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The Porteus maze test and intelligence
S. D. Porteus
Bibliography: p. 190-194.
|Other titles||Maze test and intelligence.|
|LC Classifications||BF433.M3 P618|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 194 p.|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||50004369|
T.C.N. Gibbens (). The Porteus Maze Test and delinquency. British Journal of Educational Psychology, : Cognitive tests: Neuropsychological test, Stroop effect, Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Mirror test, Montreal Cognitive Assessment () by Source: Wikipedia and a great selection of similar New, Used and Format: Paperback.
From a total sample of seventh grade students who had been given nine maze tests, two subgroups of the 30 highest-scoring and the 30 lowest-scoring subjects (the HSM and LSM groups) were formed. Within each of these two group 15 members were randomly assigned to an experimental condition involving exposure to a list of 10 5-letter anagrams with a simple Cited by: 3. Concluding that the Goddard-Binet test of intelligence was a poor predictor of adaptive behaviour, he devised a test, subsequently known as the Porteus maze test, a series of 'pencil-tracing' mazes of increasing complexity, intended to assess 'forethought' and 'planfulness'.
For Porteus's views at this time, see his "Mental Tests for the Feebleminded: A New Series," Journal of Psycho-Asthenics, 19 (), , where he discusses the alleged failure of the Binet test (as compared with his own maze test) to measure the multiple social and moral dimensions of intelligence "which count so much in the individual's. Porteus Maze Test qualitative performance in pure sociopaths, prison normals and antisocial psychotics. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 28(3) Keywords. Antisocial behavior Antisocial personality disorder Behavior control Control Criminals Intelligence Intelligence estimates Maze test MMPI Performance Porteus Maze Test Prison.
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Porteus Maze test Last updated The Porteus Maze test (PMT) is a psychological test. It is designed to measure psychological planning capacity and foresight.
It is a nonverbal test of intelligence. It was developed by University of Hawaii psychology Professor Stanley Porteus. . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Porteus, S.D.
(Stanley David), b. Guide to Porteus Maze test. Vineland, N.J., training school, Dept. of research, Examples are, Seguin Form Board Test Goddard Form Board Test Tracing a Maze Test material consists of a series of mazes of increasing difficulty, each printed on a separate sheet.
The subject is required to trace with pencil, the path from entrance to exit. Example: Porteus Maze test Having the task of selecting feeble-minded children for his small school, Porteus experimented with notions of head size and the emerging pencil and paper tests of intelligence that emerged in the early years of the twentieth century.
He soon devised a new intelligence test of his own, the Porteus Maze Test, a non-verbal intelligence test.
The Born: ApBox Hill, Victoria. Porteus Maze Test: (port′ē-ŭs) [Stanley D. Porteus, Australian-born U.S. psychologist, –] A nonverbal intelligence test that measures pathfinding and visuospatial abilities. It is infrequently used as an intelligence test partly because of the developer's views of the mental superiority of Caucasians over other races.
The history of the Porteus Maze Test begins in the period between and when it was firsc proposed as a measure to extend the score obtain- able wich the early Binet test of intelligence (Porteus, ).
Porteus uses the analogy of a worked-out mine to point out thac, as a measure of intellect, the. The Porteus Maze test provides a measure of executive functioning.
More specifically, this test measures planning and foresight (performance intelligence) for ages 3 years and over, and requires participants to trace a series of increasingly. one of the original paper-and-pencil intellect tests, formed in and modeled to evaluate capacity to plan ahead and employ logic and reasoning to the resolving of a its multiple different forms, the Porteus Maze Test contains a complex group of straight pathways which turn suddenly at ninety-degree angles and run into several blind alleys.
Porteus, Stanley D. The Porteus Maze Test and Intelligence. Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, [There's also a printing in ] Porteus, S.D. "35 Years' Experience with the Porteus Maze Test." Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 45 (): He soon devised a new intelligence test of his own, the Porteus Maze Test, a non-verbal intelligence test, which is still in use today.
In Porteus was invited to join the Vineland Training School in New Jersey, USA, moving there to become Director of Research. Porteus Maze Test: Fifty Years Application 1St Edition by Stanley D. Porteus (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: Intelligence testing 1. Intelligence testing Aachal P. Taywade 2. Definition of intelligence • Stern (): “Intelligence is the general mental capacity of an individual to adjust his thinking to new requirements. It is general mental adaptability to.
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The responsibility of governing races supposedly inferior to his own is considered to be the white man's burden, and the duty has been wholeheartedly assumed all over Africa, India, the Malay Archipelago. He soon devised a new intelligence test of his own, the Porteus Maze Test, a non-verbal intelligence test, which is still in use today.
In Porteus was invited to join the Vineland Training School in New Jersey, USA, moving there to become Director of Research. This invitation came at a good time, as his full-time employment as a head.