Miller Analogies Test
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Miller Analogies Test(mĭl′ĕr),
A test to assess a person's ability to see the connections between words or concepts. The test consists of 100 core items designed in the following format: X is to Y as ? is to B, where ? denotes a blank that must be filled in with one of several choices. The test may be administered to children to measure their language ability, knowledge, and ability to reason, and to others as part of a battery of neuropsychiatric tests.
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