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self-assessment report


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self‐assessment report

Faking Does Distort Self-Report Personality Assessment

Self-report Assessments of Psychoactive Substance Use and Dependence

Self-report: the primary source in assessment after infancy

Measurement Error of Self-Reported Physical Activity Levels in New York City: Assessment and Correction

An assessment of the validity of adolescent self-reported smoking using three biological indicators

Accuracy of self-reported body weight: Stepped Approach Model component assessment

Assessment of adult-residual ADD (ARADD) using neurocognitive and self-report measures

Can patients help with long-term total knee arthroplasty surveillance? Comparison of the American Knee Society Score self-report and surgeon assessment

Assessment of Digit Preference in Self-reported Year at Menopause: Choice of an Appropriate Reference Distribution

Physical Activity Assessment: Biomarkers and Self-Report of Activity-Related Energy Expenditure in the WHI

Assessment of the potential effects of population changes in attitudes, awareness and beliefs on self-reporting of occupational ill-health

Self-Reported Birthweight and History of Having Been Breastfed among Younger Women: An Assessment of Validity

Concordance of Self-Report and Informant Assessment of Emotional Well-Being in Nursing Home Residents With Dementia

The Assessment of ADL among Frail Elderly in an Interview Survey: Self-report versus Performance-Based Tests and Determinants of Discrepancies

Obtaining Self-Report Data From Cognitively Impaired Elders: Methodological Issues and Clinical Implications for Nursing Home Pain Assessment

The effect of pain on neurocognitive measures in patients demonstrating good effort, Part I: Data on objective and self-reported assessments of memory ability

Relationship Between Subjective Test Feedback Provided by High-School Athletes During Computer-Based Assessment of Baseline Cognitive Functioning and Self-Reported Symptoms

The differential effects of depressive symptoms on self-report and performance-based neurocognitive measures in patients demonstrating good effort during assessment

 

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Documents produced annually by all providers of post‐compulsory education as part of their quality assurance process. In larger institutions, those written at individual programme level contribute to programme area reports, which in turn feed into departmental reports, on which the organization's summary report is based. This summary will contain the following: an introduction, focusing on key improvements since the previous review of post‐inspection development or action plans; information on progress on performance measures in the development of action plans; key strengths and areas for improvement for the institution, organized under the headings of the key questions of the Common Inspection Framework (CIF), and for each curriculum area, where practicable; a table of grades awarded to CIF key questions and curriculum areas; and a summary of grades awarded for the observation of teaching, learning, and assessment. See also college self‐assessment.

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