Essentials of psychological testing

@inproceedings{Cronbach1960EssentialsOP,
  title={Essentials of psychological testing},
  author={Lee Joseph Cronbach},
  year={1960}
}
I.BASIC CONCEPTS. 1.Who Uses Tests? And for What Purposes? 2.Varieties of Tests and Test Interpretations. 3.Administering Tests. 4.Scores and Score Conversions. 5.How to Judge Tests: Validation. 6.How to Judge Tests: Reliability and other Qualities. II.TESTS OF ABILITY. 7.General Ability: Appraisal Methods. 8.The Meanings of General Ability. 9.Influences on Intellectual Development. 10.Multiple Abilities and Their Role in Counseling. 11.Personnel Selection. III.MEASURES OF TYPICAL RESPONSE. 12… 
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