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Test Bank For Mastering Modern Psychological Testing Theory and Methods 1st Edition by Cecil R. Reynolds

  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 020548350X
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0205483501
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Pearson; 1st edition
  • Authors: Cecil R. Reynolds, Ronald B. Livingston

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Test Bank For Mastering Modern Psychological Testing Theory and Methods 1st Edition by Cecil R. Reynolds

Chapter 2 Test Questions

  1. The correct order of the following scales of measurement, from most to least precise, is:
    1. nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio
    2. interval, ratio, ordinal, nominal
    3. ordinal, nominal interval, ratio
    4. ratio, interval, ordinal, nominal X
  1. A scale used in an experiment assigns a value of “1” to subjects that are female and a value of “2” to subjects that are male. What type of scale is used in this experiment?
    1. Interval
    2. Nominal X
    3. Ordinal
    4. Ratio
  1. Which scale does not necessarily have equal distance between intervals?
    1. Interval
    2. Ordinal X
    3. Ratio
  1. Addition and subtraction operations can be used with ________ scale(s) of measurement.
    1. all
    2. ordinal, interval, and ratio
    3. interval and ratio X
    4. ratio
  1. With which scale(s) of measurement is it possible to correctly state that a score of 80 reflects twice as much as a score of 40?
    1. All scales
    2. No scales
    3. Ratio, interval, and ordinal
    4. Interval and ratio
    5. Ratio X
  1. Which scale of measurement has a true zero point?
    1. Interval
    2. Nominal
    3. Ordinal
    4. Ratio X
  1. Weight in pounds is an example of which scale of measurement?
    1. Ratio X
    2. Ordinal
    3. Nominal
    4. Interval
  1. The final standing of runners after a race would be an example of which scale of measurement?
    1. Interval
    2. Nominal
    3. Ordinal X
    4. Ratio
  1. Ratio scales are relatively rare in psychological measurement because:
    1. people generally do not like negative numbers.
    2. they frequently produce skewed distributions.
    3. using equal scale units makes it possible to compare individuals.
    4. it is difficult to define a true zero point with various psychological constructs. X
  1. A negatively skewed distribution is one with:
    1. few scores at the low end and many scores grouped at the high end. X
    2. few scores at the high end and many scores grouped at the low end.
    3. few scores at the high end and many negative scores.

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