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Raven’s Progressive Matrices Test is a behavioral task that assesses non-verbal, analytic intelligence. Participants are presented with a display showing a matrix (e.g., a 3 x 3 grid consisting of three rows with three cells in each row). With the exception of the cell on the bottom right, each of the other cells in the display is occupied by a complex visual stimulus. Participants’ task is to determine which of eight other possible stimuli is the correct entry for the single empty cell.

Definition contributed by JShaw
Raven’s Progressive Matrices Test has been asserted to measure the following CONCEPTS
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