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Module 15. Developing Measures of Typical Performance

This module is concerned with the development of measures of typical per-formance. Measures of typical performance assess an individual’s typical preferences, or how he or she normally behaves or performs (Cronbach, 1970). Examples of these sorts of measures include personality inventories, attitude surveys, and self-reports of behavior. In creating such measures, authors should consider the recommendations discussed in Module 12, “Development of Tests of Maximal Performance.”