Psychological Monographs Volume 13

Psychological Monographs Volume 13

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...the second of the two series totals II.5 the correlational coefficient will be 0.30. If the order of this second series were reversed the sum of the gains will be 19.55 and its R is.18. The table of significant correlations contains all those positive correlations which are above twice the probable error. In the groups discussed below only those correlations which are above three times this probable error are considered; for, as Spearman points out, a low correlation is not trustworthy. It is important, however, if it occurs frequently. For that reason the smaller figures appear in the positive correlation table. In arranging the correlation results, below, each experiment is given and its correlations with the others. The correlational coefficient is given in parentheses and the experiment is briefly described with an abbreviated reference to the chapter and table where it is described in detail. S pan Totals for all experiments in Span (Span IV): Correlate (0. 54) with Visual Imagination (Ideat. Types XI). Correlate (0. 57) with Ability in Attending color-class (V is. Per. XVI). Correlate (0.42) with Adherence to color-class (Vis. Per. XIX). Span of Attention for Colored Objects (Span I): Correlate (0.63) with Instinctive Selection of color-class (Vis. Per. XIV). Correlate (0.54) with Ability in Attending color-class (Vis. Per. XVI). Correlate (0.45) with Retention in Fringe of Attention of former objects seen (Mem. Factors). Correlate (0.45) with Visual Imagination (Ideat. Types XI). Span of attention for Colored Letters And Numbers (Span III): Correlate (0.66) with Ability in Attending color-class (Vis. Per. XVI). Correlates (0.45) with Visual Imagination (Ideat. Types XI). Correlations between the several Experiments upon Span. Span...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236822093