Edited by Barbara S. Plake & Joseph C. Witt; published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (Hillsdale, NJ, 1986).

Copyright © 1986 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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The overriding purpose of this volume of the Buros-Nebraska Series on Measurement and Testing is to provide a vision of what may be probable directions for the field of measurement and testing. Through the collection of chapters which address a variety of dimensions of the future of testing, it is possible to identify areas of present concern and to identify potentially important areas for dedication of energies in the future.

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The Future of Testing: Title Pages, Contents, Preface, Acknowledgments, Dedication, James V. Mitchell Jr., Barbara S. Plake, and Joseph C. Witt

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1. Prediction of the Future from the Present: An Introduction, Barbara S. Plake and Joseph C. Witt

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2. Testing Old, Testing New: Schoolboy Psychology and the Allocation of Intellectual Resources, Gene V. Glass

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3. Computer Technology In Testing, Gale H. Roid

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4. Future Directions for Educational Achievement and Ability Testing, Nancy S. Cole

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5. Minimum Competency Testing: Status and Potential, Ronald A. Berk

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6. The Future of Testing for Licensure and Certification Exam i nations, Michael T. Kane

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7. The Future of Clinical Assessment, Jay Ziskin

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8. Perspectives on the Future of Neuropsychological Assessment, Raymond S. Dean

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9. New Directions for Interest Testing, John L. Holland

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10. Needed Directions for Measurement in Work Settings, Mary L. Tenopyr

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The Future of Testing: Author Index

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The Future of Testing: Subject Index

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The Future of Testing: Complete Work, James V. Mitchell Jr., Barbara S. Plake, and Joseph C. Witt