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Title: Choice reaction time: What role in ability measurement?
Authors: Lunneborg, Clifford E.
Issue Date: 1977
Citation: Lunneborg, Clifford E. (1977). Choice reaction time: What role in ability measurement? Applied Psychological Measurement, 1, 309-330. doi:10.1177/014662167700100301
Abstract: Three studies are described in which choice reaction time (RT) was related to such psychometric ability measures as verbal comprehension, numerical reasoning, hidden figures, and progressive matrices tests. Although fairly consistent negative correlations were found between these tests and choice RT when high school samples were used, differences from study to study highlight the need to develop more reliable measures for cognitive laboratory procedures and to study these in populations that are more broadly representative of human cognitive power.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/98623
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