Purpose: This article provides a detailed description of the stages of development of an information system of personalized psychophysiological testing using expert evaluation. The process of the information system design is presented, the developed functional models, database and algorithm of testing by students-experts are demonstrated.

Methodology: As a result of the analysis, the features of commercial educational institutions in the field of practical psychology, as the main influencing factor can be identified as the amount of practical training in the direction of «Psychology», which is very different from the standard curriculum.

Result: In the learning process, students, who acts experts, face following problems: absence of a clear structured hierarchy of indicators (test questions) in the evaluation of tests; lack of a procedure for formalization and evaluation of various qualitative and quantitative indicators (certain types of tests; lack of an effective tool that provides support for decision-making on the selection of personality type. The proposed system will solve these problems.

Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.

Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of Development of the Procedure of Testing with the Application of the Expert Evaluation Method in Psychophysiology is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.


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