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Test Number 20
Title Creative Thinking Test
Author Sobhanny, M.; Krutchkoff, R.
Category Test
Copyright Date 1985
Availability ETS - TC014436; Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Restrictions Qualified users of Wechsler scales only
Age/Grade Level Elementary
Cost Microfiche $15.00
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Source Test in Microfiche, Test Collection
Address Education Testing Service Princeton, NJ 08541
Phone 1-609-734-5689
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web or e-mail www.ets.org
Definition Creative thinking is influenced by: attentiveness to detail, conformity, problem finding, general problem solving, original problem solving, and knowledge.
Purposes The six verbal tests assess a child’s creative thinking skills.
Characteristics Digging Deeper into Ideas Generating Ideas Openness and Courage to Explore Ideas

Manual
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Validity
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Reliability
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Utility
Poor To administer the knowledge part of the test, the administrator must use the information subtest of the WISC-R.

Interpretation
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Propriety
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

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