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Computer-Assisted Psychological Assessment
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Computers in Human Services Volume 1, Number 3,

Abstract

Compared the impact of computer-assisted psychological assessment on respondents to traditional psychometric administration procedure. Findings indicated no difference between administration methods on respondents' self-reported anxiety, electromyograph monitored stress, or task satisfaction. Moreover, computer-assisted assessment was more efficient and, seemingly, more conducive to eliciting responses to test items. (Author/BL)

Citation

Hart, R.R. & Goldstein, M.A. (1985). Computer-Assisted Psychological Assessment. Computers in Human Services, 1(3), 69-75. Retrieved November 28, 2021 from .

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