GATB

AcronymDefinition
GATBGeneral Aptitude Test Battery
GATBGuidance, Apportionment, and Targeting Board (US DoD)
GATBGillian Anderson Testosterone Brigade
GATBGlobal Alliance for Tuberculosis Drug Development
GATBGraphical Articulated Total Body (3-D computer model)
GATBGeneral Avionics Test-Bed
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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.gov and its innovative Recovery Operations Center.
The analysis of allelic profiles in the ST3 complex reveals that some alleles of ftsZ, coxA and hcpA genes belong to the B supergroup, despite being characterized in F supergroup individuals by 16SrDNA, fbpA, gatB and wsp genes.
For example, in Hunter and Hunter's (Hunter, 1986; Hunter & Hunter, 1984) examination of the validity of the GATB in the US Department of Employment, corrected validities were estimated across broad categories of jobs defined by their level of complexity.
The GATB 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.
The Gates Foundation has given $25 million (over five years) to both GATB and MMV.
Flying at typical operational ranges and altitudes, JSF GATB used the data to cue its electro-optical targeting system (EOTS) to passively locate and track moving targets for pilot identification and weapons delivery at standoff ranges.
Some of the instructional materials used included the following: (1) the WICAT computer systems; (2) SCANS; (3) the GATB (General Aptitude Test Battery; (4) ATICO (Vocational Interest, Temperament, and Aptitude System Work Sample); (5) the Strong Campbell Interest Inventory; (6) the Duder Preference, Picture Interest Exploration Survey; (7) the Piers-Harris and Coopersithe self-esteem survey; (8) Ten-Steps GED Program; (9) PLATO; and (10) Distar.
Hence, the General Aptitude Test Battery (GATB) and many subsequent iterations were developed to direct new members of the military to occupational assignments and training somewhat in line with their measured capabilities.
Test validation for 12,000 jobs: An application of synthetic validity and validity generalization to the General Aptitude Test Battery (GATB).
Reconstructing car crashes and taking preventative measures to stop them from happening have become more feasible thanks to the GATB program from Collision Engineering Associates, Inc.
Concurrent and predictive validity were determined by correlating the WPP with the General Aptitude Test Battery (GATB) service outcomes.