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Questions pertaining to the evaluation of performance through formal or informal means, as well as the scoring of such evaluations.

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DISC correlation with Big Five personality

Apparently DISC (dominance, inducement, submission, and compliance) is a kind of personality test. When/where is it used and how does it correlate with Big Five?
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Why does SCID call itself “Structured” when by many accounts it's semi-structured?

The "S" in SCID officially stands for "Structured" as in Structured Clinical Interview for DSM. But as far as I can tell for the last three editions (5, IV and III), non-official sources (research ...
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What are the standard mental health tests that are available online?

Are there standard mental health tests available online with score interpretations? For example, if someone was interested in getting a grasp on their mental condition before seeing a psychologist/...
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To what extent does AFQT correlate with IQ?

Wikipedia has a pretty non-informative page as to the nature of the (US) Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) as it mostly talks of results ranges etc. What I could descipher from there is it that ...
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Is there a psychological scale/measurement that can be used to determine how much of a 'victim mentality' the subject has? [closed]

Is there an accepted test/scale/measurement/etc that can be used to measure how much of a 'victim mentality' the subject has?
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How to design psychology tests for concept formation?

I've read many papers on concepts, but their tests are sparsely described or abstractly mentioned. I want to test for classic, prototype and exemplar theories. How do you approach the problem? Some ...
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Test which predicts success based on correlated answers to random questions?

I recall learning about an old test used (I want to say by Ivy League schools, and Harvard in particular) that would predict a student's success based on their answers to seemingly random questions ...
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How to statistically test whether parents and children share similar humor styles?

I have data from children and their parents on their humor styles (using the Humor Styles Questionnaire by Martin (2003)). For the adult version: It's a 32-item measure, with 4 subscales for each ...
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Classical test theory: Covariance of two variables

I'm stuck with the definition of the Covariance in the classical test theory (CTT) framework: In CTT it is assumed that for two items: $X = \tau_x + \epsilon_x$ $E(X) = \tau_x$ $Y = \tau_y + \...
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Raven Progressive Matrix: why's my chosen square wrong?

Source: Intelligence and How to Get It: Why Schools and Cultures Count (2009). pp. 7-8.   The example that the problem-solver must follow is set up by the two figures in the top row of the ...
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What is the Golden Standard of Testing Fluid Intelligence?

Not much to add to the title- what is the currently accepted "best" test of fluid intelligence? How was it determined to be the best?
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How can I take the Token Test?

I want to take the Token Test Is there some website where I can take the test for free? Alternatively, is there some simple guide to how the test works so I can re-create it?
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Are there dual-process IQ tests?

I mean tests that try to measure system 1 and system 2 performance separately, but more than short lists of trick questions which unfortunately seem to make the bulk of the empirical work in this dual-...
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“How easily can you succumb to propaganda and manipulation” test

Part of the fictional story I am currently writing takes place in a typical dictatorship country with its propaganda, cult of the leader, etc. The main character undergoes several psychological tests ...
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Is there a validated questionnaire on consumer well-being?

I am conducting a study comparing different cigarettes in terms of their relative toxicity. As a side analysis, I wish to see if a novel cigarette, purportedly less toxic, is similarly pleasurable. ...
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Is there a test that measures gender dysphoria?

Gender dysphoria according to wikipedia is [T]he distress a person experiences as a result of the sex and gender they were assigned at birth. In these cases, the assigned sex and gender do not ...
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Are there any tests for one's belief or philosphy?

I know of the varying types of personality tests and I find them interesting (specifically HEXACO due to it having multiple facets to expand its 6 main factors and I believe it is open-source or free ...
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Can drawing a duck define a person's hemispheric dominance?

When I was on 7th grade, our math teacher asked every one of us to draw a duck. In the class of 34 students, a large portion of the students drew a left-facing duck. The teacher said that it’s a ...
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Can a shorter IQ test be devised that provides a more approximate measure of IQ?

Disclaimer: I am not a student of psychology, just an interested guy - but here goes anyway... IQ tests usually contain dozens of questions and take considerable time. I think this is because such ...
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Factors affecting leniency of an evaluator (judge)

I am interested in psychology evidence on determinants of leniency of an evaluator. The evaluator will assess a service that is directly related to them (for example, customer satisfaction, or student'...
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What is the difference between facets and factors?

I am wondering whether there is a difference between factors and facets. Concretely, I am doing a research about transformational leadership. My questionnaire has 8 factors which is based on a ...
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Is there a way to test brain activity/aptitude on a measurable scale in order to identify a suitable occupational aptitude?

It seems individuals are able to adjust their cognitive aptitude to some degree nurture, controlled by various elements such as environment and conditioning. However they're stuck with their nature - ...
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How do psychometric employee screening tests work and how can students tackle them? [closed]

I've given several psychometric tests for various companies without giving it a second thought but now that I think about it, it seems quite deep and fascinating. I'd like to understand, if anyone ...
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Are there personality tests out there with questions based on scenarios?

Most personality tests I've done online leave a lot to be desired. For starters, personality is not set in stone, people act differently at different times and under different circumstances, and ...
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How to obtain adult norms for Raven's progressive matrices?

Raven's Progressive Matrices: is a nonverbal group test typically used in educational settings. It is usually a 60-item test used in measuring abstract reasoning and regarded as a non-verbal ...
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Checklist to evaluate the validity of a personality test

So, I want to evaluate a personality test I took to see how "valid" it is. At first when I took the test I thought it was scary accurate and decided to look over it to make sure it wasn't like a ...
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How to generate ipsative scores from a test with normative Likert-type items?

Some constructs in psychology are sometimes conceptualised ipsatively. I.e., where the sum of the scales adds up to a constant (e.g., personal values; coping styles). The aim of such measures is often ...
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Standardised test to measure workplace stress

I'm trying to find a standardised test that is used to measure stress in the workplace. So far I've found Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire - COPSOQ II, which looks good. But I want to see what ...
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Significance of 4 stimulus cards in the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test?

I've reviewed the papers by Grant, D. A., & Berg, E. (1948) and Fey, E. T. (1951). These papers from what I was able to find, lay out the basis of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST). There ...
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Tests to Assess Collaboration Skills

We are trying to map people collaboration skills and aptitudes, in a business context. In particular we are interested in the following personality traits: Intrinsic Motivation Attitude to risk ...
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how to comprehensively assess three areas of cognition (attention, reaction-time, memory) on a daily, personal basis, preferably online,? [closed]

I am attempting to figure out a battery of tests that I can perform on myself on a daily/weekly basis to test whether any intervention I attempt on myself actually improves my cognitive performance. ...
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What is the optimal mean correct on a multiple choice test in order to maximise the measurement of individual differences?

What is the optimal mean correct on a multiple choice test item in order to maximise the measurement of individual differences?
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Short validated measure of cognitive ability suitable for online experiment on the effect of emotion on ability test performance

I am currently writing my dissertation which will examine the impact of emotion on cognitive ability. I plan to use two test groups to test my hypothesis, one which is primed to feel happy the other ...
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Are there any cognitive tests, or test suites, available on the Android?

Are there any cognitive tests, or test suites, available on the Android? I'm thinking something like quantified-mind.com but for android. The closest I've been able to find is Brainturk Brain Training,...
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Where can I find a real, reliable, iq test that someone could take multiple times?

I'm trying to find a real, reliable, accurate IQ test, that someone could take multiple times (so maybe has randomized questions?). It is for a study involving IQ and video games.
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Where can I find the norms for Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices?

I've never had my IQ measured before. After some research I decided to take the Raven's Standard Progressive Matrix test. After Googling I found this Wikipedia page. This test was linked on the ...
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what are the components of logical mathematical intelligence?

what are the components of logical mathematical intelligence? The logical mathematic intelligence is one among the multiple intelligences suggested by Howard Gardner. I require the components of the ...
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Can somebody provide a standard test to measure ones working memory & short term memory [closed]

I suffer from memory problem but find it difficult to undrstand whether it is more belief based or real, need a standard test to confirm.
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For comprehension and critical thinking examinations, is recognition sufficient, or is recall more imperative for success?

Recognition is the ability to retrieve information given a set of stimulus, be it a cue, a hint, a reference to a term then asking one to elaborate. Recall is the ability to produce content without ...
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Is it ok to use test's sensitivity and specificity from other countries? [closed]

I want to calculate likelihood ratios of test scores in clinical psychological assessment setting. In my country, validation studies for many common used tests are missing or information about ...
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Why would I be asked to count backwards by 3, from 100 in a psychological test?

On an initial mental health consultation with a psychiatric nurse practitioner, I was asked, among many other odd questions, to count backwards by three. 100, 97, 94... This was quite a number of ...
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What projective tests are available for a child and family assessment?

I’m thinking about introducing to my practice some new tests for family relationship evaluation. There are not so many projective tests in this matter. I'm particularly interested in Family Relation ...
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Comparison of assessments of cognitive skills in children

What test is better in terms of its usability and informativeness - WISC-IV (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children) or BAS (British Ability Scales)?
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Computer-based cognitive tests

Maybe someone can point me out on the computer-based set of tests to assess the cognitive abilities of the adults? I am looking for something like ETS cognitive tests KIT that can be used online for ...
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Qualitative scoring for responses to design fluency task

Before I can ask my questions, I have to give a little background information. I'm involved in a study using a measure of design fluency. Subjects are shown a page full of squares, like the one ...
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Tests of Semantic Memory suitable for 10 to 18 year old

I'm trying to find a test of semantic memory for students. We're working on a programme to explore the impacts of exposure to nature on a student's academic abilities (hoping to pique teachers ...
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Can a person be brilliant even though slow at resolving problems?

Can a person be very intelligent, able to solve difficult problems if given enough time, yet really a slow thinker? Especially if nervous. Could such a slow thinking brilliant person get all the ...
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reliability of fmri and pet [closed]

While I admit that pet/frmri scanning is possibly reliable when measuring physical aspects of the body, I would like to know how reliable it is when measuring cognitive aspects e.g. emotion. How ...
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Does knowledge of tests like Iowa Gambling and Wisconsin Card-Sorting task enable a person to fake the test?

I am interested in tests like the Iowa gambling test and the Wisconsin card-sorting test. If a patient understands how such a test works and the goals of the test, does this bias the measure obtained? ...
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What cognitive abilities show the smallest B-W differences in mean scores? [closed]

Traditionally, employee selection tests focus on cognitive abilities such as reading, reasoning, and math. These have large Black-White (B-W) effect sizes (standardized mean score differences). The ...