PSYN 406 - Educational Psychology
This course surveys both the formal and informal methods of assessing psychological functioning in areas such as intelligence, personality, perceptual and motor development, language, academic achievement and vocational interest.
Student will examine specific groups and individual tests, and intelligence and achievement test, including the WAIS, WISC, Stanford- Binet, CPI, MMPI, and the California Short Form Testing of Mental Maturity. It will explore standardized procedures and discuss test reliability and validity. Many social controversies, and misuses of test will be discussed. A Life Arts Project is required.
Only open to students in the B.A. Liberal Arts and Sciences program.
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