John M. Andrew

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A ir Force 2025 was a study directed by the Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force to identify key system concepts and technologies for achieving air and space dominance in the year 2025. The study was a large effort in which over 200 military experts participated for more than one year. We developed a Value-Focused Thinking model, which we used to(More)
  • J M Andrew
  • 1981
The present study was designed to test the general "imbalance" hypothesis in regard to the Tapping Test, a motor measure of finger-oscillation speed from the Halstead-Reitan neuropsychological battery. The study was prompted by a recent spate of reports linking cerebral lateralization to a variety of conditions. It was hypothesized that it would be possible(More)
  • J M Andrew
  • 1981
To test whether laterality of parietal lobe cerebral functioning might relate to a history of violent behavior, a sample of 33 male and female, right-handed juvenile offenders, divided into less and more violent, each performed the Weighs Test. A lateralization index (left-hand score divided by right-hand score) formed the dependent variable. Differences(More)
  • J M Andrew
  • 1981
This study forms part of a continuing series investigating the correlates of violent crime. The Weight Test, a measure of proprioceptive cognition, was administered to 41 community-retained Caucasian juvenile and adult male legal offenders whose offenses were rated for violence by the Violence Scale. As hypothesized, the Weight Test results were related to(More)
Previous work has shown that left-handers are overrepresented among juvenile offenders. The present study was designed to test whether left-handers are also overrepresented among violent juvenile offenders. However, opposite to expectation, the results showed that left-handed offenders scored lower than right-handed offenders on the Violence Scale, a(More)
This study provided Tapping Test norms for young legal offenders by measuring 54 Anglo male probationers (35 juveniles, 19 adults) in Study I, and 127 probationers aged 12-17 within eight sex/age/ethnicity subgroups in Study II. The Tapping Test, a measure of fine-motor speed, forms part of the Halstead-Reitan battery for neuropsychodiagnosis. Study I(More)
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