Matrix Reasoning problems are one of the best ways to measure our fluid intelligence. The famous ‘Ravens Matrices’ IQ tests – which Mensa accepts as an IQ test – are made up of ONLY matrix reasoning problems.
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Here the 3-item CRT test for ‘cognitive reflection’ developed at Princeton. Average Carnegie Melon and Harvard undergraduate scores for this test range from 1.4-1.5 out of 3!
Can you figure out this lego puzzle? It has been circulating on Facebook recently. It needs a key – a leap of insight – to solve. But when you click, the components of the puzzle unravel quickly.
Here is a well-defined strategy game played out in CBS’s Survivor in Thailand. The Game There are 21 flags planted in the field between two ‘tribes’ – Chuay Gahn and Sook Jai. Each tribe takes turns removing flags. Each tribe at its turn can choose to remove 1 or 2 or 3 flags. The team
The puzzle Four angels sat on the Christmas tree amidst other ornaments. Two had blue halos and two yellow. However, none of them could see above his head. Angel A sat on the top branch and could see the angels B and C, who sat below him. Angel B, could see angel C who sat