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*  Verbal fluency test
Word Associations Network - Creates set of associations for user suggested words. ... Verbal fluency tests are a kind of psychological test in which participants have to produce as many words as possible from a ... Controlled oral word association test) is the most employed phonetic variant. Although the most common performance measure is ... Chicago word fluency test Lezak, Muriel Deutsch (1995). Neuropsychological assessment. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Oxford University ...
*  Need for cognition
Recognition is tested by having them pick out learned words from a set of studied and non-studied items. Certain non-studied ... associations with internal locus of control, need for cognition and creativity" (PDF). Personality and Individual Differences. ... Psychological research on the need for cognition has been conducted using self-report tests, where research participants ... In a commonly used research paradigm, participants are asked to memorise a list of related words. ...
*  Controlled Oral Word Association Test
The test was first called the "Verbal Associative Fluency Test", and then was changed to the "Controlled Word Association Test ... Controlled Oral Word Association Test, abbreviated COWA or COWAT, is a verbal fluency test that measures spontaneous production ... of words belonging to the same category or beginning with some designated letter. The test can be administered to pediatric and ... The examiner must quickly write down the words provided by the participant on a piece of paper. The whole examination usually ...
*  Projective test
... www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/word-association%20test Spiteri, S. P. (n.d.). "Word association testing and thesaurus ... This discovery was related to his research into word association, a technique whereby words presented to patients elicit other ... Word association testing is a technique developed by Carl Jung to explore complexes in the personal unconscious. Jung came to ... Structure Test Blacky Pictures Test Bruno Klopfer Ernest Dichter Holtzman Inkblot Test Kinetic family drawing The Duess Test ...
*  Complex (psychology)
Jung developed the theory out of his work on Word Association Test. In the word association tests, a researcher reads a list of ... Jung found evidence for complexes very early in his career in the word association tests conducted at the Burghölzli, the ... a German psychiatrist who experimented with reaction time in word association test responses. Jung described a "complex" as a ' ... the first thing that came to mind in response to each word, and the subject's reaction time was measured in fifths of a second ...
*  Rotter Incomplete Sentence Blank
... the incomplete sentence method is related most closely to the word association test. In some test incomplete sentences tests ... In the sentence completion tests, tendencies to block and to twist the meaning of the stimulus words appear and the responses ... the responses are usually only 1-2 words long such as "I regret ..." "Mostly girls...". the test can be administered both ... Most incomplete sentences tests can be given to a group of any size without apparent loss of validity. No special training is ...
*  No Refuge Could Save
While questioning a suspected German spy, he performed a word association test on him. When Griswold said "terror of flight," ...
*  Franz Riklin
... on word association tests. In 1905, the treatise Experimentelle Untersuchungen über die Assoziationen Gesunder was published as ... In 1910, Riklin became the first secretary of the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA). Riklin is remembered for his ...
*  Deviance regulation theory
Furthermore, priming of promotion-focus lead subjects led to more novel answers on a word association test. However, it is ...
*  Whately Carington
... to what psychologists call the word-association test. This consists in the examiner saying one word, and the subject answering ... and to investigate this further applied Word Association Tests to various mediums, including Mrs Leonard. The results were not ... he used reaction times and variations in the psychogalvanic reflex during word-association tests." Spiritist Mediums May Be ... Gladys Osborne Leonard and Rudi Schneider with psychogalvanic reflex and word association tests. Carington concluded from the ...
*  Sabina Spielrein
Between October and January, Jung carried out word association tests on her, and also used some rudimentary psychoanalytic ... and by October was able to apply for medical school and to start assisting Jung with word association tests in his laboratory. ... In 1920 she attended the sixth congress of the International Psychoanalytical Association in The Hague, where she gave a talk ... Entitled "The origins of the words 'Papa' and 'Mama'", she described how language develops on a substrate of genetic readiness ...
*  Hermann Nunberg
While a student in Zurich, Nunberg assisted Carl Gustav Jung at the Burghölzli Psychiatric Clinic with word association tests. ...
*  The Hound of Death
Rose tries a word association test in which Marie Angelique makes references to signs - and the sixth sign is destruction. ... and on a previous occasion he produced a crystal and showed it to her to test her reaction. She gasped, "Then the faith still ...
*  The Golden Ball and Other Stories
Rose tries a word association test in which Marie Angelique makes references to signs - and the sixth sign is destruction. ... All so far have failed the test. The couple in the house were engaged by her for the purpose, the man being Rube Wallace, a ... Mary confesses that the house is hers and the situation they found themselves in was staged by her as a test of any prospective ... As George has been proposed to and passed the test, he suggests getting a special licence for the wedding. Mary however wants ...
*  Grace Helen Kent
She is known for creating the Kent-Rosanoff Free Association Test, an influential word association test that is still used. ... She is known mainly for collaborating to create the Kent-Rosanoff Free Association Test. "Grace Kent". .webster.edu. 1973-09-18 ...
*  Eugen Bleuler
Influenced by Bleuler, Carl Jung and Franz Riklin used word association tests to integrate Freud's theory of repression with ... He found Freud's movement to be over-dogmatic and resigned from the International Psychoanalytic Association in 1911, writing ... deficits in associations, affectivity and ambivalence, were), and that the biological disease was much more prevalent in the ...
*  Eileen J. Garrett
In 1934 Garrett voluntarily submitted herself to an analysis by the psychologist William Brown and by word-association tests by ... Tests often took place with minimal or no screening between the subject and the person administering the test. Subjects could ... Garrett took part in "clairvoyance" tests. One of the tests was organized by Joseph Rhine at Duke University in 1933 which ... The tests had proven that her controls were secondary personalities from her subconscious, organised around repressed material ...
*  Sentence completion tests
Simultaneously, Carl Jung's word association test may also have been a precursor to modern sentence completion tests. Moreover ... A long sentence completion test is the Forer Sentence Completion Test, which has 100 stems. The tests are usually administered ... The structures of sentence completion tests vary according to the length and relative generality and wording of the sentence ... Structured tests have longer stems that lead respondents to more specific types of responses; less structured tests provide ...
*  Thurstone Word Fluency Test
A related test, the COWAT (Controlled oral word association test), is part of the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery. ... The Thurstone Word Fluency Test, also known as the Chicago Word Fluency Test (CWFT), was developed by Louis Thurstone in 1938. ... This test became the first word fluency psychometrically measured test available to patients with brain damage. The test is a ... The test asks the subject to write as many words as possible beginning with the letter 'S' within a 5-minute limit, then as ...
*  Franco Basaglia
Word association test and Wechsler-Bellevue scale in a group of subjects with hysterical symptoms]. Rassegna di Studi ... Use of Rapaport word association test in clinical psychiatry]. Giornale di Psichiatrie e di Neuropatologia (in Italian). 81 (4 ... Image reaction of the obsessive psychoneurotic to the word association test]. Rassegna di Studi Psichiatrici (in Italian). 45 ( ... Basaglia F.; Pessina G. (1956). "Il Test di associazione verbale e il Test Wechsler Bellevue in un gruppo di soggetti a ...
*  Gladys Osborne Leonard
In 1934, Whately Carington tested Leonard and her control by word-association tests also came to the conclusion Feda was a ... and to investigate this further applied Word Association Tests to various mediums, including Mrs Leonard. The results were not ... formidable support from the results of his application of the psychological technique known as the word association test, which ... In other words Feda and Mrs Leonard were not independent individuals; they were complementary characters. The result is in ...
*  Services Selection Board
Also administered on the second day is a Word Association Test. The candidates are shown sixty simple, everyday words in ... For each word, the candidates write the first thought that come to mind in response to the word. Other tests administered on ... The machine test includes the Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and the Control Velocity Test (CVT) which examine a ... The PABT includes the Instrument Battery Test, a Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and a Control Velocity Test (CVT). More ...
*  Diane Schoemperlen
... each one based on one of the one hundred words in the Standard Word Association Test, which was used to measure sanity. There ... At a Loss for Words, 2008 (ISBN 978-0-00-200881-5) This Is Not My Life: A Memoir of Love, Prison, and Other Complications, 2016 ...
*  Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Indeed, Jung was a proponent of the "word association" test as a measure of the unconscious dispositions influencing behavior. ... Myers & Briggs Foundation Why the Myers-Briggs test is totally meaningless Why the Myers-Briggs test is totally meaningless on ... Be Better with SkillsOne® International Test Commission (2010). International Test Commission Guidelines for Translating and ... only equalled by the failure to use factor analysis in order to test the arrangement of items in the scale." The test-retest ...
*  List of MeSH codes (F04)
... thematic apperception test MeSH F04.711.647.745 --- semantic differential MeSH F04.711.647.905 --- word association tests MeSH ... ink blot tests MeSH F04.711.647.622.341.387 --- holtzman inkblot test MeSH F04.711.647.622.341.736 --- rorschach test MeSH ... trail making test MeSH F04.711.647 --- personality tests MeSH F04.711.647.138 --- bender-gestalt test MeSH F04.711.647.513 --- ... aptitude tests MeSH F04.711.141.493 --- intelligence tests MeSH F04.711.141.493.225 --- stanford-binet test MeSH F04.711. ...
*  2008 UEFA Champions League Final
"Ferguson relishing Barcelona test". BBC Sport (British Broadcasting Corporation). 10 April 2008. Retrieved 6 January 2015. "FC ... The pool was split in proportion to each national association's strength in the television market, with the Premier League ... "jabbing out an angry finger and spitting out a few choice words". Lampard's equaliser at the end of the first half led to a ... "Manchester United FC - AS Roma - Match Press Kit" (PDF). UEFA.com (Union of European Football Associations). 9 April 2008. p. 2 ...
*  Executive functions
Controlled Oral Word Association Test (COWAT) d2 Test of Attention Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS) Digit ... Tower of London Test Trail-Making Test (TMT) or Trails A & B Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) Symbol Digit Modalities Test ... Vigilance Test Figural Fluency Test Halstead Category Test Hayling and Brixton tests Iowa gambling task Kaplan Baycrest ... Both neuropsychological tests (e.g., the Stroop test) and rating scales (e.g., the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive ...