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Differences in mental abilities
von Deary, I J
In: British Medical Journal, 317 (1998), 7174, p. 1701-3

...Differences in mental abilities have a hierarchical structure, from narrow specific abilities to general ability. Environmental and genetic contributions to those differences are sizeable, the genetic...

Auditory inspection time and intelligence: What is the direction of causation?
von Deary, I J
In: Developmental Psychology, 31 (1995), 2, p. 237-50

...Investigated whether inspection time (IT), an index of speed of perceptual processing, is causal to individual differences in intellectual ability, or a fast IT is a consequence of having a high IQ. T...

A (latent) big five personality model in 1915? A reanalysis of Webb's data
von Deary, I J
In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 71 (1996), 5, p. 992-1005

...In 1915 Edward Webb, working under Charles Spearman at University College London, reported a study of personality trait ratings of 194 trainee teachers. The original report found a single personality ...

Inspection time and WAIS-R IQ subtypes: a confirmatory factor analysis study
von Deary, I J
In: Intelligence, 17 (1993), 2, p. 223-36 table

...Confirmatory factor analysis revealed that a two-factor model of intelligence, with correlated Performance and Verbal factors and IT loaded on the Performance factor only, had a better fit to the data...

Intelligence and auditory discrimination: separating processing speed and fidelity of stimulus representation
von Deary, I J
In: Intelligence, 18 (1994), 2, p. 189-213 table

...Addresses the question of whether the auditory inspection time (AIT)-cognitive ability relation is based upon AIT's indexing processing speed or pitch discrimination by applying structural equation mo...

Sensory discrimination and intelligence: postmortem or resurrection?
von Deary, I J
In: American Journal of Psychology, 107 (1994), 1, p. 95-115 table

...Studies most often referred to as having failed to link intelligence differences to difference in sensory discrimination were conducted by Galton(1883), Sharp (1898-99) and Wissler (1901). These studi...

The strength of g at different levels of ability: have Detterman and Daniel rediscovered Spearman's 'law of diminishing returns'?
von Deary, I J; Pagliari, C
In: Intelligence, 15 (1991), Apr-Jun 91, p. 247-55

...A commentary is offered as an historical complement to the article by Detterman and Daniel (1989), rather than as a critique. Includes a reply by Detterman. (JLN)...

Effects of sleep disruption on cognitive performance and mood in medical house officers
von Deary, I J; Tait, R
In: British Medical Journal, 295 (1987), 12 Dec 87, p. 1513-16

...Twelve medical house officers were tested on a battery of memory, concentration, and work related tasks after 3 conditions: a night spent off duty; a night spent on call; and a night spent admitting e...

Inspection time and high-speed ball games
von Deary, I J; Mitchell, H
In: Perception, 18 (1989), 1989, p. 789-92

...A season's batting averages for 20 regular cricketers, all members of the same team, were correlated with their visual inspection times. Suggests that the successful batsmen were faster at picking up ...

Intelligence and inspection time: achievements, prospects, and problems
von Deary, I J; Stough, C
In: American Psychologist, 51 (1996), 6, p. 599-608

...Inspection time is the only single information-processing index that accounts for about 20% of intelligence-test variance. Argues its use in understanding individual differences in cognitive ability a...

Are specific inspection time strategies prevented by concurrent tasks?
von Egan, V; Deary, I J
In: Intelligence, 16 (1992), Apr-Jun 92, p. 151-67

...Using a standard IT task, attempts to evaluate how many people form strategies, and to describe their nature. The effect of strategy on IT duration, and on the IT-IQ relationship is examined. Aims to ...

The Delusions-Symptoms-States Inventory (DSSI): construction, applications and structural analyses
von Bedford, A; Deary, I J
In: Personality and Individual Differences, 26 (1999), 3, p. 397-424

...Reviews the literature on this instrument under 3 broad headings: theoretical background and technical aspects, clinical reviews and other studies. Multivariate analyses of the DSSI's 12 subscales and...

The Personal Disturbance Scale (DSSI/sAD): development, use and structure
von Bedford, A; Deary, I J
In: Personality and Individual Differences, 22 (1997), 4, p. 493-510
Zitiert von: 3

...Reviews the theoretical development of DSSI/sAD (Delusions-Symptoms-States Inventory/states of Anxiety and Depression, otherwise known as the Personal Disturbance Scale) and describes how it fits into...

Feeding difficulty in elderly patients with dementia: confirmatory factor analysis
von Watson, R; Deary, I J
In: International Journal of Nursing Studies, 34 (1997), 6, p. 405-14

...Investigates the latent structure of feeding difficulty in elderly patients with dementia using multivariate statistical techniques including exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis. A survey des...

A longitudinal study of feeding difficulty and nursing intervention in elderly patients with dementia
von Watson, R; Deary, I J
In: Journal of Advanced Nursing, 26 (1997), 1, p. 25-32

...A causal relationship between feeding difficulty and nursing intervention was not supported in this study. Instead, the possibility of a latent state variable, which could explain the relationship bet...

Measuring feeding difficulty in patients with dementia: multivariate analysis of feeding problems, nursing intervention and indicators of feeding difficulty
von Watson, R; Deary, I J
In: Journal of Advanced Nursing, 20 (1994), 2, p. 283-7 table

...The feeding difficulty of 196 elderly people with dementia was investigated by means of an 11-item questionnaire administered to nursing staff. Three factors were named: patient obstinacy or passivity...

IQ, reaction time and the differentiation hypothesis
von Der, G; Deary, I J
In: Intelligence, 31 (2003), 5, p. 491-503

...Associations between reaction times and mental ability test scores have been widely reported in the literature on the information processing theories of psychometric intelligence. In a previous articl...

Neuroticism, alexithymia and medically unexplained symptoms
von Deary, I J; Scott, S; Wilson, J A
In: Personality and Individual Differences, 22 (1997), 4, p. 551-64
Zitiert von: 1

...People's histories (n=244) of MUS were assessed using physical symptom lists derived from the DSM-III-R somatisation criteria. 2 subscales from the Toronto Alexithymia Scale-20 had significant correla...

Longitudinal cohort study of childhood IQ and survival up to age 76
von Whalley, L J; Deary, I J
In: British Medical Journal, 322 (2001), 7290, p. 819-22
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...All 2792 children in Aberdeen born in 1921 and attending school on 1 June 1932 who sat a mental ability test as part of the Scottish mental survey 1932 were studied for survival at 1 January 1997. 79....

The 'four As': a common framework for normal and abnormal personality?
von Austin, E J; Deary, I J
In: Personality and Individual Differences, 28 (2000), 5, p. 977-95

...Presents an item-level factor analysis of the personality disorder questionnaire from the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-III-R (SCID-II) completed by 400 students. The analysis used tetrachoric...

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