EDPY 469/PSYC 469: Principles of Psychological Assessment Report a Broken Link

Unit 1: Psychological Testing and Assessment

Read the following sections of the document:

•          When Principles Conflict (p. 2)

•          Responsibility of the Individual Psychologist (p. 4)

•          Informed Consent (p. 10)

•          Confidentiality (p. 13)

•          Competence and self-knowledge (p. 16)

•          Minimize harm (p. 18)

Supplemental Reading

Unit 2: Historical, Cultural, and Legal/Ethical Considerations

Supplemental Reading
Simner, M. L. (1994). Recommendations by the Canadian Psychological Association for improving the North American safeguards that help protect the public against test misuse. Canadian Psychological Association.

Unit 3: Norms and Reliability

Supplemental Reading
Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (2014) (PDF).
Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education (2004) (PDF).

Unit 4: Validity

Eary Childhood Measurement and Evaluation (ECME), Community-University Partnership (CUP), University of Alberta.
Supplemental Reading

Unit 5: Intelligence and Its Measurement

Supplemental Reading

Unit 7: Personality Assessment – An Overview

Supplemental Reading
Additional Resources
Type A and Type B Personality Test
Cattell’s 16 Personality Factors

Unit 10: Neuropsychological Assessment

Supplemental Reading

Unit 11: Assessment, Careers, and Business

Additional Activity
O*NET Interest Profiler

Planning Exercise

Part 1
Planning Exercise Part 1: Study Plan
Planning Exercise Part 2: Course Completion

Assignment 1

Assignment 1 PowerPoint Presentation Template
Assignment 1 Handout Template

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