Flashcards in memorise Deck (31):
Uniformity in the procedure of test administration is
An important advantage of individual tests is that the evaluator can
estimate the motivational level of the participant
What is meant with a transactional reference frame?
the diagnostics is not only concerned about the child, but the environment that the child is in
In addition to Binett and Simon, who had the biggest influence on intelligence testing?
Which subtest is the least reliable Wechsler subtest?
Figuur legen (lay figure)
The performance on the Wechsler subtest strongly decreases with
an increase in age
he Wechsler subtests ‘Digit Span’ and ‘arithmetic’ are part of the
working memory index
Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence - Fourth Edition (WPPSI-IV) is a
general test for the
cognitive functioning of young children
For training- and revalidation goals, test administrators would most likely want to possess a ______ measure for adaptive behaviour
A generally used assessment for disorders in the autistic spectrum includes:
Wisconsin Card Sorting Test was developed for measuring
abstract thinking and the ability to change goals during a cognitive task (flexibility)
_________ measures executive function.
________ refers to the congruence between test situations and analogue
circumstances in the real world.
the following tests is an example of
hold test vocabulary
Problems with recognizing drawings, objects or faces is known as a form of:
What is the main purpose of a behavioral interview in the child diagnostics?
identifying the request for help and defining this in behaviours
Test answers that misrepresent the true characteristics of a person are called _______ within psychodiagnostics
When professionals use a method that is clearly confirmed by scientific methodology at the
basis of their profession, this is called an
______ are more sensitive for symptoms that are associated with
deviations of the ______
continuuous performance tests
executive (Function) control system
The concept from the fourth century B.C. where it was thought that someones personality
could be assessed based on physical characteristics (especially from the face) is called:
Which of the following two tests were used to test recruits in World War I
Alpha and beta tests
What is a known problem with ‘sentence completion’ that is still not solved?
problems with scoring and interpretation
Suppose that a researches has prepared a questionnaire with the item ‘I like watching movies’ included on the depression scale. Research shows that people with a depression watch movies more often. What does the researcher working with a strict criterium-based approach have to do?
include the item on the scale without looking up supporting theory
Which test consists of a big amount of scales meant to look up personality disorders in the DSM-IV?
An important difference between behavioral assessment and traditional psychological assessment is:
the first stands closer to treatment
If a client is observed in a fictional but plausible setting, the researcher will probably use:
analogue behavioural observations
When administering a thematic apperception test to research a question, the following things happen:
-dramatic story is thought up with every picture
-the history of each picture
-description of what the figures are thinking and feeling
With the NEO PIR, the following facets are all assessed with the exception of:
(NEO based on the big 5)
A mild/severity error (bias?), for example caused by the supervisor wanting to be liked by everyone, is an example of:
observatory bias (rater bias)
A simulation of a part of the function tasks that are executed by the candidate is called a: