This paper reports data on the reliability and external
validity of the Construct Role Repertory Test
(Rep Test). Results show that test scores were
moderately internally consistent; scores exhibited
significant correlations with other forms of cognitive
functioning, including American College Testing
scores in science and mathematics. Based on
these results, suggestions for future users of the instrument
are presented in the context of test modification.
Use within physical processing environments,
in addition to the usual social environments,
is also advocated.