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Student Workbook To Accompany Miller and Lovler’s Foundations of Psychological Testing
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Student Workbook To Accompany Miller and Lovler’s Foundations of Psychological Testing
Practical and Critical Thinking Exercises

Sixth Edition

Other Titles in:
Psychometrics | Test & Measurement

February 2019 | 408 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

This practical workbook offers a wealth of opportunities for students to apply knowledge learned from the best-selling core text, Foundations of Psychological Testing, Sixth Edition. Exercises and projects allow students to review, engage in, and master concepts, while multiple choice and short answer questions allow students to assess their understanding at the conclusion of each chapter.

INSTRUCTORS: Bundle the workbook with Leslie A. Miller and Robert L. Lovler’s core text, Foundations of Psychological Testing, Sixth Edition, for only $5 more! Bundle ISBN: 978-1-5443-6670-8


 
Preface
 
Chapter 1. What Are Psychological Tests?
 
Chapter 2. Why Is Psychological Testing Important?
 
Chapter 3. What Are the Ethical Responsibilities of Test Publishers, Test Users, and Test Takers?
 
Chapter 4. How Do Test Users Interpret Test Scores?
 
Chapter 5. What Is Test Reliability/Precision?
 
Chapter 6. How Do We Gather Evidence of Validity Based on the Content of a Test?
 
Chapter 7. How Do We Gather Evidence of Validity Based on Test–Criterion Relationships?
 
Chapter 8. How Do We Gather Evidence of Validity Based on a Test’s Relation to Constructs?
 
Chapter 9. How Do We Construct and Administer Surveys and Use Survey Data?
 
Chapter 10. How Do We Develop a Test?
 
Chapter 11. How Do We Assess the Psychometric Quality of a Test?
 
Chapter 12. How Are Tests Used in Educational Settings?
 
Chapter 13. How Are Tests Used in Clinical and Counseling Settings?
 
Chapter 14. How Are Tests Used in Organizational Settings?

“This workbook emphasizes psychometric concepts in a way that is useful and relevant to what psychology majors want to know, and what they will need to know upon graduating.”

David M. Mendelsohn
California State University, San Bernardino