Career Development Assessment and Testing Research and Program Evaluation Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice Anything Goes
100
Who is Robert Hoppock? (p.365)
Which counselor would most likely say that we choose a job to meet our needs?
100
Who is Sir Francis Galton (p.385)
Who did research and concluded that intelligence was normally distributed like height or weight and is primarily genetic?
100
What is the Halo effect? (p.459)
A panel of investigators discovered that a researcher who completed a major study had unconsciously rated attractive females as better counselors. This is an example of what effect?
100
What are third party payments? (p.519)
Insurance payments are also called what?
100
What is 68%, 95%, and 99.7%? (p.461)
What percentage of the population will fall within one, two, and three standard deviations of the mean in a normally distributed bell curve?
200
What is a dislocated worker (p.361)
An individual who loses his or her job because a company downsizes or relocates refers to what?
200
What is validity (p.375)
What is the more important trait in a test?
200
What is .05 or less (p.424
In the social sciences, the accepted probability level for a study is usually what?
200
What are autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, justice, fidelity, and veracity (p.475)
What are the six foundational principles for ethical behavior?
200
What is Type I error (p.426)
This type of error occurs when you accept a null when it's false
300
What is realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising, and conventional? (p.334)
John Holland's Strong Interest Inventory features the RIASEC modal orientations. What do these stand for?
300
What is .90 (p.383)
An excellent psychological or counseling test would have a reliability coefficient of what?
300
What is flatter (p.452)
Platykurtic refers to a distribution that is what compared to a normal distribution
300
What is the NBCC/National Board for Certified Counselors (p.481)
In the late 1970's, the AACD (known as the ACA since 1992) began to focus very heavily on professional credentialing. This lead to the formation of what regulating body?
300
What are independent variable and dependent variable? (418)
In experimental terminology, IV stands for _____ and DV stands for ____?
400
Who is Albert Bandura? (p.351)
Self-efficacy theory is based on the work of whom?
400
What is the difficulty index? (p.370)
What index indicated the percentage of individuals who answered each item correctly?
400
What is 1 standard deviation above the mean (p.450)
The standard deviation is the square root of the variance. A z-score of +1 would be the same as what
400
What is confidentiality (p.483) OR behavioral counseling (p.518)
Most ethical dilemmas are related to what?
400
What is the WISC-IV/Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (p.391)
The best intelligence test for a sixth grade student would be what?
500
What is 10-15 (p.351)
In their lifetime, the average person holds how many jobs? (range)
500
What is inter-rater reliability (p.382)
Which method of reliability testing would be useful with an essay test but not a test of algebra problems?
500
What are the abscissa and ordinate (p.446)
Another name for the x and y axes are what?
500
What is minimal disclosure? (p.515)
This term refers to the idea that if you must break confidentiality, you reveal only what is necessary and when possible, inform the client that you are going to disclose confidential information.
500
What is how accurate or inaccurate a test score is (p.403)
A standard error of measurement tells you what? (not how to find it, but what it tells you about the data)




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