I may make intermediate PPT modules available for review via Slideshare as they emerge...in hopes of eliciting feedback, comments, etc.
In the process of working on this presentation I refer to the ETS Kit of Factor-Referenced Cognitive Tests (1976 Edition) as a source I often review when trying to understand some old measures mentioned in studies and, more importantly, for ideas for possible new tests of narrow CHC abilities. The publication is a steal for the price....but you must be aware that the copies of the tests you will receive are very crude black-white copies of prototypes, often with free-hand drawings.
It is a classic....and one that I think most instructors of cognitive/intellectual testing courses might consider purchasing for their library...as a teaching aid. The tests use the CHC code system that is currently being using today in discussions of CHC abilities. Thus, the tests, although not of high quality, might be good as illustrations of how to measure 23 different narrow CHC abilities.
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