psychologic test

psychologic test

Etymology: Gk, psyche + logos, science; L, testum, crucible
any of a group of standardized tests designed to measure or ascertain such characteristics of an individual as intellectual capacity, motivation, perception, role behavior, values, level of anxiety or depression, coping mechanisms, and general personality integration. Compare achievement test, aptitude test, intelligence test, personality test.
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alcoholism, head trauma, meningitis, epilepsy, episodes of severe depression), metabolic disorders, hepatic or renal disease, or medical treatment possibly influencing the results of psychologic tests (e.
reaction time, severity of injury [generally judged by length of post-traumatic amnesia], performance in driving simulators, performance on a range of psychologic tests, and behind-the-wheel evaluations by a driving instructor or rehabilitation professional) (van Zomeren et al.
Fillit: We are recruiting postmenopausal women with Alzheimer's disease to look at estrogen levels in their blood and do other psychologic tests.