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Question number: 38

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On the PBS series “This Old House, ” Norm is the name of the master carpenter. In psychology, “norm” is used to refer to

Understanding the Concept of Norm and Its Importance

What is norm? How is it different from standard referenced assessment?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

a level of work product anticipated under specific conditions.

b.

all of the above.

c.

what is typical at a particular age in a particular context.

d.

behavior that is usual, average, normal or expected.

Question number: 39

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People who do well on embedded figure tests are characterized to have ________ perceptual cognitive style.

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Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Field-dependent

b.

Flexible

c.

Constricted

d.

Field-independent

Question number: 40

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“A good test measures what it purports to measure and does so in a relatively consistent fashion. ” This statement is a reference to the

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

technical or psychometric quality of a test.

b.

computer-administered version of a paper-and-pencil test.

c.

degree to which a tool of assessment is precise.

d.

degree to which a tool of assessment is concise.

Question number: 41

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“I spent all last night studying Chapter 7, and there wasn’t one item on the test from that chapter! ” Translated into the language of psychometrics, this statement would read:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

“And staying up to watch Sledgehammer on VH-1 didn’t help either! ”

b.

“I have grave concerns about rater error affecting reliability. ”

c.

“I noted excessive error variance related to test administration. ”

d.

“I question the examination’s content validity. ”

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