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Factor structure of standard attention tests for children: a distinction between perceptual speed and working memory.
(European Journal of Psychological Assessment., 1993)
From the many tests developed to identify attentional deficits, only a small number is commonly used in practice. The present study aimed at determining the structure of a set of common attention tests, such as a cancellation ...
The Star Counting Test: An attention test for children.
(Personality and Individual Differences, 1990)
The Star Counting Test (SCT), an attention test for children, is presented. The test is suitable for groupwise administration. It was developed within a clear theoretical framework and focuses, in contrast to many current ...
Biases in categorization
(Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 1990)
On what grounds can we conclude that an act of categorization is biased? In this chapter, it is contended that in the absence of objective norms of what categories actually are, biases in categorization can only be specified ...
Working memory, attentional regulation and the Star Counting Test.
(Journal of Personality and Individual Differences, 1993)
The Star Counting Test (SCT) has been developed to measure the regulatory function of attention. In a previous study it was shown that the SCT is suited for assessment of this attentional aspect with children. The present ...
Attention and Intelligence: The Validity of the Star Counting Test.
(Journal of Educational Psychology, 1995)
The mechanisms underlying performance on the Star Counting Test (SCT) and its nomothetic span were investigated along with the relationships between working memory capacity, fluid intelligence (Gf), speed, and school ...
Het meten van aandacht: Principes en methoden.
(Swets & Zeitlinger BV, 1995)