Statistics of Association and Analogies (German)

© March 2008 Paul Cooijmans

This is a German version of the verbal section of the Test For Genius.

Preliminary norms

Scores

0 *
10 **
13 *
15 *
16 *

Correlation with other tests

Test#cor
Cooijmans Intelligence Test - Form 221.00
The Nemesis Test21.00
Qoymans Multiple-Choice #421.00
Bonsai Test21.00
Culture Fair Numerical Spatial Examination - Final version21.00
Nonverbal Cognitive Performance Examination21.00
Spatial section of Test For Genius - Revision 200440.99
Test For Genius - Revision 200440.97
Verbal section of Test For Genius - Revision 200440.94
Lieshout International Mesospheric Intelligence Test3-0.94
Genius Association Test2-1.00
Associative LIMIT Test2-1.00
Space, Time and Hyperspace2-1.00

Weighted average of correlations: 0.446

Conservatively estimated minimum g loading: 0.67

Ranking in above table is based on the unrounded correlations. All available data is present in this table, no tests are left out except for those with less than 2 score pairs. All known pairs are used to obtain the true, honest statistics; correlations are not artificially inflated by leaving out ceiling scores, outliers or other anomalies.

National averages

Country# scoresAverage score
Germany311.0

For reasons of privacy, only countries with 2 or more candidates are included in this table. Ranking is based on the unrounded averages.

Correlation with personal details

Personalia#cor
PSIA Antisocial31.00
PSIA Aspergoid30.99
Disorders (parents and siblings)40.87
PSIA Cruel30.87
PSIA True30.81
PSIA Deviance factor40.78
PSIA Neurotic30.78
PSIA Introverted30.72
Educational level50.39
PSIA Rare30.39
PSIA Cold30.21
PSIA Just30.16
Number of characters in candidate's name as registered60.06
PSIA Ethics factor40.02
Father's educational level50.00
Mother's educational level5-0.12
Disorders (own)4-0.13
Year of birth6-0.22
PSIA Orderly3-0.24
PSIA Extreme3-0.83
PSIA Rational3-0.95

Correlation with national IQs

Correlation of this test with national average IQs published by Lynn and Vanhanen:

Reliability and standard error

Using the "split-half" method:

Scores by age

Age group# CandidatesAverage score
50 to 54110.0
30 to 34214.5
25 to 29115.0
22 to 2410.0
20 or 21110.0

Scores by year taken

Year taken# CandidatesAverage score
200448.3
2005215.5

Correlation year taken vs average score = 1.00
n = 6

Robustness and overall test quality