Psychology (PSYC) - Psychological Measurement I: Measuring Achievement

PSYC 3216  Psychological Measurement I: Measuring Achievement


PSYC 2127


PSYC 3206, PSYC 3207, PSYC 3205


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




Students explore the concept of test-wiseness to help them identify and understand unintentional cues in achievement tests that give away the answers. Students explore these test construction errors further in the procedures for developing and validating achievement tests. Students also learn the basic principles of psychological measurements that must be applied to evaluate psychological tests; analyze and interpret test score achievements; and to assess ethical issues in psychological and educational testing.

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