Development of the spatial ability self-report scale (SASRS): reliability and validity studies

@article{Turut2015DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the spatial ability self-report scale (SASRS): reliability and validity studies},
  author={Melih Turğut},
  journal={Quality & Quantity},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={1997-2014}
}
In this study, a self-report measure of spatial ability, the Spatial Ability Self-Report Scale (SASRS), was developed to evaluate undergraduates’ spatial abilities. A total of 362 undergraduates from a government university in central Turkey participated. Exploratory factor analysis with promax oblique rotation revealed three factors: Object Manipulation Spatial Ability (OMSA), Spatial Navigational Ability (SNA), and Visual Memory (VM). Confirmatory factor analysis confirmed that these factors… CONTINUE READING

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