Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

Psy 433 Introduction to Psychological Testing

Covers theoretical and practical issues related to psychological tests used in educational, organizational, and clinical settings. Testing areas covered include intelligence, personality, values, interests, moral development, aptitudes and psychological disorders. Students will learn how to evaluate the quality of a psychological test and how to make informed choices about whether a test is appropriate for a particular setting.




Recommended prerequisites: Psy 321 and Stat 243 and 244.
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