Mechanical, Spatial & Abstract Reasoning (Paperback)

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'Mechanical, Spatial & Abstract Reasoning' provides an overview of key principles relating to mechanical, spatial and abstract thought.

The aim is to facilitate the following learning outcomes.

+ Identify individual elements within a group of elements;

+ Identify a rule connecting a set of figures;

+ Complete a number of test questions by applying a rule connecting a set of figures;

+ Apply techniques aimed at increasing the speed at which logical rules are generated (the faster a person generates solutions, the higher the probability of a correct answer-in a given period of time);

+ Increase the number of elements a person can keep track of in responding to an item (span capacity). Someone with a larger span capacity than someone else can take into account more figures without making errors and hence has a larger probability of a correct answer.

Mechanical, Spatial and Abstract Reasoning ability is a key element in identifying aspects of person's general intelligence. That is why the vast majority of psychometric tests will have a component that relates to abstract and spatial reasoning.
This ebook will provide a measure of eductive ability or fluid intelligence which is relatively independent of specific learning acquired in a particular cultural or educational context.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781925209365
ISBN-10: 1925209369
Publisher: Vivid Publishing
Publication Date: July 6th, 2015
Pages: 106
Language: English

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