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|Title:||Developing auditory measures of general speediness: a pilot study|
|Citation:||Sage Open, 2011; 1(4):1-8|
|Ian T. Zajac, Nicholas R. Burns and Vanessa Danthiir|
|Abstract:||This study examined whether the broad ability general speediness (Gs) could be measured via the auditory modality. Existing and purpose-developed auditory tasks that maintained the cognitive requirements of established visually presented Gs markers were completed by 96 university undergraduates. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses showed that the auditory tasks combined with established visual measures to define latent Gs and reaction time factors. These findings provide preliminary evidence that suggests that if auditory tasks are developed that maintain the same cognitive requirements as existing visual measures, then they are likely to index similar cognitive processes.|
|Keywords:||Intelligence; auditory intelligence; speed of processing; general speediness|
|Rights:||© The Author(s) 2011|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology publications|
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