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Question by  melissa15678 (20)

What are some examples of cognitive ability tests?


Answer by  benjiross (993)

Cognitive ability tests (CATS) have verbal (words), quantitative( numbers) and non-verbal (shapes and figures) reasoning and was developed initially by Prof. Lohman and Hagen


Answer by  SandyGfox (120)

General aptitute tests and IQ tests, the SAT and ACT academic ability tests, CogAT, OLSAT, WISC, CAT, and NNAT are also examples.


Answer by  G12345 (1808)

The Weschler Adult Intelligence Test and the Kaufman Adolescent and Adult Intelligence Test are two examples of tests of cognitive function which are administered by psychologists.


Answer by  JenniferJ (326)

Cognitive ability tests include intelligence tests such as: Miller Analogies Test, Otis-Lennon School Ability Test, Raven's Progressive Matrices, Stanford-Binet IQ test, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Wonderlic Test, the Kohs block test, and the Mental age test. There are also cognitive ability tests that measure memory and cognitive development.


Answer by  CEEFORINA (784)

Tests measuring reasoning skills using words, numbers and shapes or figures to assess verbal, quantitative and non-verbal reasoning. Verbal uses Word Classification,Sentence Completion and Verbal Analogy, Quantitative uses Numerical Relationships, Number Series and Equation Building. Non-Verbal uses Figure Classification, Figure Analysis and Figure Analogies. The latter tests are particularly useful at assessing those who do not speak much English.


Answer by  Anonymous

verbal ability, numerical, spatial and abstract ability

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