Test Construction Strategies
Test construction strategies are the various ways that items in a psychological measure are created and decided upon. They are most often associated with personality tests, but can also be applied to other psychological constructs such as mood or psychopathology. There are three commonly used general strategies: Inductive, Deductive, and Empirical. Scales created today will often incorporate elements of all three methods.Read more on Wikipedia
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