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PSYC371 Notes

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Lecture 2 – Professional Psychology Testing Vs Assessment Maloney and Ward (1976): “a process of solving problems (answering questions) in which psychological tests are often used as one of the methods of collecting relevant data” Psychological testing refers to the administration, scoring, and interpretation of PTs Limited interpretation e.g., an exam score and grade (55%, Pass), IQ score and percentile ranking Psychological assessment Why is a child experiencing problems at school Administer PTs (e.g., WISC)

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g., an exam score and grade (55%, Pass), IQ score and percentile ranking Psychological assessment Why is a child experiencing problems at school Administer PTs (e.g., WISC) Interview (child, parents, teachers) Obtain history to referral problem (medical, family, developmental, educational) Observe – nonverbal, affect/manner, relations with others, child in class Types of Psychological Tests 1. Type of response required: Self-report What people say they do (e.g., MMPI, EPQ) Economical (group admin, time, scoring) Assess typical behaviour (personality, attitude) Performance What people do (e.g., WAIS) Individual administ...
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