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New technologies such as notebooks or handhe I'd computers might improve or enhance psychometric testing in various ways, interactive item types, adaptive testing,or immediate feedback after testing..
The promises of new technologies for ability testing are the facilitied implementation of new methods, the measurements of new constructs (Drasgow & Mettern,2005), and economical savings (although the economic gain is often lower than expected, see farcot & Latour,2009). The threats of new technologies for ability testing are that measures change as they are transferred to another test median. Question of equivalence of measurement instruments are not restricted to cross media comparison.modifications within a test mediam for example, manipulation of the print size or the amount of rater training for open ended responses can also affect test results.. from a psycome trivial point of view, we would consider such modifications as threats to objectivity (i.e., the lack of independence of test results from test administration, scoring, or interpretation). The reason why we are not too much concerned with varying the from of paper based tests is that once such tests are published the instantions is relatively fixed.. everyone in tested in using the norms or validity evidence available for the measure should use the published from and follow the instruction for test administration, scoring, and interpretation...
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Differing perceptual demands
Differing motor skill requirements
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