Notes on the Meier-Seashore Art Judgment Test
Abstract212 Stanford students who had had little formal work in art were given the Meier-Seashore Art Judgment Test. The mean and median scores were in accord with norms recently developed by Meier at Iowa. There was practically zero relationship with Thorndike test intelligence. The odd-even reliability was too low (.59) to allow the present form of the test to be very useful as a psychological tool for anything but group work. Two large groups of students agreed quite well ( = .96) as to their votes for the various pair members.