Wiggly Block Test, about 1950
Psychometric test, Wiggly Block Test; a non-verbal performance test of intelligence, consisting of nine wooden columns which, when fitted together, form a cuboid form; invented by Dutch psychologists c. 1950 and acquired from the Archives for the History of Dutch Psychology.
- Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
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- psychometric test
- Archives for the History of Dutch Psychology
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