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psychometrics

[¦sī·kə¦me·triks]
(psychology)
The mathematical and statistical treatment of psychological data.
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Correlations between self-estimated and psychometrically measured IQ.
Self-estimated intelligence and psychometrically assessed personality
The TRS as originally written and currently used seems psychometrically unstable and in need of refinement.
On the lowest level, the factors of Concern Over Mistakes, Personal Standards, Parental Expectations, Parental Criticism, Doubts About Actions, and Organization could be confirmed psychometrically.
A psychometrically adequate tool that is uncomplicated to administer is critical for the evaluation of a family's disruption from illness.
Do comparisons of LibQUAL+ subscale and total scores across user types suggest that LibQUAL+ scores are psychometrically valid?
Careful consideration of the psychometric properties of the screening instrument is essential, because a test that is psychometrically sound will provide a fair and accurate measure of the target behaviors.
These findings are bolstered by the use of psychometrically sound measuring devices of the above constructs.
The men are "measured" psychometrically at the beginning of the course programme, as well as during and at the end.
However, both groups need psychometrically sound as well as appropriate and useful measurement instruments.
One respondent said: "I develop a profile, I interview the candidates, I have them analysed psychometrically and then I compare my assessment with the psychometric report.