Psychometric methods

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Statementby J.P. Guilford ...
SeriesMcGraw-Hill publications in psychology, J.F. Dasbiell ... consulting editor, McGraw-Hill publications in psychology
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LC ClassificationsBF39 .G8, BF39 .G8
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Paginationxvi, 556 p. incl. 2 illus., ports., diagrs.
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Essential topics include measurement and statistical concepts, scaling models, test design and development, reliability, validity, factor analysis, item response theory, and generalizability theory.5/5(6). Joy Paul Guilford was a US psychologist, best remembered for his psychometric study of human intelligence, including the important distinction between convergent and divergent production.

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Psychometric Methods: Theory into Practice Larry R. Price Grounded in current knowledge and professional practice, this book provides up-to-date coverage of psychometric theory, methods, and interpretation of results. Psychological measurement; Psychophysical theory; A mathematical introduction; The method of Psychometric methods book error; Method of minimal changes; The constant methods; The method of pair comparisons; The method of rank order; Scaling from interval and ration judgements; The method of successive categories and other scaling methods and problems; Rating scales; 5/5(1).

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Michael Furr and Verne R. Bacharach center their presentation of material around a conceptual understanding of psychometric Reviews: 1. The words “psychometric” as an adjective and “psychometrics” as a noun referring to the field of study came into increasingly common use as psychology developed, reaching prominence as the name of the subdiscipline with the foundation of the Psychometric Society in and the publication of Guilford’s () Psychometric Methods.

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The up/down methods increase or decrease stimulus intensities based on the pattern of responses to the preceding few trials. The running fit methods (which include the Best PEST and Quest) fit a psychometric function (PF) to all of the preceding responses and present the stimulus at the current estimate of the threshold.

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The book introduces psychometric precept using a latent variable modeling (LVM) framework and emphasizes interval estimation all by way of, so as to greater put collectively readers for studying additional superior topics later of their careers. Spearman (), who is credited with being the inventor of factor analysis, the major statistical method used by psychometric theories, initiated this approach.

Spearman’s model of intelligence emphasized the singular nature of intelligence, which he termed g for general intelligence, a trait that is normally distributed across populations.

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The analysis of response data to test items requires psychometric methods.

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Psychometric tests are a series of standardised tasks, designed in such a way that everyone who takes them receives the same task to do and the same instructions for doing them.

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