Metodologi Penelitian Psikodiagnostika

Rahmat Hidayat, Indira Primasari
(Submitted 7 June 2016)
(Published 7 June 2016)


The measurements conducted in the discipline of psychology are related to the goals of pure and
applied sciences. Measurements taken for pure science is in general carried out within scientific
researches. Regarding those in the applied science, there are two methods, namely screening and
diagnosis that are commonly used in the practice of clinical measurement. This paper aims to
address the comprehensive measurements required in the field of clinical measurement. In
particular, it will discuss if psychometric properties only are already sufficient or they are, in fact,
not needed in this field. In addition, it will also briefly describe the methodology of measuring the
quality of instruments of clinical measurement.

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DOI: 10.22146/bpsi.11559


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