Monday, May 29, 2006

RIAS as a predictor of SAT scores

Over on the NASP listserv, there have been regular posts regarding the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS). Users of the RIAS with high school and college-age populations might find a new study by Beaujean et a. (2006) of interest, particularly with regard to predicting SAT scores (from RIAS scores). This small study can be viewed as a concurrent/criterion-related validity investigation of the RIAS (although the primary focus is on supporting the interpretation of the SAT as a measure of g or general intelligence).

Caveat---the sample is small (n=97) and geographically restricted.

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