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1945 39
1946 219
1947 220
1948 204
1949 244
1950 389
1951 454
1952 484
1953 497
1954 485
1955 426
1956 429
1957 487
1958 440
1959 391
1960 432
1961 465
1962 564
1963 907
1964 1350
1965 1482
1966 841
1967 897
1968 921
1969 668
1970 515
1971 562
1972 550
1973 620
1974 626
1975 520
1976 518
1977 538
1978 738
1979 544
1980 426
1981 456
1982 549
1983 667
1984 769
1985 755
1986 758
1987 860
1988 1063
1989 1076
1990 1342
1991 1159
1992 1182
1993 982
1994 1130
1995 1155
1996 1227
1997 1327
1998 1237
1999 1192
2000 1545
2001 1388
2002 1269
2003 1363
2004 1540
2005 1715
2006 1830
2007 2173
2008 2172
2009 2237
2010 2389
2011 2638
2012 2851
2013 3008
2014 3031
2015 3195
2016 3454
2017 3551
2018 3322
2019 1467
2020 10
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[Psychological tests].
Fahrenberg J. Med Klin 1977. PMID 325345 German.
On the synthesis of information from psychological tests.
Gallucci NT. Psychol Rep 1990 - Review. PMID 2084750
Five methodological issues were considered in evaluating the extent to which the results contributed to the statistical prediction of clinical status: the method of measuring the clinical criteria, the status of participants or the groups tested, whether results were estimated for specific diagnostic groups, whether there were estimates of incremental validity for different psychological tests, and if diagnostic group status was predicted on the basis of test scores as opposed to the report of differences on tests between diagnostic groups. ...
Five methodological issues were considered in evaluating the extent to which the results contributed to the statistical prediction of clinic …
MENTAL ASSOCIATION: TESTING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES BEFORE BINET
Mülberger A. J Hist Behav Sci 2017. PMID 28236298 Free PMC article.
This paper challenges the historiographical discontinuity established between earlier "anthropometric testing" and the arrival of "psychological testing" with Binet and Simon's intelligence test in 1905. After some conceptual clarifications, it deals with "word association": a kind of psychological experimentation and testing which became popular over the last two decades of the 19th century. ...
This paper challenges the historiographical discontinuity established between earlier "anthropometric testing" and the arrival of "psycho
Assessing the suitability of virtual reality for psychological testing.
Roberts AC, et al. Psychol Assess 2019. PMID 30802117
Results indicate that the VR responses are comparable to real life testing, demonstrating the utility of VR for psychological assessment studies. The predicted rapid advancement of VR immersive technologies, as well the ease of their integration with physiological metrics ensures that VR-based assessment will be the modus operandi of psychological assessment in the future. ...
Results indicate that the VR responses are comparable to real life testing, demonstrating the utility of VR for psychological assessm …
[Fair use of tests in health sciences]
Espelt A, et al. Gac Sanit 2014. PMID 24928357 Spanish. Free article.
The concept of equity in the development, adaptation and administration of psychometric tests was first introduced in "Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing" published in 1999 by the American Educational Research Association, the American Psychological Association, and the National Council on Measurement in Education. ...
The concept of equity in the development, adaptation and administration of psychometric tests was first introduced in "Standards for Educati …
Estimating the reliability coefficient of tests in presence of missing values
Cuesta Izquierdo M and Fonseca Pedrero E. Psicothema 2014. PMID 25340900
BACKGROUND: The problem of missing values at the item level is common in studies using educational and psychological tests. The aim of the present work is to explore how the estimation of reliability is affected by missing values. ...
BACKGROUND: The problem of missing values at the item level is common in studies using educational and psychological tests. The aim o …
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