This library guide serves as a resource list for students of PSY453 Psychometrics and Psychological Testing (or if you would simply like to learn more about this topic).
Learn how to search for the materials you need, discover some keywords and key phrases you could use, and check out our suggested journals and databases.
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Sample keywords and key phrases in Psychometrics and Psychological Testing might include the following.
Here are some eBooks we've picked out for you, which we believe to be relevant for your course.
While these resources are here to support your research and learning, do check with your lecturer(s) on the required/necessary readings for your course.
This list is sorted alphabetically by the author(s)'s last name.
(Hover your mouse over the 'i' for descriptions of the books!)
(from top right to bottom left, horizontally:)
(Once again, these are readings to supplement your research and learning. Do check with your lecturer(s) for the required readings for your course.)
Social Cognition Psychometric Evaluation: Results of the Initial Psychometric Study from Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2016-03, Vol.42 (2), p.494-504
"The BLERT and Hinting task showed the strongest psychometric properties across all evaluation criteria and are recommended for use in clinical trials. The ER-40, Eyes Task, and TASIT showed somewhat weaker psychometric properties and require further study. The AIHQ, RAD, and Trustworthiness Task showed poorer psychometric properties that suggest caution for their use in clinical trials."
Here are some databases we believe would be most relevant
Should you be looking for a more interdisciplinary approach, we would recommend you expand your search to other databases, too.