42These reports were requested by Yerkes after his discussion with the Training Committee. ... men . . . who attempted one- fourth, one-half, three-fourths, or all of the items of each test, and [the] per cent who succeeded. ... .45; (6) synonym- antonym, .50; (7) practical judgment, .39; (8) number series completion, .33; (9) analogies, .43; and (10) number comparison, .39. ... school children, Terman found the correlation to be .83 between total score on examination a and school grade.
|Title||:||The Heritage of Industrial Psychology: Walter Dill Scott, first industrial psychologist|
|Author||:||Leonard W. Ferguson|