Do you like to learn and reference material in charts and bullet points? I do!
This is a 12 page document that contains material on psychometric principles and how to read standardized test manuals all provided in comparison charts or bullet points.
It compares validity (face, content, construct: discriminant & convergent, criterion) with definition, details, and clinical implications when relevant.
It compares reliability (test-retest, split-halp, interrater & intrarater, alternate form) with definitions, details, how to determine, and clinical implications when relevant.
It includes a page on factors that decrease interrater reliability.
It includes a page on what standardization is and what to look for in psychometric qualities.
It contains a page on test manual overview and areas of consideration.
It contains a page on standardization terminology (raw score, variance, standard deviation, central tendency) with definitions, details, how to compute, and clinical implications.
It contains two pages with information on the normative sample curve and how to read a bell curve: height, width, normal distribution skewed (positively/negatively, platykurtic, leptokurtic), with clinical implications.
It contains a page of types of standard scores (z-score, t-score, stanine) plus percentile with definitions, details, how to determine, and clinical implication when relevant.
It contains a page on Standard Error of Measurement (SEM) and Confidence Intervals including definitions, computation examples, and clinical implications.
It contains a page on sensitivity and specificity with definitions of true positive, true negative, false positive, false negative, with clinical implications and Evidence Based Practices in these measures.
It is mostly black and white.
This bundle was created for Speech Language Pathologists working in the field that would like particulars on psychometric qualities or students in similar fields. The clinical implication portions are especially relevant to the Speech Language Pathology field. The how to determine portions of the charts do not require a course in statistics to understand. This document has an easy to read and understand format.
This material was referenced from updated textbooks thus not invented. References are included in product.