Reflection of the Current Practice in Psychological Diagnostics of Language-Based Diagnostic Tools


This Article contribution focuses on the language-based psychological test, batteries and diagnostic tools used worldwide and their psychometric standardisation. The author follows in his research from his diploma thesis Analytical Methods in Psycholinguistic Research of Perception (Rudorfer, 2019), in which the author addressed the psycholinguistic and statistical approach in language performance tests and provided a number of analytical tools due to their focus and work with specific subjects using language (Czech, English, Hungarian, Japanese and German), their perceptual, cognitive skills and language intelligence, which are key aspects of research study research. The proposed research study follows up on the dissertation and diploma thesis of the main researcher of the project. It expands it mainly with a specific focus on specific diagnostic tests and psychometric analysis options for proper revision and standardisation for use in professional practice. The dissertation will focus on analytical methods for psychological diagnostic methods with a focus on literacy and language performance tests and their standardization. The project also corresponds to the long tradition of the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Education, Charles University, whose area of interest is primarily issues of literacy, functional literacy and specific learning disabilities.

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Lothar Filip Rudorfer, Charles University, Czech Republic

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Conference: ACEID2023
Stream: Educational Research

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Rudorfer L. (2023) Reflection of the Current Practice in Psychological Diagnostics of Language-Based Diagnostic Tools ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2023 Official Conference Proceedings
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