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Evaluating the Concurrent Validity of Three Web-based IQ Tests and the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS)
Eastern Education Journal
  • Michael W. Firmin, Cedarville University
  • Chi-en Hwang, Cedarville University
  • Amanda J. Burger, Cedarville University
  • Jessica Sammons
  • Ruth E. Lowrie, Cedarville University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2008
Disciplines
Keywords
  • IQ tests,
  • RIAS,
  • Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales
Abstract

In a double-blind study, 60 General Psychology students, selected in low, average, and high ACT ranges, were administered the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS). On a separate occasion, the students also completed web-based internet IQ tests from tickle.com, queendom.com, and iqtest.com. MANOVA results showed that ACT level had a significant effect on all four IQ scores combined (Wilk’s Lambda = .451, p

Citation Information

Firmin, M., Hwang, C., Burger, A., Sammons, J., & Lowrie, R. (2008). Evaluating the concurrent validity of three web-based IQ tests and the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS). Eastern Education Journal, 37, 20-28.