Psychological Testing and Assessment: An Introduction to Tests and Measurement Workbook is the standard-setting text workbook that through seven editions has overviewed measurement in psychology with unrivaled depth, breadth, and clarity. Logically organized and lucidly written, this book acquaints readers with important historical, legal/ethical, and cultural issues, and then proceeds to provide readers with the information necessary to understand psychometric concepts such as reliability, validity, and utility. .This workbook supplies the tools students need to achieve knowledge- and skills-building goals. It contains supplementary readings that expand and elaborate on the material in the textbook. It contains independent research exercises in which the students continue where the textbook authors left-off; the task in those exercises will be to update and expand upon the material presented. This book also contains valuable tools for mentally and behaviorally rehearsing many skills demanded of assessment professionals. .
Table of Contents
PART I : An Overview Chapter 1: Psychological Testing and Assesment Chapter 2: Historical, Cultural, and Legal/Ethical Considerationsdisabilities 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 PART 3: The Assessment of Intelligence Chapter 8: Intellegince and It's Measurement Chapter 9:Tests of Intelligence Chapter 10:Pre-School and Educational Assessment Part 4: 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 Chapter 14: Neuropsychological Assessment Chapter 15: The Assessment of People with Disabilities Chapter 16: Assessment, Careers, and Business Appendix A: The Midtown Manhattan Practice of Personality Inventory (MMPPI) Appendix B: A Glossary of Measurement Terms Sources Solutions