Raymond B. Cattell

University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, United States 
intelligence, psychometrics, personality
"Raymond Cattell"


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Cattell RB. (2009) Reprinted from The British Journal of Psychology (1946), 36, 159-174: Personality structure and measurement II: the determination and utility of trait modality. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 100: 233-48
Cattell RB. (2004) La théorie de l'intelligence fluide et cristallis ée ; sa relation avec les tests « culture fair » et sa vérification chez les enfants de 9à 12 ans Revue Europeene De Psychologie Appliquee. 54: 47-56
Cattell RB, Boyle GJ, Chant D. (2002) Enriched behavioral prediction equation and its impact on structured leaning and the dynamic calculus. Psychological Review. 109: 202-5
Cattell RB. (1997) A test of polymorphous-perverse instinctual development Multivariate Experimental Clinical Research. 11: 145-150
Cattell RB. (1996) p-cultures, r-cultures, and the need to research group survival techniques Mankind Quarterly. 37: 37-40
Cattell RB. (1996) What is Structured Learning Theory? Theory and Psychology. 6: 169-171
Cattell RB. (1996) Technical note: What is structured learning theory? British Journal of Educational Psychology. 66: 411-413
McArdle JJ, Cattell RB. (1994) Structural Equation Models of Factorial Invariance in Parallel Proportional Profiles and Oblique Confactor Problems. Multivariate Behavioral Research. 29: 63-113
Cattell RB. (1994) A cross-validation of primary personality structure in the 16 P.F. by two parcelled factor analyses Multivariate Experimental Clinical Research. 10: 181-190
Cattell RB. (1992) Human motivation objectively, experimentally analysed. The British Journal of Medical Psychology. 65: 237-43
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