter 8: Theories and Measurement of Personality Characteristics Chapter 9: Alternative Perspectives: Theories and Measurement PART IV: Ethical and Professional Issues Chapter 10: Best Practice in Measurement PART V: Practical Skills for Measurement of Individual Differences Chapter 11: How to Make a Test or Questionnaire

Includes bibliographical references (pages 346-371) and index.

This is a British-based textbook that gives clear orientation to the legal, social and medical circumstances of psychological assessment in a refreshingly student friendly style.

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