Psychological Tests, Clerical-Intellligence Series

Psychological Tests, Clerical-Intellligence Series

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The documents in this folder appear to be related to the Dennison Manufacturing Company Clerical-Intelligence Series.
1- Test 75—Arithmetical Reasoning: This test contains twenty questions.
2- Test 53—Simple Arithmetic: This test appears to contain 80 simple questions.
3- Test 54—Alphabetical Filing: This document lists many names beginning with the letter b.
4- Test 4—Sentence Completion: This document contains 14 questions.
5- Test 10—Written Directions: This document contains 12 questions.
6- Test 76—Vocabulary: This forty-question test appears to ask about opposites and similarities.
7- Test 77—Analogies: This double-sided sheet has forty questions. It is attached to a sheet typed on a typewriter entitled “Test 94.” According to the directions, “The purpose of this is to find out how well you can see things with your mind’s eye. You will be asked to construct a number of pictures in your mind. Do not draw any of them on paper. Use your pencil only to write down the answers.”
8- This document is untitled and appears to be typed on a typewriter. It has seven questions. Most of the questions relate to space or geometry.
Location
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Object Name
psychological test
maker
Dennison Manfacturing Company
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 21.5 cm x 28 cm; 8 15/32 in x 11 1/32 in
ID Number
MA.316371.099
catalog number
316371.099
accession number
316371
Credit Line
Gift of David Shakow
subject
Psychology
Psychological Tests
Mathematics
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National Museum of American History
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