Performance Tests of Intelligence.
AbstractArgues that the major function of performance tests is to afford standardized settings for observation of the behavior of an individual in situations other than the type provided by verbal tests. This is not to say that verbal sampling is unimportant--the attention given it in earlier chapters attests the contrary. The Arthur point scale of performance tests is described. The rationale and independent usefulness of some of the tests included in Arthur's batteries are explored. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)