Psychological Test, Kent E-G-Y


Grace Helen Kent (175-1973) worked as psychologist at the Danvers State Hospital in Massachusetts from 1928 until her retirement in 1946. During her time there, she developed a short form of intelligence test known as the Kent E-G-Y test. It was designed to be given orally in emergency situations. This is a 1932 version of the test with twenty-five questions. It appears to be a printed version of 1989.0710.13,

Materials relating to the Kent E-G-Y Test comprise 1979.0710.12, 1979.0710.13, and 1979.0710.14. Other tests relating to Kent have numbers MA.316372.01, MA.316372.02, MA.316372.07, MA.316372.19, and MA.316372.20.


G. H. Kent, “Oral Test for Emergency Use in Clinics,” Mental Measurements Monographs, 1932, #9, pp. 1-50.

Date Made: 1932

Maker: Kent, Grace HelenPsychological Corporation

Location: Currently not on view

Subject: MathematicsPsychological Tests


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Credit Line: Gift of David Gold

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 1989.0710.12Accession Number: 1989.0710Catalog Number: 1989.0710.12

Object Name: Psychological Test

Physical Description: paper (overall material)Measurements: overall: 21.5 cm x 28 cm; 8 15/32 in x 11 1/32 in


Record Id: nmah_692505

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