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  1. 1. ‘Intelligence is the global capacity of individual tothink rationally, to act purposefully , to dealeffectively with the environment’. WESCHLER’SAlfred binet is the father of the intelligence test
  2. 2. VERBAL TESTInvolves the use of languageCommonly used test is STANFORD BINET SCALEThis test consisting of 30 items which arearranged in a order of increasing difficultyThis test are grouped according to the agelevel eg; for age 3: point out to nose, eyes, andmouthFor age 7:tell what is missing in unfinishedpictureOther common verbal intelligence test used inIndia is samanya budhi pariksha which isdeveloped by the state bureau of educationaland vocational guidance, Gwalior
  3. 3. PERFORMANCE TEST Contents and responses are in the form motor activities COMMON TESTS BLOCK BUILDING OR CUBE CONSTRUCTION TO FIT THE BLOCK IN THE HOLES PICTURE ARRANGEMENT OR PICTURE COMPLETION
  4. 4. WECHSLER INTELLIGENCE SCALEIt is available in two forms for children and foradultsThis scale consists of 11 sub testSix verbal scale and five performance scale
  5. 5. 1 . General information 7.Digit symbol test2.General comprehension 8.Picture completion test3.Arithmetic ability 9.Block design test4.Distinction between 10.Picture arrangement similarities test5.Digit span test 11.Object assembly test6.Test of vocabulary
  6. 6. CONCEPT OF MENTAL AGE AND IQ
  7. 7. APTITUDE TESTAPTITUDEA natural or acquired disposition or capacity for aparticular purpose, or tendency to a particularaction or effect; as, oil has an aptitude to burn.CLASSIFICATIONDifferential aptitude testSpecific aptitude test
  8. 8. SPACE RELATION TESTWhich group of shape can be assembled to make the shapeshown?A B CD
  9. 9. MECHANICAL APTITUDE TESTIt is a combination of sensory , motor capacities,perception of spatial relations , the capacity toacquire information about mechanical matters , andthe capacity to comprehend mechanical relationCOMMON MECHANICAL APTITUDE TEST AREMINNESOTA MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY TESTMINNESOTA SPATIAL RELATION TESTBENNET TEST OF MECHANICAL COMPREHENSION TEST
  10. 10. ITEMS COMMON IN MECHANICAL APTITUDE TESTS ARETo put together the parts of mechanical deviceTo replace cut out parts in their correct holesBasic information about tools and their useComprehension of mechanical and physical principles Eg: Which pitcure of water will stay cold longer?
  11. 11. CLERICAL APTITUDE TESTPERCEPTUAL ABILITY : ability to perceivewords and numbers with speed and accuracyINTELLECTUAL ABILITY : ability to grasp themeaning of words and symbolsMOTOR ABILITY : ability to use various typesof machines and tools like type writer andpunching machineCommon tests Minnesota vocational test for clerical workersDetroit clerical aptitude examination
  12. 12. MUSICAL APTITUDE TESTSea shore measure of musical talents• It includes1. Discrimination of pitch2. Discrimination of time interval3. Judgment of rhythm4. Discrimination of intensity of loudness5. Tonal memory Items are presented through the records, subject sits, listens, and attempt to answer the response
  13. 13. APTITUDE FOR GRAPHIC ARTTwo important test areMEIER ART JUDGEMENT TEST: It consist of 100 pairsof pictures in black and white . One of each pair ismasterpiece and the other have slight distortion fromthe master piece. Subject has to answer which part isaltered and to choose the master pieceHORNE ART APTITUDE INVENTORY :Subject hasto produce the sketches from given pattern of lines andfigures
  14. 14. TESTS OF SCHOLASTIC AND PROFESSIONAL APTITUDE:for the proper selection of students in specific courses ofprofession like engineering, medicine, law, businessmanagement, teaching etc. some of the aptitude test areStanford scientific aptitude testScience aptitude testLegal aptitude testMinnesota engineering analogical testTeaching aptitude test
  15. 15. ASSEMENT OF PERSONALITYPersonality is the unique pattern of trait .A trait is anyrelatively enduring characteristics in behavior and thought,which differentiate one individual from another GuilfordCLASSIFICATION OF PERSONALITY TEST;
  16. 16. NON PROJECTIVE TESTS:1. OBSERVATION :2.SITUATIONAL TEST: artificially creating certain situationand assessing the behavior to that situation. Eg; honesty of aindividual3.QUESTIONNAIRE : it consists of serious of printed orwritten questions related to the personality characteristics.The subject response to these questions in the spaceprovided in the form4.PERSONALITY INVENTORY
  17. 17. MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALITY INVENTORY It contains 550 items and used to diagnose psychiatric disorders ;consist 26 category Questions are related to the family , general health and habits , sex, phobia ADMINISTRATION AND SCORING used for 16 or above time limit 60-90 minutes Items are printed on several cards and subject have the choices like true , false, can’t say
  18. 18. INTERVIEW : collecting information directly throughface to face contact. It gives opportunity for mutualexchange of ideas and information.
  19. 19. PROJECTIVE TECHNQUETo evaluate the covert behavior or unconscious behaviorIncludes phenomenon of projectionUn structured stimuli are given to subject and asked themto structure in any ways as they likes
  20. 20. RORSCHACH INK BLOT TEST
  21. 21. THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST It is used for people above 16 years .It consists of total 30picture s, they are asked to make a story by using the picture,that is what is going on in this picture and what will happen inthis situation
  22. 22. CHILDREN APPERCEPTION TEST
  23. 23. WORD ASSOCIATION TESTExaminer presents a series of words, once at a timeAfter each word the subject has to reply quickly aspossibly with the first word , what comes to his mindThere is no right or wrong responseExaminer records the reply to each word, and the timetaken ,unusual speech, or any behavioral manifestations
  24. 24. SENTENCE COMPLETION TESTThis test includes series of incomplete sentenceusually open at the endThe subject is asked to answer quickly possibleEg: I am worried overMy hope isMy hero isI feel proud when
  25. 25. SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS SCALE (URBAN)By B. Kuppuswamy (1962)-was developed for only those subjects who reside in urban areas- This scale contains two information blanks (one for the person-concerned and second for the father or guardian) and Score card- The social stratification is based on three main variables:• Education,• Occupation•Income-the range of scores which can be obtained is from 3 to27
  26. 26.  Upper  26-29 Upper middle  16-25 Middle  11-15 Lower middle  05-10 lower  <4
  27. 27. SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS SCALE (RURAL)By Udai Pareek and G. Trivedi (1964)-- This scale consists of a manual and one information blank-This scale has nine factors which assess the socio-economicstatus of the individual:• Caste;•Occupation;•Education;• Social participation;•Land•House•Material possession and family
  28. 28.  >43  Upper class 33-42  Upper middle class 24-32  Middle class 13-23  Lower middle class <13  Lower class
  29. 29. Cognitive functionDiagnosticclarificatio Assessmen Personalit n t y Inter- persona l relation s
  30. 30. Rorschach test and TAT
  31. 31. 1. Sentence completion test (SCT)2. Draw-a-person test (DAP) Bender-Gestalt test ( To assess Organic brain damage, ego functions through Reproduction of geometric figures) Rorschach test, TAT, 16- personality factor test, MMPI, sentence completion test is used to clarify psychiatric diagnosis
  32. 32. Test type Assesses Age Method Administra tionAlexander’s Intelligenc Cognitive Below Performan Individualperformanc e and function 10 yrs ce on 3e scale motor subtestsBayley Infant Cognitive 1-30 Performan Individualscales of developme and months ce oninfant nt motor subtestsdevelopmen function measuringtBeck Personality Measures Adult Performan Individualdepression depressio ce on selfinventory n reportBender Visual Organic 5- Reproduct Individualvisual- motor brain adult ion ofmotor developme damage, geometricgestalt test nt ego figures functions
  33. 33. Test Type Assesses Age Method Administrati onBhatia’s Intelligence Cognitive and Boys Performanc Individualperforma motor 11-16 e on 5nce scale development yrs subjectsBrief symptomatolo Symtomatolo adult 18- Individualpsychiatri gy gy adult and dimensionsc rating globalscale pathologyCatells Infant General 1-18 17 scales Individualinfant development motor and monthsintelligen cognitivece scaleCatell’s Personality Personality Adults Self- Individual16 PF inventory conflicts reportsCAT Projective Personality child Makes up Individual conflicts stories after viewing

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