Mental RotationFREE for use with an Inquisit Lab or Inquisit Web license.
Available Test Forms
Little Man Test - ABCD Consortium - Smart Phone - English
Little Man Test - ABCD Consortium - Tablet - English
Manikin Test of Spatial Orientation and Transformation - English
Mental Rotation Task for Children (Joystick) - English
Mental Rotation Task for Children (Keyboard) - English
Mental Rotation Task for Children (Mouse) - English
Mental Rotation Task for Children (Touch) - English
Santa Barbara Sense of Direction Scale - English
Santa Barbara Solids Test - English
The Santa Barbara Solids Test as developed by Cohen & Hagarty (2012) in which participatns identify which shapes represent cross sections of a three dimensional object.
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Wiedenbauer, G. & Jansen-Osmann, P. (2008). Manual training of mental rotation in children. Learning and Instruction, 18, 30-41.
Cohen, C. A. & Hegarty, M. (2012). Inferring cross sections of 3D objects: A new spatial thinking test. Learning and Individual Differences, 22(6), 868-874.
Harris, J., Hirsh-Pasek, K. & Newcombe, N. S. (2013). A new twist on studying the development of dynamic spatial transformations: Mental paper folding in young children. Mind, Brain and Education, 7, 49-55.
anis, G and Kievit, R (2015). A New Set of Three-Dimensional Shapes for Investigating Mental Rotation Processes: Validation Data and Stimulus Set. Journal of Open Psychology Data, 3: e3.