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Cognitive Intellectual Assessment Techniques

by: Gerardo Little

Cognitive Intellectual Assessment Techniques PSYC 631

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Gerardo Little on Monday October 19, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PSYC 631 at Radford University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see /class/224728/psyc-631-radford-university in Psychlogy at Radford University.


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Date Created: 10/19/15
1Study Guide for PSYC 631 Midterm Fall 2007 School Students NOTES 1 Be sure to refer to appropriate Power Points as well as the text These are the Power Points that I ve used in class They are posted on my website 2 There will be no questions that are taken directly from any of the test manuals including the WISCIV or WAISIII manual most of the important information in the WAISIII manual is also contained in Chapter 12 which is covered in this study guide Chapter 1 You should know the basic concepts in this chapter We have gone over these in class using the quotEssentials of Chapter 1quot worksheet Chapter 2 Know the major issues related to classi cation and labeling and the selfful lling prophecy I39m sure that you are or will be familiar with Table 2 1 from your psychopathology course so I won39t ask questions about it Know the issues related to ethnic and cultural diversity and the controversies around the use of standardized tests this takes you to page 28 Omit quotUseful theoretical perspectives for Assessmentquot Know quotFactors that Affect Test Scoresquot and Figure 2 1 Know quotAccounting for Poor Performancequot Omit quotUse of Computers in the Assessment Processquot Know quotConcluding Comment quot Chapter 4 Don t memorize Table 41 Don t worry about calculations statistical symbols and formulas Don t worry about Tables 42 amp 43 Know the general concepts up to p 94 Regression equation Omit the next few pages up to Normreferenced measurement Know that section as well as the following sections up to Item Response Theory on p 113 However omit the tables 43 44 45 and 46 as well as Exhibit 41 Also omit NCEs and Stanines Omit Item Response Theory and Differential Item Functioning Know the Validity section but not Figure 44 Omit Meta Analysis Have a general understanding of factor analysis we discussed this in class Know Other Useful Psychometric Concepts Chapter 5 Know Galton s contribution 7 what statistical techniques did he develop What was his approach to measuring mental characteristics Was it successful Who rst used the term mental test How did James McKeen Cattell approach mental testing What did he contribute to the field of psychology What did Wissler and Sharp determine Know how Binet s approach differed from that of Cattell and Galton What was the impetus for the development of the first Binet scale How did it differ from previous intelligence scales How did Goddard s view of intelligence differ from that of Binet Why was the 1916 Binet important


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