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Course Overview

An introduction to multiple methods of assessing behavior, abilities, and achievement. Includes the history of assessment practices and theory of intelligence. Discussion of the statistical properties of assessment instruments including reliability, validity, standard error of measurement, normal distributions, as well as factor and item analysis are included. Criteria for evaluating and selecting tests, methods and theoretical approaches to assessment are also presented. Practical study and application of the administration and interpretation of an intellectual assessment.

Credits: 4
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate