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If you observe any sales advertisements in TVs or other Medias, you will notice the use of so called professionals or experts who enthusiastically verify and confirm commercial products that being promoted. This is a marketing illusion for persuading potential buyers to decide on an assurance of reliability or credibility from experts. In the same manner, when Psychological test instrument are given a glamorous marketing hype with celebrity PH D(s) Psychologists queuing-up to testify about its credibility and reliability, this is when you have to be extra cautious. Shit is shit. Even if you were to encase it in gold, it is still shit at its core. So if a Psychological test instrument is shitty in its development, branding it through expert testimony does not change the fact that it is shitty.