Psychometric methods theory into practice

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psychometric methods theory into practice

Larry R. Price (Author of Psychometric Methods)

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Lecture 38 Psychometric tests of Personality Assessment

This item:Psychometric Methods: Theory into Practice (Methodology in the Social Sciences) by Larry R. Price Hardcover $ Measurement Theory and Applications for the Social Sciences (Methodology. Larry R. Price, PhD, is Professor of Psychometrics and Statistics at Texas State.
Larry R. Price

Psychometric Methods

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Psychometric Methods: Theory into Practice (Methodology in the Social Sciences)

View larger. Hardcover December 12, G rounded in current knowledge and professional practice, this book provides up-to-date coverage of psychometric theory, methods, and interpretation of results. Essential topics include measurement and statistical concepts, scaling models, test design and development, reliability, validity, factor analysis, item response theory, and generalizability theory. Also addressed are norming and test equating, topics not typically covered in traditional psychometrics texts. Examples drawn from a dataset on intelligence testing are used throughout the book, elucidating the assumptions underlying particular methods and providing SPSS or alternative syntax for conducting analyses.

Grounded in current knowledge and professional practice, this book provides up-to-date coverage of psychometric theory, methods, and interpretation of results. Essential topics include measurement and statistical concepts, scaling models, test design and development, reliability, validity, factor analysis, item response theory, and generalizability theory. Also addressed are norming and test equating, topics not typically covered in traditional psychometrics texts. Examples drawn from a dataset on intelligence testing are used throughout the book, elucidating the assumptions underlying particular methods and providing SPSS or alternative syntax for conducting analyses. The companion website presents datasets for all examples as well as PowerPoint slides of figures and key concepts.

Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item I particularly like the generalizability theory, norms and test equating, scaling, and validation process chapters. It is very easy reading--I am planning to use the book next spring. I learned a lot from reading it. The key terms are very useful, as are the chapter summaries.

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  2. Aleck P. says:

    Grounded in current knowledge and professional practice, this book provides up- to-date coverage of psychometric theory, methods, and.

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