Computest: A Computer Language for Individual Testing, Instruction, and Interviewing

  title={Computest: A Computer Language for Individual Testing, Instruction, and Interviewing},
  author={J. Starkweather},
  journal={Psychological Reports},
  pages={227 - 237}
  • J. Starkweather
  • Published 1965
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological Reports
  • The structure and operation of a computer language is presented, an arrangement which allows machine simulation of individual testing, instruction, and interviewing. Sequences of test questions may be written in natural language and a variety of cues may be used for the recognition of a right answer from typewriter input. Variable comments may be stored which are typed for either a right or a wrong answer. Choice of the next question to be asked may be determined by the evaluation of an answer… CONTINUE READING

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