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Individual differences in components of reaction time distributions and their relations to working memory and intelligence.
The authors bring together approaches from cognitive and individual differences psychology to model characteristics of reaction time distributions beyond measures of central tendency. Ex-GaussianExpand
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Working memory capacity - facets of a cognitive ability construct
Abstract Working memory capacity is differentiated theoretically along two dimensions: contents and functions. The resulting 3×3 matrix was operationalized by 23 tasks sampled from the literature.Expand
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Simulation Study on Fit Indexes in CFA Based on Data With Slightly Distorted Simple Structure
Fit indexes were compared with respect to a specific type of model misspecification. Simple structure was violated with some secondary loadings that were present in the true models that were notExpand
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[Satisfaction with inpatient management. Development of a questionnaire and initial validity studies].
In Germany methodologically reliable procedures to assess patients satisfaction with inpatient health care are almost totally missing. With reference to the well known American CSQ-QuestionnaireExpand
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Which Working Memory Functions Predict Intelligence
Investigates the relationship between three factors of working memory (storage and processing, relational integration, and supervision) and four factors of intelligence (reasoning, speed, memory, andExpand
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Patientenzufriedenheit in der stationären Rehabilitation: Psychometrische Reanalyse des ZUF-8 auf der Basis multizentrischer Stichproben verschiedener Indikation
ZusammenfassungZiel der Arbeit: Der ZUF-8 hat in den letzten Jahren eine zunehmende Aner-kennung als Screening-Instrument zur Erfassung der Patientenzufriedenheiterfahren. Wesentliches Ziel derExpand
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National Intelligence and National Prosperity.
Abstract What is the relation between the cognitive competence of a national population that nation's economic prosperity? Lynn and Vanhanen [Lynn, R. & Vanhanen, T. (2002). IQ and the wealth ofExpand
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Multivariate Reliability Theory
Reliability is one of the most basic concepts of science and a prerequisite for scientific work. It is also the psychometrician’s favorite concept. Without reliable measurements, not even scientificExpand
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