Neuropsychological assessments assess for impairments caused by:
When assessing children between the ages 3-6 for learning disabilities which of the following assessments should be used?
When assessing individuals with hearing disabilities examiners should do all the following EXCEPT:
What fraction of US residents self identified as “minority” to the US Census Bureau in 2014?
Differential Item Functioning (DIF) is a method used to:
If examiners study behavior from within a culture, using criteria relative to the internal characteristics of that culture they are using a(n) ________________ perspective:
Accessibility and universal design are two primary components of ____?
The Hill Performance Test of Selected Positional Concepts measures the visual spatial concepts of children ages:
The Vineland-II is used with individuals with intellectual disabilities to measure
Test written in English for individuals whose primary language is not English:
Although the American Psychological Association no longer uses a system for test user qualification, some publishers still do. According to the classifications, a test user who has earned a bachelor’s degree in education may be classified as:
A student with a specific learning disability is defined as one who may be experiencing difficulties in:
Statutes are laws created by:
The landmark case of Griggs vs. Duke Power Company in 1971 represents a violation of employs rights as indicated by Title VII of the:
Ethics are based on:
A test that discriminates against a particular group based on gender, race, ethnicity, or even disability is considered as a (an):
Which one of these organizations was NOT involved with the preparation of the Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education:
The American Counseling Associations Code of Ethics (2005) serves to:
The Code of Professional Responsibilities in Educational Measurement indicates that test users should communicate any:
Which statement is NOT included in the American Counseling Associations ethical emphasis on assessment: