COUC 521 Quiz 7

COUC 521 Quiz 7 Liberty University

  1. An enduring, generally stable personality characteristic that influences behavior is a:
  2. The following are generally true of selected response objective personality inventories EXCEPT:
  3. One of the major differences between the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) and the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI-III) is that the MMPI-2 focuses mainly on _______________, whereas the MCMI-III was created to diagnose _______________.
  4. Personality traits are difficult to research due to the:
  5. Structured personality inventories are also referred to as _______________ personality tests.
  6. An example of a projective test is the:
  7. The California Psychological Inventory (CPI), the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-3), the Sixteen Personality Factors (16PF), and the Eysenck Personality Inventory are all examples of:
  8. The Edwards Personal Preference Inventory (EPPI) tries to limit the _______________ by using forced-choice item matching.
  9. The study of personality traits was first conducted by:
  10. Interpretation of the majority of projective assessments involves _______________ theory.
  11. Every state requires schools to administer _______________ that are aligned with their educational standards.
  12. Sally took an SAT prep class to help her get ready for taking the SAT. This class is an example of a _______________ method.
  13. The first step in developing a school assessment program is:
  14. Factors within schools that are NOT associated with student academic problems likely includes which one of the following?
  15. Which individuals would use information obtained from the school assessment program for instructional decisions?
  16. The _______________ is a written document created by a team of teachers, parents, and other school personnel that contains a statement of a student’s present level of educational performance, a list of annual goals and objectives, and a description of the special education and related services to be provided to the student.
  17. The ability to make sense of and understand written or printed information demonstrates skills in:
  18. Assessment that involves appraising such factors as physical space, organization and supervision of space, materials, and safety is called:
  19. A _______________ is a neurological disorder that severely impairs a child’s ability to learn or to demonstrate skills in several academic areas.
  20. The _______________ identifies students as learning disabled when there is a significant difference between their scores on an ability test and their scores on an achievement test.
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