Psychological Testing

psychological test is a method designed to measure unobserved constructs also known as latent variables. Psychological tests are typically a series of tasks or problems that the respondent has to solve. Psychological tests can strongly resemble questionnaires, which are also designed to measure unobserved constructs. A useful Forensic analytical techniques must be both valid and reliable (i.e., internally consistent or give consistent results over time, across raters, etc.). These are useful to examine the effect of stress management interventions to police. Forensic genetics analyses blood fluids and tissue samples to extract forensic DNA  for evidence.  Psychological Testing helps scientists, students and the researchers of forensic medicine, forensic graphology and forensic genetic.

Psychological testing in its modern form originated little more than one hundred years ago in laboratory studies of sensory discrimination, motor skills, and reaction time. Tests are used in almost every nation on earth for counseling, selection, and placement. Testing occurs in settings as diverse as schools, civil service, industry, medical clinics, and counseling centers. 

  • Rorschach test
  • Thematic Application Test (TAT)
  • Projective figure drawings
  • Clinical Interview
  • Asessment of Intellectual Functioning (IQ)
  • Personality assessment
  • Behavioural asessment

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