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The Solomon four-group design is:
a quasi-experimental design

used to analyze the difference scores among four different treatment groups

used to reduce practice effects

used to evaluate the effects of pretesting
used to evaluate the effects of pretesting
When looking at an item characteristic curve (ICC), which of the following provides information about how well the item discriminates between high and low achievers?

the Y-intercept

the slope of the curve

the position of the curve (left versus right

the position of the curve (top versus bottom
the slope of the curve
Which of the following models of leadership provides a "decision tree" to help a leader determine whether an autocratic, consultative, or consensual decision-making approach is best given the nature of the work situation?

Fiedler's contingency model

Hersey and Blanchard's situational model

Vroom and Yetton's normative model

House's path-goal model
Vroom and Yetton's normative model
An elevated F score on the MMPI-2 (i.e., the F is greater than 70 and the K is very low) indicates that the:

person is answering in a socially desirable manner

score should be considered in relation to the total profile

person is likely being careless or deliberately malingering

total profile can be considered valid
person is likely being careless or deliberately malingering
The validity coefficient of a new job selection test is 0.25. This test would most likely be useful when:

the percentage of correct hiring decisions without the new test is very low

the percentage of correct hiring decisions without the new test is very high

there are many applicants for few job openings

there are few applicants for many job openings
there are many applicants for few job openings