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Remote Associates Test (RAT)
The Remote Associates Test (RAT) by Mednick & Mednick (1962).
Remote Associates Test (RAT) with Reaction Times
An alternative version of the the Remote Associates Test (RAT) by Mednick & Mednick (1962) in which items are presented one at a time for response time measurement.
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