Technical Adequacy of Tests Used by Professionals in Simulated Decision Making
Psychology in the Schools Volume 17, Number 2,
Initially school personnel tended to select devices with technically adequate reliability and validity. As decision making continued, technically inadequate devices were selected more often. More emphasis on the importance of technically adequate assessment devices is needed in training school professionals. (Author)
Ysseldyke, J.E. & Algozzine, B. (1980). Technical Adequacy of Tests Used by Professionals in Simulated Decision Making. Psychology in the Schools, 17(2), 202.