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Presentation
Validity of Three Web-Based IQ Tests and the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales
17th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society (2005)
  • Michael W. Firmin, Cedarville University
  • Amanda J. Burger, Cedarville University
  • Chi-en Hwang, Cedarville University
  • Ruth E. Lowrie, Cedarville University
Abstract

This double-blind study utilized 60 participants placed into one of three equally distributed categories according to their composite ACT/SAT scores. Comparisons of the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS) with internet IQ tests from tickle.com, queendom.com, and iqtest.com showed low to modest correlations, questioning the overall validity of web IQ tests.

Keywords
  • IQ tests,
  • RIAS,
  • Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales
Publication Date
May 27, 2005
Citation Information
Firmin, M., Hwang, C., Burger, A., & Lowrie, R. (2005, May). Evaluating the concurrent validity of three web-based IQ tests and the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS). Poster session presented at the 17th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society, Los Angeles, California.