PSYC 578

PSYC 578: Psychological Tests and Measurements
3.0 SH


This course surveys the theory, construction and application of psychological tests. Topics include the statistical concepts underlying measurement; reliability and validity; critical analyses of selected intelligence, ability and personality tests; evaluation and interpretation of test data in practical situations; and the role of testing in clinical, educational and remedial settings. 3 hours lecture.

Prerequisites: Departmental approval, and an undergraduate Psychology statistics course or equivalent.