8 edition of Psychometric foundations and behavioral assessment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-151) and indexes.
|LC Classifications||BF176.5 .S5513 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 161 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||161|
|ISBN 10||080395266X, 0803952678|
|LC Control Number||93007506|
Behavioral Theories. Behavioral psychology, also known as behaviorism, is a theory of learning based on the idea that all behaviors are acquired through conditioning. Advocated by famous psychologists such as John B. Watson and B.F. Skinner, behavioral theories dominated psychology during the early half of the twentieth century. . Psychometric tests are a standard and scientific method used to measure individuals' mental capabilities and behavioural style. Psychometric tests are designed to measure candidates' suitability for a role based on the required personality characteristics and aptitude (or cognitive abilities).
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The effective integration of traditional psychometric assessment and behavioural assessment, in research as well as in practice, is discussed in this detailed and critical review.
The important questions of whether integration can improve the quality of the information collected, strengthen the validity of interpretations and improve reliability Cited by: Beginning with a review of the origins of behavioral assessment through the current practices, Silva explores such issues as the arguments for and against the integration of psychometric standards, the possibility of a normative interpretation of behavioral assessment data including an individual differences focus that is not at odds with an N=1 approach, and how the recent advancements in the psychometric approach to reliability and validity can enhance quality and utilization in behavioral.
Psychometric Foundations and Behavioral Assessment - Fernando Silva - Google Books The effective integration of traditional psychometric assessment and behavioural assessment. Psychometric foundations and behavioral assessment. [Fernando Silva] -- Beginning with a review of the origins of behavioral assessment through the current practices, Silva explores such issues as the arguments for and against the integration of psychometric standards.
What Is a Behavioral Assessment. - Definition, Tools & Example - V. Conceptual Foundations of Behavioral Assessment in Schools Thomas R. Kratochwill and Edward S.
Shapiro II. Assessment Techniques 2. Direct Observation in School Settings: Theoretical Issues Christopher H. Skinner, Karen I. Dittmer, and Lorrie A. Howell 3. Direct Observation in the Assessment of Academic Skills Problems Edward J. Daly III and Amy Murdoch /5(2).
Psychometrics and Psychological Assessment: Principles and Applications reports on contemporary perspectives and models on psychological assessment and their corresponding measures.
It highlights topics relevant to clinical and neuropsychological domains, including cognitive abilities, adaptive behavior, temperament, and er, the book examines a series of standard as.
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Three of many methodological foundations of behavioral assessment were discussed: the emphasis on empirical hypothesis-testing, the idiographic emphasis, and the use of time-series assessment strategies.
The decreasing distinctiveness of behavioral and nonbehavioral assessment, and reasons for this change, were discussed. This state behavior and mental processes enable the individual to adjust to a changing environment to maintain equilibrium (Zulueta Psychological Foundations of Education 17 & Malaya, ).
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The defining feature of this approach is its empirical foundation; ‘psychometric’ simply refers to the quantitative assessment of psychological states/abilities. While quantitative assessment rests on a massive measurement technology, its theoretical foundations are shallow, as reflected in its origins.Psychometric analyses were conducted using archival data as part of a larger project looking at incidence of child maltreatment in EHS.
Data were obtained from the records of EHS and HS, as well as records from a mental health consultation program providing services to the agency. For the purposes of this study, data were collected with childrenFile Size: KB.The chapter defines behavioral assessment and covers its historical developments over the last century.
A review of the theoretical foundations of behavioral assessment is provided, including materialism, determinism, and contextualism.
The chapter also discusses the methodological foundations of behavioral assessment, which are influenced by psychometric principles and a Cited by: 1.