Psychological Tests & Individual Differences (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 70 - 74 of 80

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Question number: 70

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Test revision

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Choice (4) Response

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all of the above.

b.

applies to both brand new and existing tests.

c.

is usually followed by test standardization.

d.

occurs after each stage of the development process.

Question number: 71

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Tests that employ real life problems that the examinee is likely to face on the job are called:

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Job tasks

b.

Situational tests

c.

Valid tests

d.

Projective techniques

Question number: 72

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A type of scale with a true zero point is

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an ordinal scale.

b.

an IQ scale.

c.

a ratio scale.

d.

an interest scale.

Question number: 73

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“What is a good item? ” The answer to this question

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all of the above.

b.

can be made with reference to item analysis data.

c.

can never be made with certainty.

d.

much like beauty, is in the eyes of the beholder.

Question number: 74

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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin is a ground-breaking book for many reasons. Its historical significance for psychological testing and assessment is that it

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a.

challenged the biblical account of creation in Genesis.

b.

argued that chance variations in the gene pool affected behavior.

c.

conferred scientific respectability on the study of sex and aggression.

d.

served as a stimulus for interest in individual differences.

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