Intro to Psychology

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Although not considered high in reliability or validity, this type of psychological assessment, if used correctly and by well-trained professionals, can provide valuable insight into understanding a person's thoughts and feelins.
a. intelligence test
b. achievement test
c. personality test
d. projective test

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    What do you think?

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    I'm thinking personality test

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    I think it could be both c and d. Does your book discuss these two tests?

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    I'm leaning toward d because your question states that this test should be administered by a well-trained professional. Since there are many different kinds of personality tests, I think projective tests is the best answer.

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    Thanks I reread that part and it's d! I always over think my answers

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