The primary purpose of _______________ is to gather background information about the client relevant to the reason for assessment.
One of the first scales to differentiate between children who could or could not function in a regular classroom was developed by:
Assessment involves selecting and utilizing _______________ of data collection.
Early interest in measuring intelligence dates back to the late 19th century when _______________ applied Darwin’s evolutionary theory to attempt to demonstrate a hereditary basis for intelligence.
The first group intelligence test used in the United States military service was the:
_______________ is an assessment method that involves watching and recording the behavior of an individual in a particular environment.
Complaints about test use include all EXCEPT:
Which of the following is NOTan advantage to using computer administered assessment instruments?
Which statement is correct?
Which of the following statements is the most accurate?
Which of the following is the most frequent type of interview used by practicing counselors?
Evadne, a teacher at an elementary school, is completing a rating scale for one her students. The teacher has often complained about the student to the school counselor, leaving a bad impression about the student on the school counselor. Which of the following rating scale errors is most likely to occur?
A/An _______________ contains selected-response items, each of which contains a single correct or best answer.
A test that measures and individual’s verbal ability, abstract reasoning, and memory would be best described as a(n):
Which of the following is true about an unstructured interview?
Sue, a school counselor, is observing a student’s behavior in the classroom. She is monitoring how often the student gets out of his seat while working on a class activity. In order to record this behavior, Sue makes a check mark on a tally sheet to count how many times the student got out of his seat. Which observation recording method is Sue using?
Tests that are non-evaluative are most likely to measure an individual’s:
The most thorough way that counselors should assess an individual is by using:
Which of the following is NOT an important guideline for a successful interview?
While selecting a test to use in his private practice, Kent discovered that a particular test was not very consistent or stable over time. In other words, a test-taker’s score varied each time he or she took it. Kent can most likely infer that: