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ERIC Number: EJ161400
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Publication Date: 1977
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Using Computerized Tests to Measure New Dimensions of Abilities: An Exploratory Study
Cory, Charles H.; And Others
Applied Psychological Measurement, 1, 1, 101-10, Win 77
A battery of Graphic Information Processing Tests (GRIP) was developed to utilize the display characteristics of computer terminals in measuring abilities important for processing visually presented information. The tests were found to be useful for measuring short-term memory and sequential reasoning abilities. (Author/RC)
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