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psychometrician

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

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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And psychometricians' work ensures that each test is reliable and that all test results are valid.
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.
While some geneticists, biologists, and psychometricians explain this average difference as due primarily or exclusively to environmental causes, nativists such as Levin offer a mainly biological explanation.
We need other feedback - not just from peer reviewers, teacher-designers, or psychometricians, but from parents, school boards, college admissions officers, and legislators.
This means that, from the ideal ratio of 25 residents per psychometrician, the ratio is now 1-to-50.
Confounders: maternal age, education, years in the United States, marital status, work outside the home, use of alcohol and tobacco during pregnancy, depression, parity, PPVT or TVIP score, housing density, household poverty, pregnancy exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, number of children in the home, father's presence in the home, Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (HOME) score, preschool and out-of-home child care attendance, psychometrician, location, and language of assessment, child sex, birth weight, and preterm delivery status.
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.
The RMA exam itself is a 2-hour, 210-question multiple-choice computer-administered examination (3 hours when administered in paper-and-pencil mode) constructed by AMT's in-house PhD psychometrician based on input from an item-writing committee of subject matter experts.
A fundamental problem with studies of IQ-test results is that "nobody really knows what intelligence is,' says psychometrician Peter H.
of Queensland, Brisbane) and Nering (a US psychometrician) introduce the extension of classical test theory known as item response theory.
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.