Paul De Boeck and Paula Elosua
28 Reliability and Validity
History, Notions, Methods, and Discussion
Darcy A. Santor
Chapter 8 Using and evaluating psychometric measures
Scott T. Meier
6 Evaluating Progress Monitoring and Outcome Assessment Measures
James N. Butcher, Giselle A. Hass, and Jacob A. Paulsen
15 Clinical Assessment in International Settings
Martin Fisher, Sarah Brown, Georgia Barnett, and Helen Wakeling
16 Forensic Context Testing
Franziska Schwabe, Alina A. von Davier, and Micheline Chalhoub-Deville
21 Language and Culture in Testing
1 There are actually more labels; for example, the official/governmental documents in the United States refer to these groups as English learners. Many publications use also the term ELD (English language development).
Domains of Testing and Assessment
7 A Look Inside the Toolbox
Measurement Procedures in Implicit Social Cognition
1 The order of the third and the fifth block can be reversed. That is, participants work on the incompatible block before they get to the compatible block.
2 The order of the blocks is typically randomized.
John Hunsley and Eric J. Mash
1 Developing Criteria for Evidence-Based Assessment
1. Although we chose to use the term “inter-rater reliability,” there is some discussion in the assessment literature about whether the term should be “inter-rater agreement.” , for example, suggested that, as indices of inter-rater reliability do not contain information about individual differences among participants and only contain information about one source of error (i.e., differences among raters), they should be considered to be indices of agreement, not reliability.
Dennis C. Turk, Akiko Okifuji, and Michelle Skinner
26 Chronic Pain in Adults
Schizotypy in non-psychotic disorder
Simon Enright and Anthony Beech
10 Schizotypy and obsessive-compulsive disorder