Psychological Assessment and Tests
Historical Background of Psychological Testing (I)
Historical Background of Psychological Testing (II)
Types of Tests and Their Significance
The Testing Process: Test Administration and Test Taking
Test Norms: Interpreting Test Results
Types of Norms
Test Norms and Related Concepts
Domain Referenced Test Interpretation
Test Construction
Item Writing
Item Writing: Guidelines For Item Writing
Types of Reliability
Reliability in Specific Conditions and Allied Issues
Criterion Validity
Construct Validity
Decision Theory
Threats to Validity and Related Issues
Item Analysis (I)
Item Analysis (II)
Item Analysis (III)
Assessment of Intellectual and Cognitive Abilities
Measurement of Intelligence
Intelligence Tests
Piagetian Approach: Measurement of Cognitive Development
Individual Tests of Ability for Specific Purposes
Group Testing
Specific Purposes Tests
Tests for Special Populations
Personality Testing
Objective / Structured Tests of Personality
Projective Personality Tests
Personality: Measurement of Interests and Attitudes
Measurement of Attitudes, Opinions, Locus of Control, Health and Self-efficacy
Alternate Approaches to Personality Assessment
Testing and Assessment in Health Psychology
Measuring Personal Characteristics for Job Placement
Achievement and Educational Tests
Multicultural Testing
Adaptive Testing and Other Issues
Social and Ethical Considerations in Testing
Assessment and Psychological Testing in Clinical & Counseling Settings
Overview of the Course

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