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A '''hidden figures test''' or '''embedded figures test''' is a test of [[perceptual style]].
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A '''Hidden Figures test''' is a test of [[perceptual style]]. It was a later development of the [[Embedded Figures Test]]
   
 
It has been adapted for computerized administration <ref> Jacobs, R.L. (1985).Computerized Testing: The Hidden Figures Test.Journal of Educational Computing Research, v1 n2 p173-78 </ref>
 
It has been adapted for computerized administration <ref> Jacobs, R.L. (1985).Computerized Testing: The Hidden Figures Test.Journal of Educational Computing Research, v1 n2 p173-78 </ref>
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A Hidden Figures test is a test of perceptual style. It was a later development of the Embedded Figures Test

It has been adapted for computerized administration [1]


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  1. Jacobs, R.L. (1985).Computerized Testing: The Hidden Figures Test.Journal of Educational Computing Research, v1 n2 p173-78

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