Culture-Fair Cognitive Ability Assessment

@article{Verney2005CultureFairCA,
  title={Culture-Fair Cognitive Ability Assessment},
  author={S. Verney and E. Granholm and S. Marshall and V. Malcarne and D. Saccuzzo},
  journal={Assessment},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={303 - 319}
}
  • S. Verney, E. Granholm, +2 authors D. Saccuzzo
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Assessment
  • Valid assessment with diverse populations requires tools that are not influenced by cultural elements. This study investigated the relationships between culture, information processing efficiency, and general cognitive capacities in samples of Caucasian and Mexican American college students. Consistent with the neural efficiency hypothesis, pupillary responses (indexing mental effort) and detection accuracy scores on a visual backward-masking task were both significantly related to the Wechsler… CONTINUE READING
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