Psychometrics

Psychometrics,

Definition of Psychometrics:

  1. Measurement or assessment of individual differences in abilities, aptitudes, attitudes, behavior, intelligence, and other attributes through psychological tests.

  2. The science of measuring mental capacities and processes.

Synonyms of Psychometrics

IQ meter, Abnormal psychology, Academic psychology, Altimetry, Analytical psychology, Animal psychology, Applied psychology, Association psychology, Bathymetry, Biometrics, Biometry, Cadastration, Cartography, Child psychology, Chorography, Clinical psychology, Cognitive psychology, Comparative psychology, Constitutional psychology, Craniometry, Criminal psychology, Depth psychology, Developmental psychology, Differential psychology, Dynamic psychology, Ecological psychology, Educational psychology, Existential psychology, Experimental psychology, Faculty psychology, Folk psychology, Functional psychology, Genetic psychology, Geodesy, Geodetics, Goniometry, Group psychology, Hormic psychology, Hypsography, Hypsometry, Industrial psychology, Intelligence testing, Lie detector, Mensuration, Mental philosophy, Metrology, Morbid psychology, Neuropsychology, Oceanography, Parapsychology, Phenomenological psychology, Physiological psychology, Planimetry, Polygraph, Popular psychology, Psychobiochemistry, Psychobiology, Psychodiagnostics, Psychodynamics, Psychogalvanometer, Psychogenetics, Psychogeriatrics, Psychogram, Psychograph, Psychography, Psycholinguistics, Psychological medicine, Psychological profile, Psychological screening, Psychological warfare, Psychology, Psychometer, Psychometry, Psychonomics, Psychonomy, Psychopathology, Psychophysics, Psychophysiology, Psychosomatics, Psychotechnics, Psychotechnology, Psychotherapeutics, Race psychology, Rational psychology, Reactology, Reflexology, Self psychology, Social psychology, Stereometry, Structural psychology, Surveying, Topography

Meaning of Psychometrics & Psychometrics Definition