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📒Handbook Of Psychological Testing ✍ Paul Kline
✏Handbook of Psychological Testing Book Summary : Since publication in its first edition the Handbook of Psychological Testing has become the standard text for organisational and educational psychologists. It offers the only comprehensicve, modern and clear account of the whole of the field of psychometrics. It covers psychometric theory, the different kinds of psychological test, applied psychological testing, and the evaluation of the best published psychological tests. It is outstanding for its detailed and complete coverage of the field, its clarity (even for the non-mathematical) and its emphasis on the practical application of psychometric theory in psychology and education, as well as in vocational, occupational and clinical fields. For this second edition the Handbook has been extensively revised and updated to include the latest research and thinking in the field. Unlike other work in this area, it challenges the scientific rigour of conventional psychometrics and identifies groundbreaking new ways forward.
📒Psychological Testing Principles Applications And Issues ✍ Robert M. Kaplan
✏Psychological Testing Principles Applications and Issues Book Summary : PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS, AND ISSUES, Eighth Edition explains the fundamentals of psychological testing, their important applications, and the controversies that emerge from those applications in clinical, education, industrial, and legal settings. Robert M. Kaplan and Dennis P. Saccuzzo's engaging and thorough text demonstrates how psychological tests are constructed and used, both in a professional setting and in everyday lives. Part I focuses on the core concepts that affect the evaluation of all tests. Part II discusses the major types of psychological tests, while Part III looks at present-day issues affecting testing such as bias, laws, and ethics. Chapters are independent enough to allow instructors to structure their class to achieve course objectives. A multitude of test profiles and sample items illustrate how psychological testing is used and reported. Real-life case studies demonstrate the uses and misuses of psychological testing, helping to maximize student interest, while Technical Example boxes assist students in grasping complex statistical concepts. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Psychological Testing ✍ George Domino
✏Psychological Testing Book Summary : This book is an introductory text to the field of psychological testing primarily suitable for undergraduate students in psychology, education, business, and related fields. This book will also be of interest to graduate students who have not had a prior exposure to psychological testing and to professionals such as lawyers who need to consult a useful source. Psychological Testing is clearly written, well-organized, comprehensive, and replete with illustrative materials. In addition to the basic topics, the text covers in detail topics that are often neglected by other texts such as cross-cultural testing, the issue of faking tests, the impact of computers and the use of tests to assess positive behaviors such as creativity.
📒Psychological Testing ✍ Louis H. Janda
✏Psychological Testing Book Summary : Psychological Testing: Theory, And Applications prepares students to quantify observations through the use of psychological tests. This new title is the first psychological testing book to devote forty percent of its coverage to psychometric theory. In a detailed account, Professor Janda explains why measurement is critical to all sub-areas of psychology. The developing psychologist is concerned with measuring children's intelligence, creativity, and moral development. The counseling psychologist is committed to using tests to help clients learn what career choices offer the best match with their interests and abilities. The educational psychologist must measure how much learning has occurred in the past and the types of educational experiences that can facilitate future learning. Personality and social psychologists find it necessary to develop new measures to allow them to investigate their current theories and constructs. The I/O psychologist predicts and measures job performance, and clinical psychologists want to assess psychopathology and predict response to treatment. Even experimental psychologists utilize psychological tests to study phenomena such as brain-behavior relationships. The author conveys how these principles are used to develop tests and how reviewers rely on them to evaluate tests. Every text comes with FREE Student Tutorial on disk. In an engaging and accessible writing style, students will grasp the psychometric principles easily. Students will benefit from Professor Janda's sound, practical advice for evaluating and selecting tests, as well as how to achieve test results that affect their lives. The text unfolds with coverage of the specialty areas in psychology. Secondly, the book discusses the extent to which tests are actually used. By utilizing Psychological Testing, Theory, and Applications, students will gain an appreciation and an understanding of how psychological tests impact society.
📒Psychological Testing Principles Applications And Issues ✍ Robert Kaplan
✏Psychological Testing Principles Applications and Issues Book Summary : Co-authors Kaplan and Saccuzzo’s engaging, thorough text demonstrates how psychological tests are constructed and used, both in a professional setting and in everyday lives. PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS, AND ISSUES, SEVENTH EDITION is organized into three parts for instructor convenience. Part I focuses on the core concepts that affect the evaluation of all tests. Part II discusses the major types of psychological tests, while Part III looks at present-day issues affecting testing such as bias, laws and ethics. Chapters are independent enough to allow instructors to structure their class to achieve course objectives. The text features a multitude of test profiles and sample items, demonstrating how psychological testing is used and reported. Real-life case studies demonstrate the uses and misuses of psychological testing, helping to maximize student interest. Technical Example boxes explain complex statistical concepts in detail to ensure students are fully grasping the concepts. PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS, AND ISSUES, SEVENTH EDITION features the fundamentals of psychological testing, their important applications, and the controversies that emerge from those applications in the clinical, education, industrial and legal settings. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Psychological Testing ✍ John Toplis
✏Psychological Testing Book Summary : This leading text has long been established as a definitive introduction for managers and students to understanding what tests are. The new edition will embrace current trends and practices. The book's aim is to cover the many tests that have been designed for use in the areas of clinical or educational psychology.
📒Foundations Of Psychological Testing ✍ Leslie A. Miller
✏Foundations of Psychological Testing Book Summary : Offering a clear introduction to the basics of psychological testing as well as to psychometrics and statistics, Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach, Fifth Edition by Leslie A. Miller and Robert L. Lovler is a practical book that includes discussion of foundational concepts and issues, using real-life examples and situations that students will easily recognize, relate to, and find interesting. A variety of pedagogical tools further the conceptual understanding needed for effective use of tests and test scores. Now aligned with the 2014 Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, the Fifth Edition offers new and expanded content throughout.
📒Foundations Of Psychological Testing ✍ Sandra A. McIntire
✏Foundations of Psychological Testing Book Summary : The Second Edition of Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach is a scholarly, yet pragmatic and easy to understand text for undergraduate students new to the field of psychological testing. Using an engaging, conversational format, authors Sandra A. McIntire and Leslie A. Miller aim to prepare students to be informed consumers—as test users or test takers—not to teach students to administer or interpret individual psychological tests.
📒Essentials Of Psychological Testing ✍ Lee Joseph Cronbach
✏Essentials of Psychological Testing Book Summary : The fifth edition of this text instructs students on how to evaluate tests and testing practices and encourages them to try and develop new and better testing instruments to predict the controversies of the future.
📒Dictionary Of Psychological Testing Assessment And Treatment ✍ Ian Stuart-Hamilton
✏Dictionary of Psychological Testing Assessment and Treatment Book Summary : `A useful book for the specialist engaged in assessment and research'. - Journal of Analytical Psychology `This book is a must-have for the bookshelf if you are a student or practitioner in the fields of psychology or even sociology. It will be of equal value to anyone working in the fields of brain injury, mental health or related fields. It is a handbook of references, terms and abbreviations related to neuroanatomy, psychology, medicine and their experiments and therapies, as well as dipping in and out of statistical processes and their meanings. The book will have broad appeal from student to practitioner to doctor. This book is a new and improved second edition. I only wish I had known of the existence of the first edition as it will most certainly prove a valuable tool.' - The Encephalitis Society The fully revised and updated second edition of this well-established reference provides over 400 new or improved terms, and is an exhaustive guide to the key terms used in psychological testing, assessment and measurement. Over 3000 definitions offer clear explanations of statistical procedures commonly used in psychology; major psychometric and other psychological tests; categories of mental illness, mental disability, and brain damage; frequently used medical terms; basic neuroanatomy; and types of psychological therapies. This book is suitable for all levels of understanding, from undergraduate and postgraduate students to practitioners of psychology and associated fields, with particular attention to statistical terms used in typical university syllabuses, as well as tests commonly available in computer packages and cited in psychological journals and similar publications.