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Fink, A.; Neubauer, A. C. – Intelligence, 2005
In experimental time estimation research, it has consistently been found that the more a person is engaged in some kind of demanding cognitive activity within a given period of time, the more experienced duration of this time interval decreases. However, the role of individual differences has been largely ignored in this field of research. In a…
Descriptors: Research Design, Psychometrics, Memory, Cognitive Processes
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Rindermann, H.; Neubauer, A. C. – Intelligence, 2004
According to mental speed theory of intelligence, the speed of information processing constitutes an important basis for cognitive abilities. However, the question, how mental speed relates to real world criteria, like school, academic, or job performance, is still unanswered. The aim of the study is to test an indirect speed-factor model in…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Cognitive Ability, Intelligence, Creativity