Porteus Maze Test


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Porteus Maze Test

(port′ē-ŭs)
[Stanley D. Porteus, Australian-born U.S. psychologist, 1883–1972]
A nonverbal intelligence test that measures pathfinding and visuospatial abilities. It is infrequently used as an intelligence test partly because of the developer's views of the mental superiority of Caucasians over other races.
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Developmental data for the Porteus maze test. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 12, 305-310.