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In this study, the GEFT (Group Embedded Figures Test) created by Oltman et al.
Scores on the Group Embedded Figures Test by undergraduates in information management.
The Group Embedded Figures Test was applied first, to prevent an effect of fatigue produced in the execution of the LASSI, since the latter takes about 40 minutes to complete.
Reliability and validity of the Group Embedded Figures Test across the life span.
Thus, our results show that due to nutritional priority men do significantly better than the women on Group Embedded Figures Test. The findings are consistent with the assumption that protein-intake due to its availability in the
Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) was used as a measure of psychological differentiation.
They were administered Witkin's Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) and grouped into three levels by their GEFT scores--field dependent, indeterminate, and field independent.
Students completed both forms of the FEFT (each form contained 35 items) or one form of the FEFT and the Group Embedded Figures Test, with different orders of test administration.
The FEFT has a multiple-choice format that may facilitate administration and scoring in comparison with use of supply-format tests such as the Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT).
Instruments reviewed include: (1) Kolb's Learning Style Inventory I; (2) Kolb's Learning Style Inventory II; (3) the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; (4) the Productivity Environmental Preferences Survey; (5) the Self-Directed Learning Readiness Scale; (6) the Personal Style Indicator; and (7) the Group Embedded Figures Test. For each review, the reliability, validity, interpretation, and utility of the test are discussed.
Most previous research has utilized the Group Embedded Figures Test, a supply-format test requiring judgments to be made in assigning scores.