Accession Number : ADP003732

Title :   Computerized Programming: An Aid in Making Tests a Vehicle for the Amelioration of Learning Problems,

Corporate Author : OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL (ARMY) WASHINGTON D C

Personal Author(s) : Adamson,D. P.

Report Date : DEC 1976

Pagination or Media Count : 11

Abstract : This paper represents an attempt at describing an innovative approach to writing the prescriptions required of those psychologists employed by or acting as consultants to school districts. Unlike the psychologist practicing in a clinical setting, who is able to select and schedule his clients, the school or educational psychologist is pressed more and more into servitude as a psychometrist by the large case loads and the evaluation requirements particularly those imposed by PL 94-142.

Descriptors :   *Computer programming, *Computer applications, *Psychological tests, Symposia, Psychologists, Diagnosis(Medicine), Therapy, Students, Learning, Problem solving, Approach, Writing, Words(Language), Comprehension, Mental ability, Perception(Psychology), Verbal behavior, Attention, Military psychology, Military medicine

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE