Psychological Testing, 7th Edition

By Anne Anastasi, Susana Urbina

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Dec 27, 1996

Table of Contents

I. FUNCTIONS AND ORIGINS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING.

 1. Nature and Use of Psychological Tests.

 2. Historical Antecedents of Modern Testing.

II. TECHNICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES.

 3. Norms and the Meaning of Test Scores.

 4. Reliability.

 5. Validity: Basic Concepts.

 6. Validity: Measurement and Interpretation.

 7. Item Analysis.

III. ABILITY TESTING.

 8. Individual Tests.

 9. Tests for Special Populations.

10. Group Testing.

11. Nature of Intelligence.

12. Psychological Issues in Ability Testing.

IV. PERSONALITY TESTING.

13. Self-Report Personality Inventories.

14. Measuring Interests and Attitudes.

15. Projective Techniques.

16. Other Assessment Techniques.

V. APPLICATIONS OF TESTING.

17. Major Contexts of Current Test Use.

18. Ethical and Social Considerations in Testing.

Appendix A: Alphabetical Listing of Tests and Other Assessment Tools.

Appendix B: Addresses of Test Publishers, Distributors, and Test-Related Organizations.

References.

Acknowledgements.

Name Index.

Subject Index.

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