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Psychological Assessment and Theory Tests
Quiz 2: Norms and Basic Statistics for Testing
If a Scale Allows One to Say Whether a Particular
Question 20
Multiple Choice
If a scale allows one to say whether a particular instance has more,less,or the same amount of an attribute as another instance,the scale is said to have A) cross validity B) measurement C) magnitude D) comparativity
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Q 21
If the relationship between a scale's measured units and some outcome can be described by a straight line or linear equation,the scale is said to have A) predictive validity B) magnitude C) linear significance D) equal intervals
Q 22
Which type of scale does not have magnitude,does not have equal intervals,and does not have an absolute zero? A) ordinal B) nominal C) ratio D) interval
Q 23
Which type of scale has magnitude and equal intervals,but does not have an absolute zero? A) ordinal B) nominal C) ratio D) interval
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