The President also directed the GATB
to work in close concert with the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, which established a new benchmark for how we should collect, display, and oversee federal spending data under the Recovery Act through Recovery.
yielded aptitude data on each participant's general learning ability, verbal ability, numerical ability, spatial ability, form perception, clerical perception, finger coordination, manual dexterity, and motor coordination.
is an HVE (human-vehicle-environment) compatible computer program.
Similarly, a review by industrial psychologists John Hunter and Frank Schmidt of many studies of the GATB
showed that the test effectively predicts job performance, as measured by independent criteria such as supervisor ratings or on-the-job evaluations.
affiliate obtained a technical assistance contract with the Indonesian state oil company for the purposes of delineating and commercially exploiting the entire field and restoring it to production.
it was not possible to determine the quality of the studies used in the GATB
database, and, given its large size relative to the remaining studies in the database for this study, any systematic problems with the data would unduly impact the results of the meta-analysis;
Jensen (1998) has applied the method of correlated vectors for comparing the loadings in some batteries of mental abilities (WISC-R, WAIS, GATB
, ASVAB, and t British Ability Scales, BAS) and the standardized sex difference (d) for the scales included in those batteries.
First, cognitive ability was computed as the raw score composite of the General, Verbal, and Numerical (G, V, N) aptitude scales of the GATB
In the following trial both parties agreed that the GATB
could not accurately reflect Stutts' potential for completing the apprenticeship program.
The TAC grants GATB
rights to develop, exploit and produce oil and gas from the Bangkudulis oil and gas field.
To note one exception to the rule: the Hunter (1983) meta-analysis was not published directly, but was reported as the GATB
meta-analysis in Hunter and Hunter (1984).
Almost as good measures of g are obtained from the overall scores on aptitude tests like the GATB
, the ASVAB and the SAT because these are "nearly as highly g loaded as IQ tests" (p.