Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6th Edition Spector Test Bank
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ABILITY TESTING: GROUP TESTS
- The main advantage(s) of group testing is (are)
- a) standardization
- b) less complex examiner’s role
- c) efficiency
* d) all of the above
- The test best regarded as a machine-scorable analog of the Revised Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-R) is the
* a) Multidimensional Aptitude Battery (MAB)
- b) Scholastic Assessment Tests (SAT)
- c) Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Machine (WAIS-M)
- d) Objective Aptitude Battery (OAB)
- The correlation between the Multidimensional Aptitude Battery and the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale is
- a) extremely low
- b) considered moderate
* c) fairly high
- d) the two tests have not been correlated with each other
- The subtest of the Cognitive Abilities Test in which children must identify the picture which does not belong in a specific series of pictures is called the
- a) Oral Vocabulary Test
- b) Relational Concept subtest
* c) Figure Classification subtest
- d) Quantitative Concepts subtest
- Levels A–H of the Cognitive Abilities Test is designed for children
- a) of preschool age
- b) in first grade
- c) in second and third grades
* d) in third to twelfth grades
- The Cognitive Abilities Test has shown reliability levels
* a) between .85 and .95
- b) in excess of 1.00
- c) between .75 and .85
- d) between .65 and .75
- That the Cognitive Abilities Tests have shown high correlations with other aptitude and achievement tests provides evidence of
- a) concurrent validity
- b) test-retest reliability
* c) construct validity
- d) predictive validity
- The test(s) used to help make decisions for admissions and placement for prospective college students is(are) the
- a) Stanford Achievement Tests
- b) Graduate Record Examination
- c) College Admissions Test
* d) Scholastic Assessment Tests
- An individual who scores 600 on the Verbal test of the Scholastic Assessment Test I
(SAT I) and 425 on the Mathematical test of the SAT I is
- a) more proficient in verbal ability than in mathematical ability
* b) better than average on the verbal test when compared to the norm group
- c) more suited for an English curriculum in college
- d) deficient in mental ability because of the difference in the two scores
- A new score scale for the SAT was adopted in 1995 based on a more recent
normative sample because
- a) the test content was seriously outdated
* b) changes in the population made the old norms less relevant
- c) it was no longer financially feasible to reference the 1941 norms
- d) of the need to make the test easier for modern test takers
- The main advantage of a test like the SAT is that
* a) it makes it easier to compare people from different schools or backgrounds
- b) it is the only basis for making valid decisions about academic admissions
- c) combining SAT scores with high school transcript information doubles the
validity of admissions decisions
- d) all of the above
- A useful and popular alternative to the Scholastic Assessment Tests is the
- a) Graduate Record Examination
- b) College Admission Test
* c) American College Testing Program
- d) Wechsler Scale for College Admissions
- The General Test and Subject Tests are parts of the
- a) Scholastic Assessment Tests
- b) American College Testing Program
- c) Graduate Testing Service
* d) Graduate Record Examination
- The Scholastic Assessment Tests and the Graduate Record Examination are
- a) accurate predictors of academic success
- b) highly reliable
- c) extensively researched
* d) all of the above
- Attempting to measure several distinct abilities, rather than a more general ability, is a feature of the
- a) SAT II subject tests
- b) Graduate Record Examination subject test
* c) Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
- d) American College Testing Program
- Evaluations of the adequacy of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery as a measure of multiple abilities have been
- a) highly favorable
- b) generally positive
* c) not very favorable
- d) inadequately done
- The General Aptitude Test Battery (GATB)
- a) includes both verbal and performance tasks
- b) is somewhat laborious and complex to administer
- c) is not valid for many jobs in which it is used
* d) both a and b
- The use of alternatives to multiple-choice questions on achievement tests will most likely
- a) contribute to the expense and difficulty of testing
- b) lead to decreased levels of reliability
- c) lead to increased levels of reliability
* d) both a and b
- The “cognitive revolution” in psychology has impacted ability testing by
- a) increasing the focus of test content to cover the three components of “mental ability”
- b) developing tests to measure multiple types of intelligence
- c) increasing use of ability tests to identify individuals most likely to quickly acquire knowledge and understanding of the task
* d) none of the above