ERIC Number: ED120239
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
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The Effect of Test Instructions and Attitude toward School on Scores of an Intelligence Test.
Ballard, Joseph R.; Bauer, David H.
Two hundred-sixteen fifth- and sixth-graders were dichotomized on attitude toward school (positive or negative) and randomly assigned to three conditions in which they were instructed that they were about to take either an Intelligence, Achievement, or a Routine test. Results of analysis of variance on Kuhlmann-Anderson scores revealed significant effects attributable to instructions and attitude. (Author)
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