International Test Commission (ITC)
Constitution approved Aug 1978, Munich (Germany FR). Amended: Jul 1982, Edinburgh (UK); Sep 1984, Acapulco (Mexico); Jul 1986, Jerusalem (Israel); Jul 1990, Kyoto (Japan); Jul 1994, Madrid (Spain); 1998, San Francisco CA (USA); 2000, Stockholm (Sweden); 2008, Berlin (Germany). Previously also known in French as Commission internationale des Tests.
Promote effective testing and assessment policies and proper development, evaluation and use of educational and psychological instruments; facilitate the exchange of information among members; further their cooperation on problems and issues relating to the construction, distribution and use of psychological tests and other methods that assess important personal qualities.
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General Meeting (every 2 years); Council.
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