Dr. Frederick Leong is Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at Michigan State University. He is affiliated with the Industrial/Organizational and Clinical Psychology programs and also serves as the Director of the Consortium for Multicultural Psychology Research at MSU. He is Past President of the Asian American Psychological Association and the Society for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity (Division 45 of the American Psychological Association). Dr. Dave Bartram was President of the ITC (2014-2016). He was Chief Psychologist for CEB (formerly SHL) until July 2016. Prior to his appointment with SHL in 1998, he was Dean of the Faculty of Science and the Environment, and Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Hull. He currently holds an honorary Chair at the University of Pretoria. Dr. Fanny Cheung is currently Vice-President (Research) and Choh-ming Li Professor of Psychology at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is a former President of the ITC (2012-14), a past President of the Division of Clinical and Community Psychology of the International Association of Applied Psychology, and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science. Dr. Kurt F. Geisinger is currently Director of the Buros Center on Testing and W. C. Meierhenry Distinguished University Professor at the University of Nebraska. He served two terms as council representative for the Division of Measurement, Evaluation and Statistics in the American Psychological Association, on APA's Board of Directors, and he also represented APA on the ISO's International Test Standards committee. Dr. Dragos Iliescu is a Professor of Psychology with the University of Bucharest (Faculty for Psychology and Educational Sciences). He has been active as an academic and as a scientific consultant for the past 15 years, being involved in and having led important consultancy, assessment and test adaptation projects in Romania and other countries, mainly in Eastern Europe.
Section 1: Introduction and Overview Chapter 1 Introduction Frederick T.L. Leong, Dave Bartram, Fanny M. Cheung, Kurt F. Geisinger, and Dragos Iliescu Chapter 2 History and Current Status of Testing across Cultures and Countries Ype Poortinga and Eckhard Klieme Chapter 3 Brief History of the International Test Commission Thomas Oakland Chapter 4 The ITC Guidelines: International Standards and Guidelines Relating to Tests and Testing Dave Bartram and Ronald K. Hambleton Section 2: Domains of Testing and Assessment Chapter 5 Measuring and Understanding Intellectual and Other Abilities Eleanor Armour-Thomas and Lisa Suzuki Chapter 6 Measuring states and traits in motivation and emotion Robert A. Roe and Ilke Inceoglu Chapter 7 A look inside the toolbox: Measurement procedures in Implicit Social Cognition Rebecca Weil Chapter 8 Values Shalom Schwartz and Jan Cieciuch Chapter 9 Assessment of Career Interests Frederick T.L. Leong, Weiqiao Fan, and Xiaolu Zhou Chapter 10 Personality Assessment Dragos Iliescu and Dan Ispas Chapter 11 Psychopathology: Psychosis assessment and high-risk paradigms Eduardo Fonseca Pedrero, Diane C. Gooding, Martin Debbane, and Jose Muniz Chapter 12 Neuropsychological Assessment Anita M. Hubley and Maeve A. Mangaoang Section 3: Settings Chapter 13 Testing in Educational and Developmental Settings Stephen G. Sireci and Fernanda Gandara Chapter 14 Test Use in Work Settings Dirk D. Steiner and Neal Schmitt Chapter 15 Clinical Assessment in International Settings James N. Butcher, Giselle A. Hass, and Jacob A. Paulsen Chapter 16 Forensic Context Testing Martin Fisher, Sarah Brown, Georgia Barnett, and Helen Wakeling Chapter 17 Advances in Rehabilitation and Health Assessments Elias Mpofu, Ros Madden, Richard Madden, David Kellett, David B. Peterson, W. Dent Gitchel, and Eun-Jeong Lee Section 4: Special Populations Chapter 18 Testing Individuals with Disabilities: An International Perspective Kurt F. Geisinger and Carina McCormick Chapter 19 Children and Adolescents Diana Joyce-Beaulieu and Carmelo M. Callueng Chapter 20 Taking Diversity into Account: Assessment of Older Adults Meirong Kuang, Felix-Nicolai Muller, Yang Fang, Helene H. Fung, and Frieder R. Lang Chapter 21 Language and Culture in Testing Franziska Schwabe, Alina A. von Davier, and Micheline Chalhoub-Deville Chapter 22 Testing and Assessment of Immigrants and Second-Language Learners Thomas Oakland Chapter 23 Indigenous Approaches to Testing and Assessment Fanny M. Cheung and Velichko H. Fetvadjiev Section 5: Methodological Advances Chapter 24 Response Biases Eunike Wetzel, Jan R. Boehnke, and Anna Brown Chapter 25 Test Adaptations Fons J. R. van de Vijver Chapter 26 Multigroup Comparisons: Testing for Measurement, Structural, and Latent Mean Equivalence Barbara M. Byrne Chapter 27 Technology and Testing: Developments in Education, Work, and Healthcare Stephen Stark, Jaclyn Martin, and Oleksandr S. Chernyshenko Chapter 28 Reliability and Validity: History, Notions, Methods, Discussion Paul De Boeck and Paula Elosua Section 6: Problems and Challenges Chapter 29 Ethical Standards, Guidelines, and Related Issues Pertinent to International Testing and Assessment Thomas Oakland and Dragos Iliescu Chapter 30 Norming Dave Bartram and Fons J. R. van de Vijver Chapter 31 Assessment Design for Accuracy of Scores, Meaningfulness of Interpretations and Fairness of Decision Making in High-stakes Educational Testing Kadriye Ercikan and Avi Allalouf Index