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EPSY 5350: Foundations of Psychoeducational Measurement

Useful library information for EPSY 5350, Foundations of Psychoeducational Measurement, Lauren Allen

Required Readings for EPSY 5350

1. Module 1 Discussion Board
Plake, B. S., & Wise, L. L. (2014). What is the role and importance of the revised AERA, APA, NCME "Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing"?. Educational Measurement: Issues And Practice, 33(4), 4-12.’
2. Module 2 Discussion Board
Stoneberg, B. D. (2005). Please don't use NAEP scores to rank order the 50 states. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 10(9)
3. Module 4 Discussion Board
Meyer, G. J., Finn, S. E., Eyde, L. D., Kay, G. G., Moreland, K. L., Dies, R. R., & ... Reed, G. M. (2001). Psychological testing and psychological assessment: A review of evidence and issues. American Psychologist, 56(2), 128-65.
4. Module 6 Discussion Board
Miller, J. D., Gaughan, E. T., Maples, J., & Price, J. (2011). A comparison of agreeableness scores from the Big Five Inventory and the Neo PI-R: Consequences for the study of narcissism and psychopathy. Assessment, 18(3), 335-339.
5. Module 7 Discussion Board
Willoughby, M. T., Blair, C. B., Wirth, R. J., & Greenberg, M. (2010). The measurement of executive function at age 3 years: Psychometric properties and criterion validity of a new battery of tasks. Psychological Assessment, 22(2), 306-317.

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