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Kornilova Tatiana V.

Doctor in Psychology
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Moscow, Russia

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Kornilova T.V., Kornilov S.A., Zirenko M.S., Chumakova M. A. (2019). Psychometric properties of the modified International Cognitive Ability Resource (ICAR) test battery. National Psychological Journal, [Natsional’nyy psikhologicheskiy zhurnal], (12)3, 32–45.

Background. The emergence of the psychometric tradition in Russian psychology necessitates a thorough exploration and adoption of the international experience in the development of appropriate measurement instruments and methodologies. The goal of the present study was thus to perform a comprehensive evaluation of the International Cognitive Ability Resource (ICAR) instrument in a Russian sample. The modified ICAR instrument consisted of visuo-spatial subtests Three-dimensional Rotation, Mental Reasoning (original ICAR subtests), as well as the previously developed verbal subtests Mill-Hill verbal scale and Analogies (from the ROADS test battery).

Design. The ICAR battery was administered to n=681 individuals (377 females) in the age from 17 to 59 years (Med=23, M=25.83, SD=7.58 лет) who were either college students or adults with a college degree from the city of Moscow who volunteered for the study. The test battery was administered without (n=284) as well as with (n=397) a time limit.

Results. The study demonstrated adequate psychometric properties of the modified ICAR battery, and revealed a fundamentally bifactor structure of the battery both at the level of individual items as well as at the level of subtests. Thus, individual’s performance on each item or subtest can be conceptualized as being driven by specific (e.g., fluid or verbal) as well as general (g) intelligence factors. We also show that introducing the time limit distorts the psychometric structure of the battery, lowers internal consistency, and reduces the g-saturation of the resulting scores, a finding that has important implications for the theory and practice of testing.

Received: 09/07/2019

Accepted: 09/15/2019

Pages: 32-45

DOI: 10.11621/npj.2019.0304

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Keywords: cognitive ability; intelligence; Cattell-Horn-Carroll theory; International Cognitive Ability Resource (ICAR);

Available Online: 20.10.2019

Kornilova T.V., Pavlova E.M., Krasavtseva Y.V., Razvalyaeva A.U. (2017). Relationship between the framing effect and individual differences in medical students and psychology students. National Psychological Journal. 4, 17-29.

Background. Framing effect is rarely studied in relation to individual differences. In cognitive psychology, it reflects distortions in decision-making depending on the context (phrasing) of statements about alternatives, and framing is found within medical professional samples. 

Objective. The objective of the study are asfollows: 1. to identify the differences in the students of medical and non-medical universities and susceptibility to framing, 2. establish in both groups similarities of individual decision-making styles (coping with uncertainty if any) in self-assessments (intelligence, risk taking and personality) and in willingness to take risks and tolerance/intolerance to uncertainty, 3. to identify the specific relationship between susceptibility to the framing effect (FE) in medical students with their personal properties. 

Design. The paper describes the study of framing on medicine (n = 78) and psychology students (n = 122). It is demonstrated that in Kahneman and Tversky’s “Asian disease problem”, the psychology students show reframing effect while medical students don’t show difference in answers. Participants who choose different answers in negative phrasing of the issue differ in self-esteemed risk taking and intolerance for uncertainty; but there is no difference in positive version of the problem. Differences in personality profiles of the future members of medical and non-medical students have been established, both in terms of the personality variables and their associations to the dynamic regulatory systems. Medical students are characterized with less procrastination and higher risk readiness. Self-esteemed risk is correlated with risk readiness in both samples (and negatively connected to rationality within the psychology student sample). Unexpectedly, risk preparedness is also correlated with intolerance for uncertainty in both groups. Medical students are characterized by specific correlation between risk readiness and personal self-esteem (good/bad person scale). Self-esteemed risk proposed is shown to be not only connected to corresponding questionnaire scale of personal risk preparedness but also to correlate to the choice in the framing effect issues. 

Results. These and other connections report about specifics of personal characteristics structure within the group of medical students.

Received: 10/06/2017

Accepted: 10/17/2017

Pages: 17-29

DOI: 10.11621/npj.2017.0402

By: ; Pavlova, Elizaveta M.; Krasavtseva, Yuliya V.; Razvalyaeva, Anna U.;

Keywords: decision making; framing effect; risk-readiness; rationality; tolerance; intolerance; The Melbourne Decision Making Questionnaire; self-estimate of intelligence; self-esteem risk-readiness;

Available Online: 01.01.2018

Kornilova T.V. (2006). Intelligence and Creativity of Students in Innovative Learning. National Psychological Journal,1(1), 107-109

Supported by the results of empirical research on connection between intellectual-personal potential of students and their creativity in the process of innovative learning, held in the Lomonosov Moscow state University, aims and objectives of innovative teaching in higher education are discussed.

Pages: 107-109

By: ;

Keywords: innovative learning in teacher education; development of intellectual-persoanl potential of students; development of creativity of students;


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