Factorial Invariance of Woodcock-Johnson III Scores for African Americans and Caucasian Americans

@inproceedings{Edwards2006FactorialIO,
  title={Factorial Invariance of Woodcock-Johnson III Scores for African Americans and Caucasian Americans},
  author={Oliver W. Edwards},
  year={2006}
}
Bias in testing has been of interest to psychologists and other test users since the origin of testing. New or revised tests often are subject to analyses that help examine the degree of bias in reference to group membership based on gender, language use, and race/ethnicity. The pervasive use of intelligence test data when making critical and, at times… CONTINUE READING