Psychological Tests & Individual Differences (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 33 - 37 of 80

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Question number: 33

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Tests such as the SAT and the GRE employ these to help bring meaning to test takers’ test scores. They are

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a.

criterion-referenced interpretation systems.

b.

incidental samples.

c.

race norming procedures.

d.

fixed reference group scoring systems.

Question number: 34

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Congressional hearings in response to public concern about psychological tests were conducted during the

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1960s.

b.

1940s.

c.

1970s.

d.

1950s.

Question number: 35

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The process of developing a test occurs in five stages beginning with test conceptualization. What is the fifth stage of this process?

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Test tryout.

b.

Item analysis.

c.

Test revision.

d.

Test construction.

Question number: 36

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Which is NOT one of the assumptions about testing and assessment?

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Psychological traits and states can be quantified and measured.

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Sources of error can be eliminated from the assessment process.

c.

Assessment can be conducted in a fair and unbiased manner.

d.

Test-related behavior predicts non-test-related behavior.

Question number: 37

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In their meta-analytic comparison of clinical judgment to mechanical prediction, Grove and colleagues concluded that

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clinical judgment won out.

b.

mechanical prediction won out.

c.

the two approaches were about the same.

d.

no conclusive judgment was possible.

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