Accession Number : ADA115068

Title :   Performance Tests for Repeated Measures: Moran and Computer Batteries.

Descriptive Note : Research rept.,

Corporate Author : NAVAL BIODYNAMICS LAB NEW ORLEANS LA

Personal Author(s) : Bittner,Alvah C , Jr ; Carter,Robert C ; Krause,Michele

PDF Url : ADA115068

Report Date : Nov 1981

Pagination or Media Count : 24

Abstract : This investigation was directed at statistical baseline evaluation of nine tasks for suitability for repeated measures applications to environmental investigations. In the first study, tasks from Moran and Mefferd (1959) were administered to 18 subjects daily for 13 work days (Monday to Friday). In the second study, Carter and Sbisa (1981) computer battery tasks were administered daily to 17 subjects (12 in common with first study) for 15 work days. Examination of the means, variances, interday reliabilities and cross-task correlations led to the recommendation of four tasks for repeated measures applications Vertical Addition (Nv), Perceptual Speed (PS), Grammatical Reasoning (GR), and Flexibility of Closure (FC). (Author)

Descriptors :   *Performance tests, *Performance(Human), *Computer applications, Test methods, Skills, Perception, Pattern recognition, Comparison, Visual perception, Reaction time, Addition, Reasoning, Grammars, Statistical analysis, Cross correlation, Environmental engineering, Operations research

Subject Categories : Psychology
      Operations Research

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE