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ERIC Number: ED079101
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Mar
Pages: 15
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Relationships among Piagetian, Achievement, and Intelligence Assessments.
DeVries, Rheta
The purpose of this study was to relate Piaget-type tests to Stanford-Binet Mental Age and IQ, to IQ on the California Test of Mental Maturity, and to performance on the Metropolitan Achievement Test. Subjects were 143 children of bright, average, and retarded psychometric abilities; bright and average children were chronologically aged five to seven years, while retarded subjects were mentally aged five to seven years and chronologically aged six to twelve years. Fifteen Piaget-type tasks were individually administered in three sessions. Results indicated that although Piagetian and psychometric assessments are somewhat related, Piagetian measures represent some aspects of intelligence and achievement which are not included in standardized assessments currently used in schools. For another analysis of these data, see SE 016 419. (DT)
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Note: Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1973