Inquisit Test Variants

Solving Anagrams

Presents thirty 5-letter anagrams in order of increasing difficulty, as described in Novick & Sherman (2003).


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Solving Anagrams (Requires Keyboard)

Presents thirty 5-letter anagrams in order of increasing difficulty, as described in Novick & Sherman (2003). This version of the script is optimized for use with a keyboard.


(Requires Inquisit Lab to run on your computer)
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References

Tresselt, M. E., & Mayzner, M. S. (1966). Normative solution times for a sample of 134 solution words and 378 associated anagrams. Psychonomic Monograph Supplements, 1, 293-298.

Stipek, D., Hoffman, J., & Ball, Samuel. (1980). Children's achievement-related expectancies as a function of academic performance histories and sex. Journal of Educational Psychology, 72(6), 861-865.

Geen, R. (1985). Evaluation apprehension and response withholding in solution of anagrams. Personality and Individual Differences, 6(3), 293-298.

Novick, L., & Sherman, S. (2003). On the nature of insight solutions: Evidence from skill differences in anagram solution. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A, 56(2), 351-382.

Aziz‐Zadeh, L., Kaplan, J., & Iacoboni, M. (2009). “Aha!”: The neural correlates of verbal insight solutions. Human Brain Mapping, 30(3), 908-916.

Boyes, & French. (2010). Neuroticism, stress, and coping in the context of an anagram-solving task. Personality and Individual Differences, 49(5), 380-385.

Lee, W., & Reeve, J. (2017). Identifying the neural substrates of intrinsic motivation during task performance. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 17(5), 939-953.

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