all relevant aptitude factors. Finally, we may do well to strive toward having tests "field ready" in as expedient a fashion as possible. Kyllonen (this volume) offers suggestions for incorporating all significant technology associated with abilities measurement, that is, computer delivery, item-generation technology, multidimensional adaptive technology, comprehensive cognitive abilities measurement, time-parameterized testing, and a latent factor-centered design.

In addition to providing valuable sources of information with respect to learners' knowledge, skills, abilities, and other attributes, the information from tests may be linked to intervention. Also, tests themselves may foster learning. That is, the act of taking a particular test may alter the attributes being tested. Changes in the field of testing seem certain to continue as the nature of jobs continues to change at an accelerated rate.


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