Equivalence of standard and computerized versions of the Raven Progressive Matrices Test
Computerised assessment, Equivalence, Non-verbal intelligence, RSPM
Computers in Human Behavior
The present study examined the equivalence of the computer administered version of the Raven Standard Progressive Matrices (RSPM) with the standard paper-and-pencil administered version of the RSPM. In addition, the effects of state and trait anxiety as well as computer anxiety were investigated. Fifty undergraduate volunteers were administered the RSPM twice under one of four conditions: computer-computer, standard-standard, computer-standard, or standard-computer. No significant differences were found between mean scores and standard deviations across administrations or formats. Rank-order correlations revealed similar ranking across formats. Tentative support for the equivalence of the computerized version of the RSPM was found. Analyses revealed no significant differences in anxiety across formats and no significant correlations between anxiety and RSPM performance. Explanations and implications for further research are discussed. © 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Original Publication Date
DOI of published version
Williams, John Eustis and McCord, David M., "Equivalence of standard and computerized versions of the Raven Progressive Matrices Test" (2006). Faculty Publications. 2765.