Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , R. Michael Furr and others published Psychometrics: An Introduction. Using a meaning-based approach that emphasizes the “why” over the “how to,” Psychometrics: An Introduction provides thorough coverage of fundamental issues in psychological measurement. Author R. Michael Furr discusses traditional psychometric perspectives and issues. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. R. Michael Furr is Professor of Psychology at Wake Forest Psychometrics: An Introduction 2nd Edition, Kindle Edition. by.
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Introduction to Psychometrics. • Psychometrics & Measurement Validity. • Some important language. • Properties of a “good measure”. – Standardization. Part I: an introduction to R. What is R Psychometrics: the assigning of numbers to observed psychological .. Multiple web based and pdf tutorials see (e.g. Abstract. Psychometrics is that area of psychology that specializes in how to measure what we talk and think about. It is how to assign numbers.
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Van Orden, G. Holden, J. Paul Kline shows how to construct a test and then to check that it is working well. Covering most kinds of tests, including computer presented tests of the time, Rasch scaling and tailored testing, this title offers: Although the computer testing will inevitably have moved on, students on courses in occupational, educational and clinical psychology, as well as in psychological testing itself, would still find this a valuable source of information, guidance and clear explanation.
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