GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology Measurement and Methodology-Scientific Method and the Evaluation of Evidence Study Material (Page 12 of 18)

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Projective Techniques: Disadvantages of Projective Techniques


Disadvantages of Projective Techniques

  • It provides no consistent meaningful & testable theories
  • There is no evidence of relationship between projective techniques and personality traits
  • It has no standardized measure of administration
  • It cannot be applied to average or superior intelligence
  • Scoring method used in this technique is given and d…

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Sociometry: Sociogram and Sociomatrix and Advantages of Sociometry


The word sociometry comes from the Latin “socius,” meaning social and the Latin “metrum,” meaning measure. As these roots imply, sociometry is a way of measuring the degree of relatedness among people. Devised by Moreno and popularly used in the field of social psychology this technique is based on observation. Moreno defined sociometry as “the mathematical study of psychological properties of populations, the experimental technique of, and the results obtained by application of quantitative methods.”

Sociogram and S…

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