It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.

Psychometric Soundness Of Sassi Essay Examples

6 total results
The Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI)
The emergence, psychometric soundness, and continued development of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI), (Miller, 1985, 1994, & 1997) is reviewed from its original version through it current, third revision. The SASSI is a screening tool designed to detect chemical dependency in individuals, regardles...
9,498 words
21 pages
A Report on the Identity of a Person's Mind with the Brain
This paper will address the general form of the argument for the identity of the person (mind) with the body (brain). This argument will be found unsound because it is both invalid and because the premises on which the argument is based are, in fact, false. This analysis will include a critical examination of Logical Behavi...
1,611 words
4 pages
The Evolution of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory
The emergence, psychometric soundness, and continued development of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI), (Miller, 1985, 1994, & 1997) is reviewed from its original version through it current, third revision. The SASSI is a screening tool designed to detect chemical dependency in individuals, regardles...
2,703 words
6 pages
An Analysis of the Different Approaches to the Topic of Intelligence
Intelligence Intelligence is a controversial topic in that it is not a precisely defined concept. While most define intelligence as problem solving and tangible and thus measurable knowledge it is clear that across cultures we cannot possibly define it as such. We need to consider intelligence across culture, across emot...
407 words
1 page
A Description of the Various Definitions of Intelligence Testing
Intelligence Testing     In reviewing the text, I found the definition of intelligence testing to be very
simple; testing used to measure intelligence. Two definitions found on an
Internet site at dictionary.com are: (a) A standardized test used to establish
an intelligence level rating by measuring a subject's ability to...
1,904 words
4 pages
An Overview of the Psychometric Tests in the Corporate Use
Because they make people anxious, psychometric tests have a mythology that is based on public ignorance.  There are probably some very ropey psychometric tests around and candidates have little way of knowing if they are being tested with a reliable one. But once they have sat a test, it is often commonly said that tes...
797 words
2 pages