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psychometrician

 [si″ko-mĕ-trish´an]
a person skilled in psychometry.

psychometrician

[sī′kōmətrish′ən]
Etymology: Gk, psyche, mind, metron, measure
a specialist who performs quantitative estimation or measurement of personality and intelligence. The testing is not treatment oriented.

psychometrician

(sī″kō-mĕ-trĭsh′ăn) [Gr. psyche, mind, + metron, measure]
A person skilled in the application of statistical analysis to psychological data.
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Neurobehavioral assessments were performed by bilingual psychometricians, and children were assessed in their dominant language.
Like most psychometricians, Catherine works with subject-matter experts to identify what a test taker should know to be competent in a particular discipline.
With all respect for the wisdom of judges, teachers' union officials, school choice activists, real estate agents, and all the others who have strong opinions about testing, we thought it might be enlightening to listen to what educators, psychometricians, and learning specialists have to say.
Raymond Cattell, the eminent American psychometrician, wrote the foreword for The Musical Temperament.
In the summer of 1992, practicing nursing home administrators met with a psychometrician (an expert in developing examinations) from a professional testing firm to identify the tasks that are most important to the job and the personal attributes vital to accomplishing them.
Dwyer, PhD, Senior Psychometrician at Castle Worldwide.
Their interest in aptitudes began in the 1960s when they became close friends with Johnson O'Connor, a psychometrician who had designed aptitude tests for use in business and industry.
Handler's experience includes positions as a test developer, psychometrician, litigation support analyst, and selection systems consultant to corporations in many industries including banking, insurance, finance, retail, manufacturing, telecommunications, high-tech, and public safety.
This means on one hand, we have a fully-accredited, long-running certification testing program, including a full-time PhD psychometrician on staff; item-writing committees; an autonomous Education, Qualifications and Standards Committee constructing our exam forms; and test-delivery by way of the computer-testing facilities of Pearson VUE.
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This final set of exam questions receives a last review by a university-based psychometrician who corrects items by eliminating any evidence of bias.
After each examination, the questions are evaluated by a psychometrician for validity.