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This test consists of 10 sub tests of 25 tasks for the age group of 10 to 14 year students.
101-TR-(1 Set consists of 25 Reusable Question Booklets, 100 Answer Sheets & Manual)
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This scale consists of 50 items divided into three major areas; knowledge of cognition, regulation of cognition, meta-cognitive experience and other thirteen minor areas. This scale is developed on secondary and senior secondary school students (14-17 years).
It measures the cognitive abilities of pre-school children (3-5 years) through six subjects: namely conceptual skills, information, comprehension, visual perception, memory and object vocabulary related to Piagetian Experiment.
It is a self -report inventory that gives an estimate of cognitive style of an individual on five point Likert scale. It is a bio-dimensional measure of systematic style and intuitive style consisting of 20 items each. This inventory is developed on college students (both sexes).
The ‘Stroop’ effect is one example of cognitive inhibition and the hypothesis of parallel processing. Parallel processing involves interpreting a stimulus input at different levels, results inhibition in cognitive process. This process of cognitive inhibition can be experimentally demonstrated using ‘Stroop Effect Test’. This test consists of two lists of words. The list ‘A’ has names of colors printed in the corresponding color. Wherein list ‘ B’ has names of colors printed in a different color. The subject has to name the color in which the word is printed and not the word while reading both the lists but separately. A key for the correct responses is also provided.