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Thread: Jouve-Cerebrals Test of Induction (JCTI)

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    Default Jouve-Cerebrals Test of Induction (JCTI)

    The JCTI is a computerized nonverbal intelligence test designed with figurative items which don’t require acquired knowledge. The JCTI has been developped so that the number of items (up to 52) is individually adapted according to the test-taker’s performance. Thanks to the nonverbal nature of its items, this test is suitable for testing persons without cultural bias. It yields with a Reasoning Index (RIX), an age-referenced standard score that uses a mean of 100, and 15 points per standard deviation.

    Along with excellent Alpha reliability coefficients over ages (ranged from .92 to .96 in persons aged 7:5 years to 62 years; the value for the entire sample gathering 1,020 persons was .95), the JCTI RIX has also demonstrated high validity. As a result of factor analysis for construct validity, the JCTI showed to be very highly loaded on the general ability factor (.88) that latently linked it to the subscales of the Scholastic Assessment Test-Recentered (SAT-I) and proved to be the most loaded in inductive reasoning (.96).

    Analyses also demonstrated that the correlations with other measures of cognitive ability were within the expectations and higher magnitudes of Pearson’s coefficient were observed with nonverbal tasks. As an example, the JCTI RIX and the Performance IQ of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) were correlated at .74 (N=50). Furthermore, the JCTI RIX was seen to be very closely related to the mathematical scale of the SAT-I at .82 (N=99). Significant correlations were also observed with general (r=.67 with WAIS FSIQ, N=50) and crystallized intelligence measures (r=.57 with the JCCES CEI, N=103). According to these findings the JCTI RIX can be regarded as a valid and reliable measure that could be used in the field of education and psychology.

    [COLOR=Red][B][I][U]Probably the best test on Internet that measures the G factor in Intelligence[COLOR=Black](Xavier Jouve is a PHD in psychometry)



    Do it.

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    I wonder if my performance would have been better if I wasn't greatly exhausted physically. Probably not. It's a decent score, but embarrassingly low in comparison to the gentlemen at Cerebrals Board.



    I am fairly good with pattern recognition.

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    That's a good score.


    About Pattern Recognition:
    Pattern recognition
    Out of all mental abilities this type of intelligence is said to have the highest correlation with the general intelligence factor, g. This is primarily because pattern recognition is the ability to see order in a chaotic environment; the primary condition for life. Patterns can be found in ideas, words, symbols and images and pattern recognition is a key determinant of your potential in logical, verbal, numerical and spatial abilities. It is essential for reasoning because your capacity to think logically is based on your perception of the logic around you. Your pattern recognition skills are expressed verbally through your long term exposure to language and your mathematical and spatial abilities are based on your perception of numerical data and 3D objects
    So we must say that Pattern Recognition is a good measure of G.

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    My score was 125.

    It says not to take it again the same day, so I'll wait a couple of days before I try to break the magic 144. I have a feeling I just might be able to do it.
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    I got 146 :


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    I got 106 (lol) cause I have a very short attention span, I am seriously losing my patience after a while and just click on random patterns.... I'll take it again in a few days, at some point when I can concentrate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldritch View Post
    My score was 125.

    It says not to take it again the same day, so I'll wait a couple of days before I try to break the magic 144. I have a feeling I just might be able to do it.
    The good part about this test is that the score doesn't change much over time since
    is individually adapted according to the test-taker’s performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safinator View Post
    The good part about this test is that the score doesn't change much over time since
    is individually adapted according to the test-taker’s performance.
    I'm still pretty sure I can do better the second time.

    It was only when I got to the third one of those series of squares converging on each other that I understood what the hell they're about, for example.
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    Yes the score can change.
    The first time some months ago i made 128 but yesterday i made 137.
    I think the first time is the most important one.

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    I don't how to figure out those squares divided into triangles patterns.

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