OPP CEO Penny Moyle and IPAT President Pamela Becker will present the paper, which was co-authored by OPP’s R&D Principle Consultant Rob Bailey.
The presentation looks at the results of a 16PF study which set out to learn more about international differences, and to look at the possibilities for the creation of a single, international norm group for the 16PF.
The study results showed that different language versions of the questionnaire do not tend to differ due to translation issues, but due to genuine cultural differences. However, these are small when compared with occupational group differences.
OPP's presentation is just one of many cutting-edge papers and discussions taking place over the four day conference.
Innovations in Testing 2015 is a showcase for innovation and exploration of best practices through wide-ranging presentations and case studies. As the leading industry conference, it brings together assessment industry professionals from clinical, occupational, certification, licensure and educational practice areas. (Twitter hashtag #atpconf).
ATP (The Association of Test Publishers) is a global, nonprofit organisation representing providers of tests and assessment tools and related services. ATP members are the leading publishers and assessment service providers in the testing industry, committed to encouraging international strategies which advance the position of the industry, its technology, and the science that supports it.