Theory and Principles of Psychological Testing
Three semester hours.
Introduces the rationale of psychological measurement, test construction, validity, reliability, standardization, and statistical treatment of test results. Examines various accepted tests as measurements of significant individual characteristics. Prerequisite: PSYC 2317. May be taken for graduate credit.
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