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Assesses the child's current level of cognitive, language, and personal/social development and includes items that measure memory, problem solving, early number concepts, generalization, classification, vocalizations, language, and social skills.
Measures the child's level of gross and fine motor development via items associated with crawling, sitting, standing, walking, etc. for gross motor movement and items related to the use of writing, grasping, and imitation of hand movements for fine motor movement.
This scale is completed by the examiner regarding the child's behaviors during the test administration and assesses the child's attention/arousal (for children under 6 months of age), orientation/engagement toward the tasks and the examiner, emotional regulation, and quality of motor movement.
Behavior rating
an intelligence test score that reflects how well or poorly a person performs compared with others of the same age.
Deviation IQ score
a test gives consistent scores
a test measures what it purports to measure or predicts what it says it's going to predict
test validity
test measures "the right stuff"
content validity
test predicts what it says it does
predictive validity
gets at the particular theoretical construct (e.g., intell., creativity)
construct validity
A test must be valid for a
specific use
Argued from heritability within Whites to genetic differences between whites and blacks.
Arthur Jenson
Corn guy
Richard Lewontin
Divergent thinking from Guilford's model scoring on originality, fluency, and flexibility
Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTC)