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ERIC Number: EJ163555
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Convergence-Divergence and the Learning of Concrete and Abstract Sentences
Sacks, H. V.; Eysenck, Michael W.
British Journal of Psychology, 68 pt2, 215-21, May 77
School pupils (mean age 17 years) were classified as convergers or divergers on the basis of their performance on the AH5 Intelligence Test and the Uses of Objects test. They were presented with a set of concrete and abstract sentences, followed immediately by a forced-choice recognition test. Considered the interaction between abstractness-concreteness and convergence-divergence. (Editor/RK)
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