Kean and O'Connor (1927) reported the use of the O'Connor Blocks as a measure of mechanical aptitude. A study of the data indicated that superior performance was associated with a type of analysis characteristic of engineers and mechanics. In recent years the test has been used to some extent in the field of driver training and driver aptitude measurement. A study reported by Miller and Lauer (1946) with a group consisting largely of Oriental students gave low positive correlation with driving performance. The criterion used was not as reliable as the experimenters desired.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Kjerland, R. N.
"Age and Sex Difference in Performance in the O'Connor Blocks,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 58(1), 371-374.
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