By Ronald K. Hambleton, Peter F. Merenda, Charles D. Spielberger
Adapting academic and mental checks for Cross-Cultural overview significantly examines and advances new equipment and practices for adapting exams for cross-cultural evaluate and study. The foreign try fee (ITC) directions for attempt version and conceptual and methodological matters in attempt version are defined intimately, and questions of ethics and problem for validity of try rankings in cross-cultural contexts are conscientiously tested. Advances in attempt translation and version technique, together with statistical id of incorrect attempt goods, constructing equivalence of other language models of a try out, and methodologies for evaluating assessments in a number of languages, are reviewed and evaluated. The booklet additionally specializes in adapting skill, success, and character assessments for cross-cultural evaluate in academic, business, and medical settings. This ebook furthers the ITC's undertaking of stimulating examine on well timed issues linked to overview. It presents an exceptional source for classes in psychometric tools, try out development, and academic and/or mental evaluation, trying out, and dimension. Written by way of across the world recognized students in psychometric equipment and cross-cultural psychology, the gathering of chapters must also supply crucial info for educators and psychologists fascinated with cross-cultural evaluation, in addition to scholars meaning to such careers.
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Unfortunately, adaptation, maximizing psychological simi larity, is not without problems either. First of all, such similarity has to be empirically established and cannot be merely assumed. In addi tion, by administering items in various language versions that differ in content, we strongly diminish the scope for comparisons of scores across populations. For example, what should we conclude from the (hypothetical) finding that in the United States 90% of a sample of adults know the name of the president, whereas 95% of the Dutch know the name of their queen.
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