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Martin, John D.; Coley, Leslie A. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1984
Scores derived from the Coopersmith Self Esteem Inventory (SEI), Tennessee Self Concept Scale (TSCS), Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT), and Rotter's Internal-External Locus of Control (LOC) Scale were analyzed. Significant correlations were obtained between scores on these instruments. Race and SIT scores and age and LOC scores were also…
Descriptors: Age Differences, Correlation, Higher Education, Intelligence
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Grossman, Fred M.; Johnson, Kathleen M. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1983
The capability of the Slosson Intelligence Test and the Otis Lennon Mental Ability Test to predict academic achievement as measured by the Stanford Achievement Test is examined. The results indicated that the Slosson and Otis-Lennon significantly predict Stanford Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, and Mathematical Concepts subtest scores.…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Aptitude Tests, Elementary Education, Gifted
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Martin, John D.; Rudolph, Linda – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1972
The SIT Correlates highly enough with ACT scores to be considered a valid instrument for predicting acceptance and success in college. (Authors)
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Criterion Referenced Tests, Grade Point Average, Intelligence Tests
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Armstrong, Robert J.; Jensen, John A. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1972
The SIT is an individual test of intelligence, for both children and adults, requiring no specialized training. (Authors)
Descriptors: Intelligence Tests, Screening Tests, Tables (Data), Test Validity
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Obrzut, John E.; And Others – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1981
Studying the validity of the Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning (DIAL), 53 kindergartners took the DIAL before school entrance and then had their Slosson Intelligence Test scores and Metropolitan Readiness Tests monitored for the school year. Preschool screening programs and their relation to the DIAL are discussed. (CE)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Cognitive Development, Creative Development, Early Childhood Education
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Martin, John D.; And Others – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1981
The California Psychological Inventory (CPI), the Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT), and the Shipley-Institute of Living Scale (SILS) were administered to undergraduates. The Intellectual Efficiency scale scores were correlated .52 with the SIT scores and .39 with the SILS scores. The SIT and SILS were correlated .49. (Author/GK)
Descriptors: Cognitive Ability, Cognitive Tests, College Students, Correlation
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Cianflone, Ralph; Zullo, Thomas G. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1980
Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT) scores, taken at the kindergarten level were correlated with the acquisition of sight vocabulary and later measures of reading achievement (Stanford Achievement Test scores). Correlation coefficients ranged from .61 to .87. (Author/GK)
Descriptors: Correlation, Elementary Education, Intelligence Tests, Kindergarten Children
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Baum, Dale D. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1979
The Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT) scores of 98 high-risk kindergarten children were correlated with their scores on the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (WPPSI). It was concluded that the predictive validity of the SIT was very low. (Author/CTM)
Descriptors: Intelligence Tests, Kindergarten Children, Learning Disabilities, Predictive Validity
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Martin, John D.; And Others – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1979
The validity of the Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT) relative to the California Short Form Test of Mental Maturity and the Shipley-Institute of Living Scale was investigated on a sample of college students. Results supported the validity of the SIT. (Author/JKS)
Descriptors: Correlation, Higher Education, Intelligence Tests, Technical Reports
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Klein, Alice E. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1978
The ability of the Slosson Intelligence Test to predict academic achievement was assessed by using three samples of pre-kindergarten pupils from three successive years in a large midwest school district. Results indicate a moderately good predictive power of the instrument. (Author/JKS)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Early Childhood Education, Intelligence Tests, Learning Readiness
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Martin, John D.; And Others – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1977
The Slosson Intelligence Test and the Shipley Institute of Living Scale were administered in a test-retest fashion to a sample of undergraduates. Correlations between the instruments were moderate and reliabilities for the instruments were moderate to low. (JKS)
Descriptors: College Students, Correlation, Higher Education, Intelligence Tests
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Martin, John D.; Kidwell, Jane C. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1977
The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised, the Slosson Intelligence Test, and the National Education Development Test were administered to a small sample of private school children ranging in age from 12.3 to 14.1 years. Correlations among these measures were moderate to high. (JKS)
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Correlation, Elementary Secondary Education, Intelligence Tests
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Brown, Nina W. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1976
Examines the school readiness of a group of poor children enrolled in a Neighborhood Development Center, of a group of middle class black children, and of a group of middle class white children. Also compares the intelligence test scores of the three groups of children. (Author/DEP)
Descriptors: Lower Class Students, Middle Class, Predictive Measurement, Preschool Children