Matteo Ciancaleoni

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This article is aimed at evaluating the possibility that Set I of the Advanced Progressive Matrices (APM-Set I) can be employed to assess fluid ability in a short time frame. The APM-Set I was administered to a sample of 1,389 primary and secondary school students. Confirmatory factor analysis attested to the unidimensionality of the scale. Item response(More)
The present paper aimed to explore the possibility of using the Advanced Progressive Matrices ‒ Set I (APM-Set I) as a short form of Standard Progressive Matrices for sound assessment of general mental ability in a short time frame. Confirmatory factor analysis for dichotomous data attested the unidimensionality of APM-Set I, and then the Rasch model was(More)
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