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Psychological Testing and Assessment, 2nd Edition

by: David Shum | John O'Gorman | Brett Myors | Peter Creed

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Retail Price: $95.95

Publisher: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PR,20.05.13

Category: PSYCHOLOGY Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0195520416
ISBN13: 9780195520415

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PRESCRIBED TEXT FOR PSYC301 AT UNE, TRIMESTER 2 2013

Psychological Testing and Assessment gives students a comprehensive introduction to the theory, research and best practice of psychological testing and assessment. The text examines the principles and practice of psychological testing and assessment within an Australian context, with varied examples, discussion of local issues and addresses the Australian Psychological Society Code of Ethics.

The second edition has been substantially updated to incorporate the latest theory and research, and now has expanded coverage of cultural differences and item response theory. With an accessible writing style and clear structure, Psychological Testing and Assessment provides students with a practical and contemporary guide to psychological assessment.

New to this edition:

- Two new chapters form Part 3: 'Intelligence' and 'Personality and Individual Differences'
- New author, Peter Creed, brings additional expertise in assessment
- Additional learning features to enhance student learning: chapter objectives, key terms, practitioner profiles and useful web links.