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Master of Science (MS)
The present study was designed to examine the relationship between Mednick's Remote Associates Test and Pettigrew's Category-Width Test. The sample was made up of 36 educational psychology students enrolled in the Utah State Summer School.
The correlation for males and females was made independently. Although the males showed a higher correlation between the two tests than did the females (males, .296 and females, .058), the correlations were not statistically significant.
No full explanation was given for the lack of correlation between the category-width scores and the RAT scores except for the qualification that the RAT may be measuring a different type of creativity than what the category-width test is measuring.
Sesney, John W., "A Comparison of Mednick's Remote Associates Test and Pettigrew's Category-Width Test" (1968). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 5652.
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