PSY 206 Test and Measurement II


The Course introduces different types of psychological tests.  The primary objective of this course is to provide the training that enables the students to conduct psychological assessments in actual setting.


Course Content:-


Intelligence tests

Creativity testes

Aptitude tests

Personality tests

Clinical tests; Infant and pre-school testing

Group testing

Vocational, educational testing


Pre-requisite: PSY 102


Recommended Readings:-

1.      Anestesi A;.1976. Psychological Testing (4th Ed);  New York, Macmillan Publishing Co.         

2.      Carlson N .R.; 1984. Psychology The Science of Behaviour; London, Allyn and Bacon, Inc., Chapter 13.      

3.      Crowne D.P.; 1979. The Experimental Study of Personality; New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.   

4.      Gleitman H; 1994. Psychology (4th Ed); New York , W W Norton & Co.                                                                                     

5.      Lyle E.B., Esktrand B.R.;1973.Psychology,- Its Principles and Meanings; California, The Dryden Press,                

6.      Marnet G.G.; 1990. Hand Book of Psychological Assessment (2nd Ed); New York, John Wiley & Sons.

7.      Mayer M.E., 1979. Foundations of Contemporary Psychology; New York, Oxford University Press,  Chapters 3 & 18.

Rust J & Golombok S; 1992. Modern Psychometrics: the Science of Psychological Assesment, London, Routledge