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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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After each examination, the questions are evaluated by a psychometrician for validity.
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