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    Intelligence Structure Battery - Short Form R
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    Measures the level and structure of the intelligence in accordance with the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) model, on the basis of three ability factors (fluid intelligence, crystallized intelligence, quantitative thinking).
    The test provides a quick, global overview of the intelligence level. It is also an economic means of obtaining clarification on specific queries. It is used in Staff & Management Assessments in various occupational fields, in Manufacturing & Safety Assessments and in educational and career counseling for adolescents.

    Test forms+

    S1: Adaptive Form
    S2: Linear short form

    Task+

    Answers are entered using a multiple-choice format. In the individual subtests the items are sometimes presented adaptively in the form of a power test and sometimes in linear form with a time limit. The three ability factors are assessed by means of the following subtests:

    Logical reasoning:

    • Figural inductive reasoning: The ninth field of a 3x3 matrix of symbols must be filled with one of eight possible symbols in accordance with the underlying rules.

    Verbal ability:

    • Word meaning: A synonym for a given word must be selected. The test uses a multiple-choice format.

    Numerical ability:

    • Arithmetical flexibility: A given equation must be solved by inserting the correct arithmetical operations.
    Dimensions+

    Cognitive abilities

    Languages+

    Dutch

    French

    English (GB)

    German

    Russian

    Czech

    Duration+

    Between 7 and 24 minutes per subtest.
    Duration of S1: 55 minutes
    Duration of S2: 37 minutes

    Age+

    Norms for ages 16+.

    Test administration+

    Controlled Mode

    Proctored Mode

    Open Mode


    Scoring+

    The following main variables are scored, depending on the test form:

    • Logical reasoning: measure of ability to recognize relations between stimuli, to understand implications and draw logical conclusions.
    • Verbal skills: Extent of vocabulary and the ability to retrieve knowledge from memory for problem solving.
    • Quantitative thinking: The ability to understand and apply mathematical skills and concepts for problem-solving purposes.
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    LanguagesCzech
    LanguagesDutch
    LanguagesEnglish (GB)
    LanguagesFrench
    LanguagesGerman
    LanguagesRussian
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    DimensionsCognitive abilities
    Test typeIntelligence Test Batteries