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by Herman A. Witkin,Philip K. Oltman,Evelyn Raskin,Stephen A. Karp

Author: Herman A. Witkin,Philip K. Oltman,Evelyn Raskin,Stephen A. Karp
Subcategory: Psychology
Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Pr (June 1971)
Category: Medicine
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The Embedded Figures Test (EFT) was designed by Witkin in 1971 to assess his concept of field dependence – independence (. Witkin & Goodenough, 1981). Good performance on the EFT was taken as a marker of field independence, the ability to disembed information from context or surrounding gestalt. The test requires the participant to spot a simple form within a more complex figure; the color and form of the latter create a gestalt within which the part is hidden (see Fig. 1). In the Children’s EFT, the complex figure is also meaningful (.

Tests, such as, the Group Embedded Figures Test (Witkin, Oltman, Raskin, & Karp, 1971), the .

Tests, such as, the Group Embedded Figures Test (Witkin, Oltman, Raskin, & Karp, 1971), the Hidden Figures Test (French, Ekstrom, & Price, 1963), and the Children's Embedded Figures Test (Karp & Konstadt, 1971), which involve the disembedding of a simple shape from its surrounding complex field, have been widely used to measure FD-I, and, according to Cassidy (2004. The Portable Rod-and-frame Test can be brought to S and the elimination of a completely darkened room opens possibilities for the use of the Portable Rod-and-frame Test with Ss of younger ages.

The Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) is a timed psychological assessment consisting of 18 items pertaining to field dependence and field independence

The Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) is a timed psychological assessment consisting of 18 items pertaining to field dependence and field independence. The GEFT was constructed by Herman A Witkin, Philip K. Oltman, Evelyn Raskin, and Stephen A. Karp with the goal to provide an adaptation of the Embedded Figures Test (EFT) for group testing

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Witkin, H. A manual for the embedded figures tests. Palo Alto: Consulting Psychologists Press. Wolff, . Narayan, . & Moyes, B. (1988). Personality characteristics of parents of autistic children: a controlled study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 29 (2), 143 – 153. Wong, . Maybery, . Bishop, D. V. Maley, . & Hallmayer, J. (2006).

Perceptual and motor skills. International journal of neurology. A portable rod-and-frame test is described. Scores on the portable apparatus correlated. 89 (n 163) with scores obtained on Witkin's original rod-and-frame test. Role of the field-dependent and field-independent cognitive styles in academic evolution: a longitudinal study. Witkin, Carol Ann Moore, +4 authors Eugene Raskin.

Authors: Herman A. Witkin et a. Witkin et al. Finding common geometric shapes in a larger design, this simple assessment yields a wealth of information about field nce. The GEFT is a twenty-five item assessment which can be taken online or it may be purchased as a thirty-two page non-reusable booklet.

a b Demick, J. (2014). Group Embedded Figures Test Manual. Menlo Park, CA: Mind Garden, Inc. ^ a b c d e Witkin, H. A.

The Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) is a timed psychological assessment consisting of 18 items pertaining to field dependence and field independence. Karp with the goal to provide an adaptation of the Embedded Figures Test (EFT) for group testing; the EFT was developed by Witkin. a b Demick, J. A manual for the Group Embedded Figures Test.