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Question number: 39

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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

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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

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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:

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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. ”

Question number: 42

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In its plural form, “norms” is a term used in psychometrics to refer to the test performance data of

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Choice (4) Response

a.

test takers who constitute a control group in an experiment.

b.

a sample of people with no prior training in the tested area.

c.

a particular group of test takers to be used for comparison.

d.

people tested at a different time than another group of test takers.

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