Assessment [1 of 2] Another hypothetical situation for discussion: One student’s measured IQ on a test of intelligence is 100. Another student’s measured IQ is 110 on a different test of intelligence. What can one say about the two students and their scores on these tests? How might the standard error of the difference score be involved in determining whether there exists a difference between the two scores? What factors affect the magnitude of the standard error of the difference score? What factors may account for the fact that one cultural group may characteristically score lower than another on nonverbal and verbal IQ tests? Testing Special Populations [2 of 2] Explain the issues associated with testing special populations. Define each of the three types of impairments, and describe what kind of testing accommodations you think a person with impairment might need.
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