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ERIC Number: EJ189601
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Publication Date: 1978
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Level I--Level II Abilities as They Affect Performance of Three Races in the College Classroom
Longstreth, Langdon E.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 70, 3, 289-97, Jun 78
The hypothesis that multiple-choice exams load higher on Level II ability than on Level I ability was confirmed by correlating multiple choice tests with the Cognitive Abilities Test Nonverbal Battery, the forward digit span test, and essay measures. Differences in scores among Asian, black, white, and Mexican American students are discussed in terms of Jensens' theory. (Author/JAC)
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Language: English
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