The relation of reflection-impulsivity to field dependence-independence and internal-external control in children.

Abstract

First- and third-grade black children were administered Kagan's Matching Familiar Figures Test, Karp and Konstadt's Children's Embedded Figures Test (CEFT), and Shore, Milgram, and Malasky's Locus of Control Interview (LCI). It was hypothesized that reflective children would be (a) more field-independent and (b) more internal than their impulsive… (More)