'Passalong Test', psychological test, London, England, 1960-1990

Made:
1960-1990 in London
Passalong Test for measuring concrete ability, consisting of 4 wooden trays and approx 14 wooden blocks, painted in red

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Passalong Test for measuring concrete ability, consisting of 4 wooden trays and approx 14 wooden blocks, painted in red
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Passalong Test for measuring concrete ability, four tests (some incomplete), each originally consisting of 4 wooden trays and approx 14 wooden blocks, painted in red or blue, with 8 design cards; distributed by the National Foundation for Educational Research; used by the Institute of Education, University of Liverpool, c.1960-1990.

The Passalong Test measured intelligence. It consists of four wooden trays and wooden blocks, painted red or blue, with eight design cards. The subject is given a design card. They must make the image using the blocks. Each test has a time limit. The time taken to complete each card is scored to work out IQ. It was published by the Councils and Educational Press Limited. It was distributed by the National Foundation for Educational Research. The tests were used by the Institute of Education, University of Liverpool, between 1960 and 1990.

Details

Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2000-604
type:
psychological test
credit:
Faber, Diana