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"A predictive battery of four tests ACE, Ohio State PE, Purdue Mathematics Training Test and Iowa Chemistry Test has been studied in relation to success in the School of Pharmacy of the George Washington University. The sample included . . . 74 cases. The following conclusions may be drawn: (1)...
In three experiments ( = 5, 5, and 6) CRT bias and ambient illumination were varied jointly, and pip visibility thresholds were determined. It was concluded that " . . . there is an optimal CRT bias (or range of biases) at which radar targets are most visible; and ambient illumination can be as...
Laboratory experiments showing that the visibility of targets on a radar display is affected by bias of the CRT, and not impaired under ambient illumination up to a level of 0.1 ft.-candle, were tested under operational conditions. The results of the trials confirmed the laboratory studies.
The scores of 68 extension students in business administration on the ACE Psychological Examination and the Coop Reading Comprehension Examination were compared with scores of 119 business administration freshmen. Slight, statistically significant differences in favor of the extension students...
A machine procedure for obtaining chi-square for single contingency tables, using the IBM 602A, is described.
For two industrial groups (N = 534, 269), the relationships among age, length of service, total earnings, satisfaction with earnings, and earnings aspirations and expectations were studied. For the groups of Indian workers studied, it was found that job satisfaction was highly related to income...
Reports an error in the pagination reported for the article "Cloze Readability Scores as Indices of Individual Differences in Comprehension and Aptitude," by W. L. Taylor ( , 1956, 40). In the volume table of contents for 1956 article is incorrectly listed as appearing on page 378 of the 1956...
To determine how well the relative preference ratings of foods by groups of soldiers correspond with ratings by groups of civilians under similar test situations, the ratings for twelve test foods made by four 50-man groups of soldiers were compared with the ratings made by two 40-man groups of...
" . . . two newly developed methods of typographic arrangement, square span and spaced unit, may possess certain advantages over the usual arrangement. While square span slowed the reader on first encounter, this effect tended to diminish with practice; spaced unit had little effect upon reading...
"The results indicate that the negligent operators do not constitute a homogeneous group with respect to either the personal variables or the attitudes expressed toward the law, the police, or themselves . . . they therefore, fail to support the common belief that drivers who have unfavorable...
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