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individual test n.

individual test n.

Testing Individuals with Disabilities An International Perspective

Concerning: ‘Refusal of HIV testing by high-risk individuals’

Update on Laboratory Testing to Identify Individuals With Inhalant Allergies

The validity of the test of individual equivalence ratios

Testing models of the individual and cosmological evolutions of powerful radio galaxies

Balance impairments in individuals with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis: a comparison with matched controls using clinical tests

Use of computerized algorithm to identify individuals in need of testing for celiac disease

Diversity-1The Impact of English Language Proficiency on Neuropsychological Test Performance in Ethnically Diverse Individuals

C-02The Impact of English Language Proficiency on Neuropsychological Test Performance in Ethnically Diverse Individuals

The Preferences of Insiders and Outsiders: Testing the Model's Assumptions about Individual Interests

A novel and reliable method of determining individual ventricular capture during biventricular pacing threshold testing

Comparative performance of subclinical atherosclerosis tests in predicting coronary heart disease in asymptomatic individuals

Transmitted drug resistance of HIV-1 strains among individuals attending voluntary counselling and testing in Taiwan

The Ramp Power Test: A Power Assessment During a Functional Task for Older Individuals

Effects of chronic alcohol abuse on neuropsychological test performance in individuals with traumatic brain injury

Using Monolingual Neuropsychological Test Norms with Bilingual Hispanic Americans: Application of an Individual Comparison Standard

Juvenile infection and male display: testing the bright male hypothesis across individual life histories

 

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A test of intelligence, personality, or any other psychological attribute, designed to be administered to one respondent at a time. Compare group test.

Subjects: Psychology.


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