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      Mental rotations, a group test of three-dimensional spatial visualization.

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      Perceptual and motor skills
      Ammons Scientific

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          A new paper-and-pencil test of spatial visualization was constructed from the figures used in the chronometric study of Shepard and Metzler (1971). In large samples, the new test displayed substantial internal consistency (Kuder-Richardson 20 = .88), a test-retest reliability (.83), and consistent sex differences over the entire range of ages investigated. Correlations with other measures indicated strong association with tests of spatial visualization and virtually no association with tests of verbal ability.

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          Journal
          Percept Mot Skills
          Perceptual and motor skills
          Ammons Scientific
          0031-5125
          0031-5125
          Oct 1978
          : 47
          : 2
          Article
          10.2466/pms.1978.47.2.599
          724398
          a43cce11-b0b9-4753-b612-afb4a9aac479
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