Psychological Testing and Measurement

This course covers basic principles of psychological testing and measurement, including basic statsitics, scaling, test construction, reliability, validity, item analysis, and test utility.

Note

The articles written in English have blue links. The articles written in Thai have red links.

Spring 2017 (ASSESSMENT; Graduate, CU)

Course Syllabus

Lectures

Use the materials from Fall 2016.

Course Project

  1. Unidimensional Scale Development. Assignment

Tests

  1. First Exam. Questions.

Fall 2016 (ASSESSMENT; Graduate, CU)

Course Syllabus

Lectures

  1. Introduction. PowerPoint.
  2. Reliability. PowerPoint. R Script. Data.
  3. Validity. PowerPoint.
  4. Test Development. PowerPoint.
  5. Test Utility. PowerPoint.

Course Project

  1. Unidimensional Scale Development. Assignment

Tests

  1. First Exam. Questions.

All Previous Classes

Lecture

Overview and History of Psychological Testing. PowerPoint (2008). PowerPoint (2007).

Statistics in Psychological Testing. PowerPoint (2008). Handout (2007): SPSS Usage.

Scaling, Norm and the Meaning of Test Scores. PowerPoint (2008; pp. 2-21). PowerPoint (2007).

Before Test Construction. PowerPoint (2008; pp. 23-53).

Reliability. PowerPoint (2008). PowerPoint (2007).

Validity. PowerPoint (2008). PowerPoint (2007).

Item Analysis. PowerPoint (2008). PowerPoint (2007).

Test Utility. PowerPoint (2008). PowerPoint (2007).

Brief Introduction of Test Construction Process. Paper (2006).

Spring 2008

Syllabus

Case Study

1. Entrance Exam. PowerPoint.

2. Maid Performance. PowerPoint1. PowerPoint2.

3. Statistics Usage: Mechanical Comprehension. (From Lecture on Statistics in Psychological Testing, 2008). Data.

Test

Midterm. Test. Answer Sheet. Review.

Spring 2007

Syllabus

Lab

1. Discussion Questions. Assignment.

2. Statsitics. Assignment.

Project.

Course Project. Assignment. PowerPoint.

Test

Quiz 1. Quiz.

Quiz 2. Quiz.

Quiz 3. Quiz.

Quiz 4. Quiz.

Final. Test.

Spring 2006 (Laboratory Class)

Syllabus

Lab

GRE. Test. Data. Syntax.

Quiz

Quiz 1. Quiz.

Homework

Homework 1. Assignment.

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