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Synonyms for test

check

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examine

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  • examine
  • put someone to the test
  • put someone through their paces

challenge

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put something to the test

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a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

an operation employed to resolve an uncertainty

a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

a means by which individuals are compared and judged

constituting a tentative model for future experiment or development

to subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

to subject to a test of knowledge or skill

to engage in experiments

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Synonyms for test

any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude or personality etc

the act of undergoing testing

a hard outer covering as of some amoebas and sea urchins

put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to

test or examine for the presence of disease or infection

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examine someone's knowledge of something

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show a certain characteristic when tested

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achieve a certain score or rating on a test

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determine the presence or properties of (a substance)

undergo a test

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These psychomotor tests have included a wide variety of measures including digit-span, memory, vigilance, divided attention, and eye-hand tracking tasks.
This question is relevant because (a) the composite tests are more reliable and have higher validity than single tests (Dunnette, 1976; Hunter & Hunter, 1984), and therefore it is expected that variations in validity should be smaller for composite than for single tests; (b) psychomotor tests are highly specific, and their relation to cognitive tests is very small (Dunnette, 1976; Fleishman, 1972), the findings by Schmidt & Hunter (1984) and Schmidt et al.
MDMA found no major detrimental effect on psychomotor tests or actual
A variety of approaches may be used to study abuse potential in animals, including self-administration tests, conditioned place preference, drug discrimination methods, and psychomotor tests, based on the chemical and pharmacological properties of the drug, its pharmacological class, and current knowledge of its abuse potential.
They also took a variety of psychomotor tests measuring divided attention, as well as a visual analog scale to measure subjective feelings of mood.
Their conclusion hinges largely on the results of a multifaceted Dutch trial of 82 thyroxine-treated infants and 76 controls who underwent the Bayley mental and psychomotor tests at 6, 12, and 24 months of age (N.
They were 10% slower on psychomotor tests, compared with 116 normotensive subjects matched for age, education, and other factors that influence cognition (Hypertension 36[6]:1079-82, 2000).
Contrasts are also reported with tests grouped by class of test with the two psychomotor tests treated as one class (Test D and Test E = psychomotor), the two speeded tests as a second class (Test B and Test C = speeded tests), and the single power test as a third class (Test A = power test).
The association found in previous studies between hypertension and poor performance in psychomotor tests might have been due to changes in mental activity variables (attention, arousal, activity rate), rather than to a true impairment of intellectual function (receptivity, thinking, memory, expressiveness).