Part 1. The Minority Testing Bias Persists article calls attention to the fact t

Part 1. The Minority Testing Bias Persists article calls attention to the fact that some tests may be culture-specific without even knowing it. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/test-bias-minorities_b_2734149
Discuss the implied message from this article and the need to identify underlying testing items that have subtle stereotypical wording or context that are culturally discriminatory in nature.
Discuss effective measures that can address these issues based on your readings for this unit and personal professional behavior.
What impact does culture have on the process of psychological assessment and influence diagnosis on verbal communication, and on nonverbal communications?
Part 2. Issues with ethics, legal, socio-cultural, and personal biases affecting diagnostic, treatment and selection process. 
Discuss with examples, the role of ethics, legal, socio-cultural, and examiner biases and how each influences the diagnosis, treatment, and applicant selection processes.
Explain each of the following forms of testing issues:
Discrimination
Culture and language barriers
American Disability Act (ADA) 
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act

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