1986), and the Word Association Test
(Stacy, Leigh & Weingardt, 1994) were valid methods to assess IAC (Gray, LaPlante, Bannon, Ambady & Shaffer, 2011; Houben, Rothermund & Wiers, 2009; Lindgren, Westgate, Kilmer, Kaysen & Teachman, 2012; Lindgren, Hendershot, Neighbors, Blayney & Otto, 2011; Ostafin & Palfai, 2006; Payne, Govorun & Arbuckle, 2008).
A different study (Namei 2004) that tested 100 Persian-Swedish bilingual subjects using a productive word association test
revealed that high levels of syntagmatic and paradigmatic associations were produced by both L1 and L2 subjects.
The Bryan's Word Association Test
in conjunction with the History was administered to gather a Subconscious Diagnosis of the factors causing the patient's fear.
Nevertheless, Bovina and Dragul'skaia (2008) studied humanities and science students' representations of science and the scientist via a free word association test
in a college.
The word association test
is a data collection technique used to determine the conceptual structure of a person or a group.
The Controlled Oral Word Association Test
(COWAT) had to be tested with change of stimulus word.
In the sketch, Chase interviews Pryor for a job, using a word association test
In a word association test
, it's a safe bet that Gretna Green would illicit the response 'weddings' on every occasion.
Normative data, obtained from a community sample of 139 New Zealanders 70 to 90 years of age, are presented for the Recognition Memory Test, the Graded Naming Test, and the Controlled Oral Word Association Test
If you gave most gun dealers a word association test
and said "surplus," they'd probably answer, "military.
The 100 small chapters of In the Language of Love are based on the 100 words of the Kent-Rosanoff Word Association Test
1988) also included the Benton Visual Retention Test, Benton Facial Recognition Test, Benton Judgment of Line Orientation Test, Russell Memory Test, Controlled Oral Word Association Test
and Selective Reminding Task.