Volume 13, Issue 4 (1984)
Automated Assessment Systems in School and Clinical Psychology: Present Status and Future Directions
Douglas T. Brown
ABSTRACT: This article discusses the history and present status of interactional computerized assessment systems. Such systems administer, score, and interpret psychological tests through computers. A review of the literature on the strengths and weaknesses of automated assessment is provided. It is concluded that automated assessment is at a rudimentary stage of development especially in school psychology. Further research and development on tests specifically designed for computerization rather than adoption of existing tests to computerization is recommended.
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