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BUS 335 WK 6 Quiz 5 Chapter 7 - All Possible Questions

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BUS 335 WK 6 Quiz 5 Chapter 7 - All Possible Questions

True / False Questions

1. Measures are methods or techniques for describing and assessing attributes of objects that are of concern to us.
True False

2. When developing measures, it is a good idea to give each rater some license to interpret the meaning of scores as fits the specific situation.
True False

3. To achieve standardization the content of job application tests should be the same for all applicants.
True False

4. Scoring keys for tests should be developed immediately after the test has been administered.
True False

5. Most staffing measures can be best described as being on a ratio scale.
True False

6. A rank ordering of five job candidates in terms of overall qualification for the job is an example of an ordinal scale.
True False

7. Research shows that when an attribute is measured by both objective and subjective means, there is often relatively low agreement between scores from the two types of measures.
True False

8. The standard deviation is a measure of the central tendency of a scale.
True False

9. The most appropriate measure of central tendency for nominal scale data is the median.
True False

10. Standard scores are also useful for determining how a person performed, in a relative sense, on two or more tests. This is helpful for comparing relative standing across several tests.
True False

11. If an individual has a z-score of 2.0 on a performance test, this indicates this person's score is twice as high as the average test score.
True False

12. A correlation coefficient ranges from 0 to +1.
True False

13. A correlation between two variables does not necessarily that one causes the other.
True...