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Answer: Regardless of the label, the Rorschach provides a standard set of inkblot stimuli that are used with children, adolescents, and adults in a wide range of settings where questions of personality and problem solving are relevant, including psychiatric, medical, criminal, or legal settings, asRead more
From December 2019 TEE, IGNOU has separated exam of FST-1 for BA, BCOM, BSC and other BDP programs. It is done to reduce the burden and exam rush in exam centre. BA and BCOM exam will be held on one day and for B.Sc and other programs it will be held on another day. So this FST-1 (S) you are seeingRead more
Reliability is a measure of the consistency of a metric or a method. Every metric or method we use, including things like methods for uncovering usability problems in an interface and expert judgment, must be assessed for reliability. In fact, before you can establish validity, you need to establishRead more
Characteristics of Ex-Post Facto Research: Based on the concept of the ex-post factor research, it is also known as ‘causal comparative research’. The ex-post facto research has certain characteristics which distinguishes it from other different types of research. Some of these characteristics are pRead more
Strengths: Field experiments generally yield results with higher ecological validity than laboratory experiments, as the natural settings will relate to real life. Demand characteristics are less of an issue with field experiments than laboratory experiments (i.e. participants are less likely to adjRead more
Factorial designs are extremely useful to psychologists and field scientists as a preliminary study, allowing them to judge whether there is a link between variables, whilst reducing the possibility of experimental error and confounding variables. The factorial design, as well as simplifying the proRead more
Assessment techniques must meet four technical criteria before they can be considered scientifically acceptable measures of individual differences in people’s enduring qualities. These criteria are standardisation, norms, reliability, and validity. Let us deal with each of these and understand whatRead more
Cattel’s Trait Theory (Approach): According to Raymond Cattell, personality is a pattern of traits and that helps to understand his personality and predict his behaviour. Traits are permanent and build the personality of an individual. Classification of Traits Surface Traits and Source Traits: SurfaRead more
Regardless of the label, the Rorschach provides a standard set of inkblot stimuli that are used with children, adolescents, and adults in a wide range of settings where questions of personality and problem solving are relevant, including psychiatric, medical, criminal, or legal settings, as well asRead more
Gordon Allport, a US psychologist and educator, developed an original theory of personality. He set forth that the self organises you deep inside, and accounts for such as unity of personality and continuity of personal memories. The adult personality has something unique about it. Allport sought toRead more
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