The design fluency test.
figureposted on 2016-05-03, 08:55 authored by David L. Woods, John M. Wyma, Timothy J. Herron, E. William Yund
Participants connected circles on the display with four lines drawn with the mouse. As each line was drawn, the path was shown in white. When the cursor crossed a circle, it was included in the figure and connected with the previously selected circle by a straight green line. When a design was finished, participants moved the cursor (small gray square) to click the “NEXT” box to advance to the next trial.
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