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M. Akimova

Basic Knowledge of Psychodiagnostics as a Condition of Intelligence Test Efficiency

2004. Vol. 1. No. 4. P. 57–63 [issue contents]
The author argues that tests should be used only by professionals knowledgeable in the theory and methodology of psychodiagnostics, familiar with the range of various techniques, and experienced in interpreting test results and applying them to practice. By contrast, a non-professional interpretation of test results raises unjustified expectations and doubts in the usefulness of testing. The author examines whether intelligence tests measure general intelligence or some particular aspects of cognition. She discusses some practical tasks for which intelligence tests can be useful.
Citation: Akimova M. (2004) Znanie osnov psikhodiagnostiki - uslovie effektivnosti primeneniya testov intellekta [Basic Knowledge of Psychodiagnostics as a Condition of Intelligence Test Efficiency]. Psychology. Journal of Higher School of Economics, vol. 1, no 4, pp. 57-63 (in Russian)
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