Porteus Maze Test

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The first widely used non-verbal test of ability, designed to supplement the Stanford-Binet intelligence scale by measuring aspects of intellectual ability such as foresight, planning, and prudence. It involves finding paths through a series of mazes or labyrinths, and some researchers have considered it culture-fair. PMT abbrev. [Named after the Australian psychologist Stanley D. Porteus (1883–1972) who constructed it in 1914]

Subjects: Psychology.

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