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A dynamic mask for inspection time

Knibb, Ken (1992). A dynamic mask for inspection time. Personality and Individual Differences,13(2):237-248.

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Title A dynamic mask for inspection time
Author Knibb, Ken
Journal Name Personality and Individual Differences
Publication Date 1992
Volume Number 13
Issue Number 2
ISSN 0191-8869   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Scopus ID 2-s2.0-38249015215
Start Page 237
End Page 248
Total Pages 12
Place of Publication United Kingdom
Publisher Pergamon Press
Field of Research 330000 Education
Abstract Interest in the relationship between simple physiological measures and intelligence is re-emerging. The inspection time procedure is one of the most widely researched of these simple measures. A major limitation to progress in this area has been the ability of some subjects to use post-making cues to interpret the target stimulus. A dynamic masking paradigm is proposed to overcome the inadequacies of the traditional mask. Inspection times estimated using this dynamic paradigm rather than the traditional procedure correlated more highly with conventional measures of intelligence (-0.82 vs -0.74 and -0.73 vs -0.32) for small samples of special school and university students, respectively, although the differences in the strengths associations were not significant.
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