Volume 12, Issue 4 (1983)
Some New and Some Unusual Psychological and Educational Measures: Description and Evaluation
Cecil R. Reynolds
ABSTRACT: New tests are proliferating at an ever increasing pace just as are the school psychologist’s needs to provide more in-depth, valid assessments of handicapped children. This paper is the first in an intended regular (twice yearly) feature of the journal devoted to describing and critically evaluating new tests proposed for use by school psychologists and related personnel and unusual tests that measure abilities with which diagnostic personnel are less frequently concerned or that offer some unique perspective or contribution to the assessment process.Ability, achievement, and personality measures will all be included at various times.
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