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Psychological testing : history, principles, and applications

Psychological testing : history, principles, and applications (3회 대출)

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Gregory, Robert J.
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Psychological testing : history, principles, and applications / Robert J. Gregory.
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Boston :   Allyn and Bacon,   c1992.  
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xxviii, 671 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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0205136761
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 592-647) and indexes.
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Psychological tests.
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CONTENTS
Preface = xxv
CHAPTER 1 THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING = 1
 TOPIC 1 The Origins of Psychological Testing = 1
  The Importance of Testing = 2
  The Importance of History = 2
  Case Exhibit 1.1 The Consequences of Test Results = 3
  Rudimentary Forms of Testing in China in 2200 B.C. = 4
  Psychiatric Antecedents of Psychological Testing = 4
  Beginning of Modern Testing in the Brass Instruments Era = 5
   Wundt and Mental Measurement = 6
   Galton and the First Battery of Mental Tests = 6
   Cattell Imports Brass Instruments to the U.S. = 8
   The End of the Brass Instruments Era of Testing = 10
  Changing Conceptions of Mental Retardation in the 1800s = 11
   Newfound Humanism Toward the Mentally Retarded in the 1800s = 11
   Esquirol and Diagnosis in Mental Retardation = 12
   Seguin and Education of the Mentally Retarded = 12
  Influence of Binet's Early Research on His Famous Test = 12
  Binet and Testing for Higher Mental Processes = 14
   The 1905 Scales = 14
   The 1908 and 1911 Scales and the Advent of IQ = 16
  Summary = 17
 TOPIC 2 Early Testing in the United States = 18
  Early Uses and Abuses of Intelligence Testing in America = 18
   First Translation of the Binet-Simon Scale = 18
   The Binet-Simon and Immigration = 19
  The invention of Nonverbal Tests in the Early1900s = 21
  The Stanford-Binet The Early Mainstay of IQ = 21
  Group Tests and the Classification of WWI Army Recruits = 22
   The Army Alpha and Beta Examinations = 22
   The Army Tests and Ethnic Differences = 25
  Early Educational Testing = 27
  The Development of Aptitude Tests = 28
  Personality and Vocational Testing After WWI = 29
  The Origins of Projective Testing = 30
  The Development of Interest Inventories = 31
  Summary of Major Landmarks in the History of Testing = 32
  Summary = 33
CHAPTER 2 TESTS AND THE TESTING PROCESS = 34
 TOPIC 3 The Nature and Uses of Psychological Tests = 34
  Definition of a Test = 35
   Standardized Procedure = 36
   Behavior Sample = 37
   Scores or Categories = 37
   Norms or Standards = 38
   Prediction of Additional Behaviors = 38
   Norm-Referenced Versus Criterion-Referenced Tests = 38
  The Difference between Testing and Assessment = 39
  Type of Tests = 39
   Intelligence Tests = 40
   Aptitude Tests = 41
   Achievement Tests = 41
   Creativity Tests = 42
   Personality Tests = 42
   Interest Inventories = 42
   Behavioral Procedures = 42
  Case Exhibit 3.1 A Typical Behavioral Assessment Procedure = 44
   Neuropsychological Tests = 44
  Uses of Testing = 44
   Classification = 45
   Diagnosis and Treatment Planning = 46
   Self-knowledge = 46
  Case Exhibit 3.2 Test Results as Self-knowledge = 47
   Research = 48
  Who May Obtain Tests = 48
  Case Exhibit 3.3 Test Access and the Selection Process = 49
  Sources of Information on Tests = 50
  Summary = 51
  Key Terms and Concepts = 52
 TOPIC 4 The Testing Process = 53
  Administering Tests = 54
   The Importance of Standardized Procedures = 54
  Case Exhibit 4.1 A Worst Case Vignette of Non-Standard Testing = 54
   The Need for Reasoned Flexibility in Procedures = 55
  Desirable Procedures of Test Administration = 56
   Desirable Procedures of Testing Individual Tests = 56
   Sensitivity to Handicaps = 57
   Desirable Procedures of Testing Group Tests = 60
  Case Exhibit 4.2 Nonstandard Testing Conditions with a Group Test = 62
  Influence of the Examiner = 63
   The Importance of Rapport = 63
   Examiner Sex, Experience, and Race = 64
  Background and Motivation of the Examine = 64
   Test Anxiety = 64
  Case Exhibit 4.3 Over Faking of Test Results = 66
   Motivation to Deceive = 66
   Effects of Coaching on Test Results = 66
  Issues in scoring = 67
  Summary = 68
  Key Terms and Concepts = 69
CHAPTER 3 NORMS AND RELIABILITY = 70
 TOPIC 5 Norms and Test Standardization = 70
  Raw Scores = 71
  Case Exhibit 5.1 Outmoded Tests and Outdated Norms = 72
  Essential Statistical Concepts = 72
   Frequency Distributions = 73
   Measures of Central Tendency = 74
   Measures of Variability = 74
   The Normal Distribution = 76
   Skewness = 77
  Raw Score Transformations = 79
   Percentiles and Percentile Ranks = 79
   Standard Scores = 80
   T Scores And Other Standardized Scores = 83
   Stanines, Stens, and C Scale = 85
   A Summary of Statistically Based Norms = 85
  Selecting a Norm Group = 86
   Age and Grade Norms = 87
   Local and Subgroup Norms = 88
   Expectancy Tables = 88
  Criterion-Referenced Tests = 90
  Summary = 90
  Key Terms and Concepts = 91
 TOPIC 6 Concepts of Reliability = 93
  Classical Theory and the Sources of Measurement Error = 94
  Case Exhibit 6.1 Test Reliability and Courtroom Testimony = 95
  Sources of Measurement Error = 96
   Item Selection = 96
   Test Administration = 96
   Test Scoring = 97
   Systematic Measurement Error = 97
  Measurement Error and Reliability = 98
  The Reliability Coefficient = 99
  The Correlation Coefficient = 99
  Computation of the Correlation Coefficient = 101
  The Correlation Coefficient as a Reliability Coefficient = 101
  Reliability as Temporal Stability = 102
   Test-Retest Reliability = 102
   Alternate-Forms Reliability = 103
  Reliability as Internal Consistency = 104
   Split-Half Reliability = 104
   The Spearman-Brown Formula = 104
   Critique of the Split-Half Approach = 105
   Coefficient Alpha = 105
   The Kuder-Richardson Estimate of Reliability = 106
   Inter-Scorer Reliability = 106
   Which Type of Reliability Is Appropriate? = 106
  The Domain Sampling Model and Generalizability Theory = 107
  Special Circumstances in the Estimation of Reliability = 109
   Unstable Characteristics = 109
   Speed and Power Tests = 109
   Restriction of Range = 109
   Reliability of Criterion-Referenced Tests = 110
  The Interpretation of Reliability Coefficients = 110
  Reliability and the Standard Error of Measurement = 111
   Computing the Standard Error of Measurement = 112
   The SEM and Individual Test Scores = 112
   The SEM and Differences between Scores = 112
  Summary = 113
  Key Terms and Concepts = 115
CHAPTER 4 VALIDITY AND TEST DEVELOPMENT = 116
 TOPIC 7 Basic Concepts of Validity = 116
  Validity A Definition = 117
  Case Exhibit 7.1 Research as the Essential Proof of Test Validity = 117
  Content Validity = 118
   Quantification of Content Validity = 119
   Face Validity = 120
  Criterion-Related Validity = 120
   Characteristics of a Good Criterion = 121
   Concurrent Validity = 122
   Predictive Validity = 123
   Validity Coefficient and the Standard Error of the Estimate = 123
   Decision Theory Applied to Psychological Tests = 124
   Taylor-Russell Tables = 712
  Construct Validity = 127
  Approaches to Construct Validity = 129
   Test Homogeneity = 130
   Appropriate Developmental Changes = 130
   Theory-Consistent Group Differences = 130
   Theory-Consistent Intervention Effects = 131
   Convergent and Discriminant Validation = 131
   Factor Analysis = 133
  Summary = 134
  Key Terms and Concepts = 135
 TOPIC 8 Test Construction = 136
  Defining the Test = 137
  Selecting a Scaling Method = 138
   Levels of Measurement = 138
  Representative Scaling Methods = 139
   Expert Rankings = 139
   Method of Equal-Appearing Intervals = 140
   Method of Absolute Scaling = 141
   Likert Scales = 142
   Guttman Scales = 142
   Method of Empirical Keying = 143
  Constructing the Items = 143
   Initial Questions in Test Construction = 143
   Table of Specifications = 144
   Item Formats = 144
  Testing the Items = 146
   Item-Difficulty Index = 146
   Item-Reliability Index = 147
   Item-Validity Index = 147
   Item-Characteristic Curves = 148
   Item-Discrimination Index = 149
  Revising the Test = 151
   Cross-Validation = 151
   Validity Shrinkage = 152
  Publishing the Test = 152
   Production of the Testing Materials = 153
   Technical Manual and User's Manual = 153
   Testing Is Big Business = 153
  Summary = 154
  Key Terms and Concepts = 155
CHAPTER 5 FOUNDATIONS OF INTELLIGENCE TESTING = 156
 TOPIC 9 Theories and the Measurement of Intelligence = 156
  Definitions of Intelligence = 157
   Expert Definitions of Intelligence = 157
   Layperson and Expert Conceptions of Intelligence = 158
  Case Exhibit 9.1 Learning and Adaptation as Core Functions of Intelligence = 159
  Theories of Intelligence = 160
   Galton and Sensory Keenness = 160
   Spearman and the g Factor = 161
   Thurstone and the Primary Mental Abilities = 162
   R. Cattell and the Fluid/Crystallized Distinction = 164
   Piaget and Adaptation = 164
   Guilford and the Structure of Intellect Model = 167
   Intelligence as a Biological Construct = 169
   Gardner and the Theory of Multiple Intelligence = 171
   Sternberg and the Triarchic Theory of Intelligence = 172
  Summary = 174
  Key Terms and Concepts = 175
 TOPIC 10 The Wechsler Tradition of Intelligence Testing = 176
  Overview of the Wechsler Tests = 177
   Origins of the Wechsler Tests = 177
   General Features of the Wechsler Tests = 178
  Description and Analysis of the Wechsler Subtests = 179
   Information = 180
   Digit Span = 180
   Vocabulary = 181
   Arithmetic = 181
   Comprehension = 181
   Similarities = 182
   Picture Completion = 182
   Picture Arrangement = 183
   Block Design = 183
   Object Assembly = 184
   Coding or Digit Symbol = 185
   Mazes = 186
   WPPSI-R Subtests = 186
  The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised(WAIS-R) = 187
   WAIS-R Standardization = 187
   Reliability = 188
   Validity = 188
  The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised(WISC-R) = 191
  The Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence-Revised(WPPSI-R) = 193
  Summary = 194
  Key Terms and Concepts = 195
CHAPTER 6 INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP TESTS OF INTELLIGENCE = 196
 TOPIC 11 Intelligence Tests Alternatives to the Wechsler Tradition = 196
  Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale Fourth Edition = 197
   The SB FE Model of Intelligence = 198
   Subtest on the SB FE = 200
   Standardization and Psychometric Properties of the SB FE = 200
   Administration and Scoring of the SB FE = 202
   Validity of the SB FE = 203
   Appraisal of the SB FE = 203
  Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC) = 203
  McCarthy Scales of Children's Abilities = 210
  Detroit Test of Learning Aptitude-2 = 214
  Slosson Intelligence Test = 215
  Differential Ability Scales = 217
  Summary = 218
  Key Terms and Concepts = 219
 TOPIC 12 Group Tests of Intelligence220
  Origins and Characteristics of Group Tests = 221
   Origins = 221
   Differences between Group and Individual Tests = 221
   Advantages and Disadvantages of Group Testing = 222
  Case Exhibit 12.1 Pitfalls of Group Testing = 223
  Multidimensional Aptitude Battery (MAB) = 223
   Background and Description = 223
   Technical Features = 224
   Comment on the MAB = 226
  Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFTT) = 227
   Background and Description = 227
   Technical Features = 224
   Comment on the CFTT = 229
  Raven's Progressive Matrices (RPM) = 229
   Background and Description = 229
   Technical Features = 230
   Comment on the RPM = 231
  Shipley Institute of Living Scale (SILS) = 231
   Background and Description = 232
   Technical Features = 232
   Comment on the SILS = 233
  A Multilevel Battery The Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAt) = 234
   Background and Description = 234
   Technical Features = 235
   Comment on the CogAT = 236
   In Brief Additional School-based Intelligence Tests = 236
  Summary = 237
  Key Terms and Concepts = 239
CHAPTER 7 SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND ISSUES IN INTELLIGENCE TESTING = 240
 TOPIC 13 Testing Special Populations = 240
  Types of Tests and Procedures for Special Populations = 242
  The Legal Mandate for Assessing the Handicapped = 242
   Public Law 94-142 = 242
   Public Law 99-457 = 243
  Nonlanguage Tests = 243
   Leiter International Performance Scale = 243
   The Goodenough--Harris Drawing Test = 244
   Hiskey-Nebraska Test of Learning Aptitude = 247
   Test of Nonverbal Intelligence = 248
  Nonreading and Motor-Reduced Tests = 249
   Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test-Revised = 249
  Case Exhibit 13.1 The Challenge of Assessment in Cerebral Palsy = 250
   Columbia Mental Retardation = 253
  Tests for Blind and Visually Impaired Persons = 252
  Assessment of Adaptive Behavior in Mental Retardation = 253
   Definition of Mental Retardation = 253
   Scales of Independent Behavior = 256
   Independent Living Behavior Checklist (ILBC) = 258
   Additional Measures of Adaptive Behavior = 258
  Summary = 260
  Key Terms and Concepts = 262
 TOPIC 14 Issues and Controversies in Intelligence Testing = 263
  Genetic and Environmental Determinants of Intelligence = 264
   Genetic Contributions to Intelligence = 264
   Environmental Effects Impoverishment and Enrichment = 265
   Teratogenic Effects on Intelligence and Development = 268
   Effects of Environmental Toxins on Intelligence = 268
  Origins of Black-White IQ Differences = 269
   The Nature of Black-White IQ Differences = 269
   The Genetic Hypothesis in Black-White IQ Differences = 269
   Tenability of the Genetic Hypothesis = 271
  Applications of Infant Intelligence Test = 271
   Gesell Developmental Schedules = 272
   Denver Development Screening Test = 273
   Uzgiris-Hunt Scales = 273
   Bayley Scales of Infant Development = 274
   Practical Utility of the Bayley and Other Infant Scales = 275
  Age Changes in Intelligence = 277
   Early Cross-Sectional Research on Age and Intelligence = 277
   Sequential Studies of Intelligence with Multidimensional Instruments = 278
   Postformal Operations in Adulthood and Old Age = 281
  Summary = 284
  Key Terms and Concepts = 286
CHAPTER 8 APTITUDE TESTS, ACHIEVEMENT TESTS, AND TESTS FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES = 287
 TOPIC 15 Aptitude and Special Ability Tests = 287
  A Primer of Factor Analysis = 288
   The Correlation Matrix = 289
   The Factor Matrix and Factor Loadings = 290
   Geometric Representation of Factor Loadings = 291
   The Rotated Factor Matrix = 292
   The Interpretation of Factors = 294
   Issues in Factor Analysis = 295
  Multiple Aptitude Test Batteries = 296
   The Differential Aptitude(DAT) = 296
   The General Aptitude Test Battery(GATB) = 299
   The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery(ASVAB) = 300
  The Assessment of Creativity and Artistic Aptitude = 304
   Creativity as Process = 304
   Creativity as Personal Characteristics = 305
   Creativity as Product = 306
   Comment on Creativity Tests = 309
  Summary = 309
  Key Terms and Concepts = 311
 TOPIC 16 Achievement Tests and the Assessment of Learning Disabilities = 312
  Essential Concepts in Achievement Testing = 313
   Group and Individual Achievement Tests = 313
   Norm-Referenced and Criterion-Referenced Tests = 313
   Ability, Aptitude, and Achievement Tests = 313
   The Functions of Achievement Testing = 314
  Educational Achievement Tests = 314
   Iowa Tests of Basic Skills = 315
   Metropolitan Achievement Test, Sixth Edition = 316
   The Iowa Tests of Educational Development = 318
   The Tests of Achievement and Proficiency = 319
   Additional Group Standardized Achievement Tests = 319
  Individual Achievement Tests = 320
   Merits of Individual Achievement Tests = 320
   Overview of Individual Achievement Tests = 321
   Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement (K-TEA) = 321
  Assessment of Learning Disabilities = 324
   The Definition of Learning Disabilities = 324
   Essential Features of Learning Disabilities = 326
  Test Batteries in the Assessment of Learning Disabilities = 328
   Assessment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder = 330
  Summary = 333
  Key Terms and Concepts = 335
CHAPTER 9 INDUSTRIAL AND OCCUPATIONAL TESTING = 336
 TOPIC 17 Psychological Measurement in Industry = 336
  A Framework for Industrial Testing and Assessment = 337
  The Role of Testing and Assessment in Personnel Selection = 338
  Autobiographical Data = 339
   The Nature of Biodata = 339
   The Validity of Biodata = 340
  The Employment Interview = 341
   Reliability of the Interview = 342
   Validity of the Interview = 342
   Why Are Interviews Used? = 343
  Work Samples and Situational Exercises = 343
   The In-Basket Test = 345
  Ability and Personality Tests = 346
   Ability Tests = 346
   Wonderlic Personnel Test = 346
   Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test = 347
   Minnesota Clerical Test = 349
   Personality tests = 349
   Overt Integrity Tests = 350
   Personality-Based Integrity Tests = 350
  Polygraph Data = 351
  Performance Evaluation in Industry = 353
   Functions of Performance Evaluation = 353
   Types of Performance Measures = 353
   Rating Scales = 355
   The Social Context of Rating Scales = 355
  Summary = 358
  Key Terms and Concepts = 359
 TOPIC 18 Tests of Interests and Values = 360
  An Overview of Interest Assessment = 360
  Strong Interest Inventory(SII) = 361
   Origins and Assumptions of the SVIB = 361
   The Strong Interest Inventory (SII) = 362
   Evaluation of the SII = 363
  Jackson Vocational Interest Survey (JVIS) = 366
  Kuder General Interest Survey and Other Kuder Inventories = 367
   The Kuder General Interest Survey = 367
   Critique of the KGIS = 368
  Self-Directed Search (SDS) = 368
  Moral Judgment Scales = 370
   The Moral Judgment Scale = 370
   Stage of Moral Development = 370
   Critique of the Moral Judgment Scale = 371
   The Defining Issues Test = 372
  Consumer Assessment = 373
   Telephone Surveys = 373
   Mail Surveys = 374
   Focus Groups = 374
   Psychophysiological Measurement = 376
  Summary = 377
  Key Terms and Concepts = 379
CHAPTER 10 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT = 380
 TOPIC 19 Foundations of Neuropsychological Assessment = 380
  Anatomy of the Brain = 381
  Case Exhibit 19.1 Brain Dysfunction and Test Results = 382
   Functional Organization of the Brain = 382
  Hindbrain = 384
  Midbrain = 386
  Diencephalon = 386
  Limbic Lobe = 387
  Basal Ganglia = 388
  Corpus Callosum = 388
  Cerebral Cortex = 389
  Functions of the Frontal, Parietal, Temporal, and Occipital Lobes = 390
   Occipital Lobes = 391
   Parietal Lobes = 391
   Temporal Lobes = 393
   Frontal Lobes = 395
  Lateralization of Function within the Cerebral Hemispheres = 398
   Language Functions of the Left Hemisphere = 399
   Specialized Functions of the Right Cerebral Hemisphere = 401
  Clinical Tests and Brain Imaging Techniques = 402
  Real-life Applications of Neuropsychological Test Findings = 402
  Case Exhibit 19.2 Reprise on the Failing Premedical Student = 402
  Summary = 404
  Key Terms and Concepts = 406
 TOPIC 20 Neuropsychological Tests and Procedures = 407
  A Conceptual Model of Brain-Behavior Relationships = 408
  Assessment of Sensory Input = 408
   Sensory-Perceptual Exam = 408
   Finger Localization Test = 410
   Other Sensory Measures = 411
  Measures of Attention and Concentration = 412
   Subtracting Serial Sevens = 413
   Continuous Performance Test = 413
   Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test = 413
   Additional Measures of Attentional Impairment = 414
  Test of Learning and Memory = 415
   Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised = 415
   Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test = 416
   Fuld Object-Memory Evaluation = 417
   Additional Tests of Learning and Memory = 419
  Assessment of Language Functions = 419
   Clinical Examination for Aphasia = 419
   Screening and Comprehensive Diagnostic Tests for Aphasia = 421
  Tests of Spatial and Manipulatory Ability = 423
   Drawing Tests = 424
   Assembling Tests = 424
  Assessment of Executive Functions = 426
  Assessment of Motor Output = 429
  Reprise Test Batteries in Neuropsychological Assessment = 430
  Case Exhibit 20.1 Evaluation of a Stroke Patient with the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery = 432
  Summary = 433
  Key Terms and Concepts = 434
CHAPTER 11 ORIGINS OF PERSONALITY TESTING = 435
 TOPIC 21 Theories and the Measurement of Personality = 435
  Psychoanalytic Theories of Personality = 436
   Origins of Psychoanalytic Theory = 437
   The Structure of the Mind = 437
   The Role of Defense Mechanisms = 438
   Assessment of Defense Mechanisms and Ego Functions = 438
  Type Theories of Personality = 441
   Physique and Temperament = 441
   Type A coronary-Prone Behavior Pattern = 442
  Phenomenological Theories of Personality = 443
   Origins of the Phenomenological Approach = 443
   Carl Rogers, Self Theory, and the Q-Technique = 443
  Behavioral and Social Learning Theories = 445
  Trait Conceptions of Personality = 446
   Cattell's Factor-Analytic Trait Theory = 447
   Eysenck's Trait-Dimensional Theory = 447
   Critique of the Trait Concept = 447
  Summary = 449
  Key Terms and Concepts = 450
 TOPIC 22 Projective Techniques = 451
  The Projective Hypothesis = 452
  A Primer of Projective Techniques = 452
   Origins of Projective Techniques = 452
   The Popularity of Projective Tests A Paradox = 452
   A Classification of Projective Techniques = 453
  Association Techniques = 453
   The Rorschach = 453
   Comment of the Rorschach = 455
   Holtzman Inkblot Technique = 457
   The Word Association Test = 457
  Completion Techniques = 459
   Sentence Completion Tests = 459
   Rotter Incomplete Sentences Blank = 460
   Rosenzweig Picture Frustration Study = 462
  Construction Techniques = 464
   The Thematic Apperception Test(TAT) = 464
   The Picture Projective Test = 466
   Children's Apperception Test = 466
   Other Variations on the TAT = 467
  Expression Techniques = 468
   The Draw-A-Person Test = 468
   The House-Tree-Person Test = 468
  Reprise The Projective Paradox = 470
  Summary = 471
  Case Exhibit 22.1 Projective Tests as Ancillary to the Interview = 471
  Key Terms and Concepts = 473
CHAPTER 12 STRUCTURED PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT = 474
 TOPIC 23 Self-Report Inventories = 474
  Theory-Guided Inventories = 475
   Edwards Personal Preference Schedule = 476
   Personality Research Form = 478
   Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(MBTI) = 480
   Jenkins Activity Survey(JAS) = 480
   Survey of Work Styles(SWS) = 482
   State-Trait Anxiety Inventory(STAI) = 482
  Factor Analytically Derived Inventories = 482
   Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire(16 PF) = 482
   Eysenck Personality Questionnaire = 487
   Guilford-Zimmerman Temperament Survey = 491
   Comrey Personality Scales = 492
  Criterion-Keyed Inventories = 492
   Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory(MMPI) = 494
   MMPI Interpretation = 496
   Technical Properties of the MMPI = 497
   Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2(MMPI-2) = 497
   California Psychological Inventory(CPI) = 498
   Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory(MCMI) = 500
   Personality Inventory for Children(PIC) = 502
  Summary = 504
  Key Terms and Concepts = 506
 TOPIC 24 Behavioral Assessment and Related Approaches = 507
  Foundations of Behavior Therapy = 508
  Behavior Therapy and Behavioral Assessment = 509
   Exposure-Based Methods = 509
   Contingency Management Procedures = 510
   Cognitive Behavior Therapies = 511
   Assertiveness and Social Skills Training = 512
   Self-Monitoring Procedures = 514
  Assessment of Nonverbal Behavior = 515
   Visual Interaction = 516
   Paralinguistics = 518
   Facial Expression = 519
   Profile of Nonverbal Sensitivity(PONS) = 520
  Summary = 521
  Key Terms and Concepts = 523
CHAPTER 13 SOCIAL AND LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF TESTING = 524
 TOPIC	25 Test Bias and Extra-Validity Concerns = 524
  The Test Bias Controversy = 526
  Criteria of Test Bias and Test Fairness = 526
   The Technical Meaning of Test Bias A Definition = 527
   Fallacious Notions of Test Bias = 527
   Bias in Content Validity = 528
   Bias in Predictive or Criterion-Related Validity = 529
   Bias in Construct Validity = 531
   Reprise on Test Bias = 534
  Social Values and Test Fairness = 534
   Unqualified Individualism = 535
   Quotas = 535
   Qualified Individualism = 535
   Reprise on Test Fairness = 536
  Extra-Validity Concerns and the Widening Scope of Test Validity = 536
   Unintended Side Effects of Testing = 536
   The Lake Wobegon Effect Social Consequences of Standardized Testing = 537
   The Widening Scope of Test Validity = 538
  Computerized Applications in Testing Validity and Extra-Validity Concerns = 539
  Advantages of Computerized Testing and Report Writing = 540
   Clinical Versus Actuarial Judgment = 540
   Computerized Adaptive Testing(CAT) = 542
  Disadvantages of Computerized Testing and Report Writing = 542
  Summary = 544
  Key Terms and Concepts = 546
 TOPIC 26 Legal and Ethical Issues in Testing = 547
  Ethical Principles in Testing = 548
   Best Interests of the Clint = 549
   Confidentiality = 549
   Expertise of the Test User = 549
   Informed Consent = 549
  Case Exhibit 26.1 Overzealous Interpretation of the MMPI = 550
  Psychological Tests and Courtroom Testimony = 550
   Standards for the Expert Witness = 551
   Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity = 552
   Competency to Stand Trial = 553
   The Prediction of Violence = 556
   Child Custody = 556
   Personal Injury and Related Testimony = 557
   Controversy over the Testimony in a Personal Injury Case = 558
  Case Exhibit 26.2 Expert Testimony in a Personal Injury Case = 558
  Legal Issues in School-Based Intelligence Testing = 559
   Hobson v. Hansen = 560
   Diana v. State Board of Education = 560
   Larry P. v. Riles = 561
   Parents in Action on Special Education(PASE) v. Joseph P. Hannon = 562
   Georgia Conferences of NAACP v. Georgia = 562
  Legal Issues in Employment Testing = 563
   Early Court Cases and Legislation = 563
   Advent of EEOC Employment Testing Standards = 564
   Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection = 565
   Legal Implication of Subjective Employment Devices = 566
 Epilogue Legal References for Court Cases = 567
 Summary = 567
 Key Terms and Concepts = 569
Appendix A Major Landmarks in the History of Testing = 571
Appendix B Test Publisher Addresses = 574
Appendix C Major Tests and Their Publishers = 576
Appendix D Standard and Standardized-Score Equivalents of Percentile Ranks in a Normal Distribution = 579
Glossary = 582
References = 592
Index of Names = 649
Index of Subjects = 661


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