from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who takes or has taken a test.
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- n. Someone who is tested or examined.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who is tested (as by an intelligence test or an academic examination)
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One of the reasons for a double-blind is avoid unconscious bias and thereby influence by the tester upon the testee.
What I take from this experiment is that the thoughts of the testee actually begins to express itself when the electrical activity begins, and that there is a time lag before the thought gets translated into thought-words.
We ar nawt awl in agreemintz heer an sumtiems teh peeple get a liddle – testee.
Okee, i gotz a chans to do it.. now a testee. hope hope hope
A few years ago, a psychologist I know shared a personality test he had devised just for fun that indicated which Greek god or goddess the testee was.
In Washington, a willing testee who simply couldn't think of how to respond to a writing prompt was harangued by his teacher, then by his principal and then by his mother.
Also, Meyers-Briggs tests tend to be pretty superficial, taking the testee at his or her word.
When they get finalized, I'll see who wants to be a testee or testor for the cupcake shipping box!
“The reason you have to do the piss test in front of someone else is to prevent the testee from substituting someone elseâ€™s urine for their tainted sample.”
Many of them believe only in double-blind studies, trials where neither the tester nor the testee know if they are receiving “real” treatment or a placebo.
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