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ERIC Number: EJ233331
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1980
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The Factorial Validity of the Cornell Critical Thinking Test for a Junior High School Sample.
Michael, Joan J.; And Others
Educational and Psychological Measurement, v40 n2 p437-50 Sum 1980
Intercorrelations among 71 items of the Cornell Critical Thinking Test revealed five dimensions: relevance; irrelevance; differentiating levels of reliability of observations or of authorities; accuracy of deduction; and determination of the accuracy of an assumption. The test may lack construct validity, as only the deduction factor could be readily interpreted. (Author/CP)
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Cornell Critical Thinking Test