the past two decades, since the first published reports of the success of dynamic procedures in enhancing reasoning test performance and criterion-related validity (e.g., Carlson & Wiedl, 1980, 1992; Dillon, 1979; Dillon & Carlson, 1978). Researchers now have eager audiences for their dynamic testing work.


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