testing scenario using your knowledge of testing and ethics

In this case study, you will analyse a testing scenario using your knowledge of testing and ethics. A psychologist is redesigning a website to make it more appealing to clients.

Testing scenario using your knowledge of testing and ethics

In this case study, you will analyse a testing scenario using your knowledge of testing and ethics.

Part A: Review the Case
A psychologist is redesigning a website to make it more appealing to clients. On the website, she lists several tests she learned about in graduate school. She also posts images of the tests, including the Rorschach inkblot cards.

Part B: Case Analysis
In a 5-6 page paper, addressing the following information:

Firstly, Describe your immediate reaction to the scenario. What are the details you immediately notice? What questions did the scenario raise about testing?

Secondly, Identify and explain 3 factors that impact performance on projective tests.

Thirdly, Identify and discuss 3 reliability and validity concerns with the scenario.

Fourthly,  Identify and explain at least 3 ethical concerns as per the APA Ethical Codes and how you would resolve the concerns.

Also, Integrate academic sources on psychological assessment to support your position.
Please ensure that your paper is in APA format, using 12 pt Times New Roman font, with a title and references page. An abstract is not necessary. The paper should integrate 5-6 scholarly resources

More details;

What is ethical testing?
Ethical testing ensures that test scores are not compromised, promotes a fair testing process, and avoids serious consequences that may stem from cheating. Create a “cheat sheet” for students to use in taking the test, including sharing of formulas, concepts, or definitions, necessary for the test.
What are the ethics in assessment?

Ethics in Assessment. some include technical standards that the professionals should meet in their practice, but all of them include some statements about ethical responsibilities that are intended to guide the behavior of professionals as they use assess- ments in their practice.