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Scientific data of the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC): Development of intelligence and thinking

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Weinert, Franz
Schneider, Wolfgang
Stefanek, Jan

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Dataset Information

Title Scientific data of the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC): Development of intelligence and thinking
Original Title Forschungsdaten der Mnchner Longitudinalstudie zur Genese individueller Kompetenzen (LOGIK): Entwicklung der Intelligenz und des logischen Denkvermgens
Citation Weinert, F., Schneider, W., & Stefanek, J. (2015). Scientific data of the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC): Development of intelligence and thinking [Translated Title] (Version 1) [Files on CD-ROM]. Trier: Center for Research Data in Psychology: PsychData of the Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information ZPID. https://doi.org/10.5160/psychdata.wtfz05lo22
Language of variable documentation German/English
Responsible for Data Collection Max-Planck-Institut fr psychologische Forschung; Weinert, Franz; Schneider, Wolfgang
Data Collection Completion Date 2005
Dataset Publication 2015
Dataset ID wtfz05lo22
Study Description The Munich "Longitudinal Study of the Genesis of Individual Competencies" (LOGIC) is a comprehensive examination of the differential description of developmental trajectories of cognitive skills and personality characteristics. It also describes individual differences in development due to the influence of varying school and classroom conditions. The changing state of the development of intelligence, psychomotor behavior, thinking, memory, school knowledge, motivation, personal characteristics, social skills and preferences, and moral reasoning and action were regularly reported. Beginning in 1984, 9 annual survey waves were carried out encompassing 3 points of measurement each. 205 children (aged 4 years and older) from 20 different kindergartens in Munich and from the Frstenfeldbruck area were examined. In 1997-1998, a follow-up study (wave 10) was conducted with the now 18-year-old subjects. The most recent survey (wave 11) took place in 2003-2005. For this wave, 153 subjects (74.6%) of the initial sample could be obtained. The entire study thus extends over an age range from preschool age to young adulthood (Schneider & Bullock, 2009, Weinert & Schneider, 1999).

Verbal and non-verbal intelligence were assessed using intelligence tests at various points of measurement. In addition, logical thinking skills status was assessed using experimental methods. Insights pertaining to the following aspects were gained: (1) developmental changes pertaining to the different intellectual skills, (2) associations between psychometric intelligence measures and measures of thinking skills, (3) stability of individual differences, (4) importance of educational environment for the development of intelligence, (5) relevance of intelligence for the prognosis of school-related / academic success. Among other findings, it could be shown that in the early (pre-school) developmental phase, area-specific courses of development were mainly dominant, while at school age and later, general psychometric intelligence and logical thinking skills are much more strongly associated. For psychometric intelligence as well as for logical thinking skills, the differences in individual competency detected starting at school age remained roughly stable during the further course of development (Schneider, 2008). Subgroup analyses for children with initially high, medium or low IQs showed that stabilities were higher for children with low IQs when compared to children with high IQs (Schneider, Niklas & Schmiedeler, 2014). For most people, increase in skills took place during similar time spans and at a comparable rate. Educational influences only seemed to slightly affect differences in intellectual competencies registered early on. IQ plays a role in predicting the acquisition of written language and the development of mathematical competencies, but not to the degree often assumed (Schneider, 2008).
Hypotheses -
Keyphrase longitudinal study on genesis of individual competencies, about 200 children aged 4-23 years , development of verbal & nonverbal intelligence & logical thinking from preschool age to late adolescence, stability of individual differences & relevance for prognosis of academic success & relevance of educational context, HAWIVA & HAWIK & HAWIE & CMMS & CFT-20 & ARLIN Test, scientific data
Funding Max Planck Society; Volkswagen Foundation; Jacobs Foundation
Rating information forthcoming

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PSYNDEX Classification and Controlled Terms

Classification Cognitive & Perceptual Development
Controlled Terms Childhood Development
Adolescent Development
Adult Development
Intelligence
Cognitive Development
Intelligence Quotient
Logical Thinking
Verbal Ability
Nonverbal Ability
Data Collection

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Research Method Description

Research Method Description Questionnaire Data
Classification of Data Collection Questionnaire Data: Fully Standardized Survey Instrument; Experimental Data: Repeated measures design, Laboratory Experiment
Research Instrument information forthcoming
Data Collection Method Data collection in the presence of an experimenter
- Individual Administration
- Paper and Pencil
- Reaction time
- Computer-supported
Time Points repeated measurements
Survey Time Period 1st wave: 1984 - 1985
2nd wave: 1985 - 1986
3rd wave: 1986 - 1987
4th wave: 1987 - 1988
5th wave: 1988 - 1989
6th wave: 1989 - 1990
7th wave: 1990 - 1991
8th wave: 1991 - 1992
9th wave: 1992 - 1993
10th wave: 1997 - 1998
11th wave: 2003 - 2005
Characteristics -
Population Children
Experimental Pool Individuals
Sample Selection of 20 kindergartens in Greater Munich and in the Frstenfeldbruck area (near Munich), that corresponded to socio-economic criteria of (West) Germanys general population in the year 1984. After information sessions at each of the facilities, 205 children were recruited. After the first assessment year (wave 1) approx. another 20 children were recruited.
Subject Recruitment Personal contact to parents and subjects through psychological-technical assistants over the course of 20 years. Small gifts on special occasions. Yearly Christmas and birthday greetings with individually selected post cards. Individual aptitude tests for schooling and career paths as well as general counselling offered and performed by academic staff. Publication of a newsletter for the sample in the early assessment waves. Festive completion event in 1993 with gifts. Copy of the book Development in Childhood sent free of charge. During waves 10 and 11, subject compensation and offer of comparative performance evaluation.
Sample Size 205 individuals (wave 1)
Return/Drop Out After a drop out of 13 children in wave 2, a further 25 children were recruited, resulting in the following sample sizes for the further waves: 217 in wave 2; 213 in wave 3; 204 in wave 4; 200 in wave 5; 195 in wave 6; 194 in wave 7; 189 in wave 8; 186 in wave 9; 176 in wave 10 and still 153 subjects in wave 11.
The response rate was 74.6% in wave 11. The data on sample sizes refer to the entire LOGIC study. The number of subjects may vary between each of the single assessments.
Gender Distribution 1st wave: 49% female subjects (n=100); 51% male subjects (n=105)
2nd wave: 48% female subjects (n=104); 52% male subjects (n=113)
3rd wave: 48% female subjects (n=102); 52% male subjects (n=111)
4th wave: 49% female subjects (n=98); 51% male subjects (n=105)
5th wave: 48% female subjects (n=96); 52% male subjects (n=104)
6th wave: 48% female subjects (n=93); 52% male subjects (n=100)
7th wave: 48% female subjects (n=93); 52% male subjects (n=101)
8th wave: 47% female subjects (n=89); 53% male subjects (n=100)
9th wave: 47% female subjects (n=87); 53% male subjects (n=99)
10th wave: 47% female subjects (n=81); 53% male subjects (n=93)
Age Distribution 4 - 12 years (wave 1 - 9); 18 years (wave 10); 23 years (wave 11)
Special Groups -
Country Germany
Region Bavaria
City Munich
Variables Variables of the Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Preschool Children
(HAWIVA), waves 1 and 2
Variables of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (HAWIK-R), waves 4, 6 and 9
Variables of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Adults (HAWIE-R), waves 10 and 11
Variables of the Columbia Mental Maturity Scale, waves 1, 3, 5
Variables of the Culture Fair Intelligence Test, waves 7, 9, 10, 11
Variables of the Piagetian number conservation task, waves 1 and 3
Variables of the Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR) , waves 8, 9, 10
Variables of Self-Regulation-Tests, waves 3, 5, 6
Variables of "PSB Prfsystems fr Schul- und Bildungsberatung", waves 8 and 10

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Data Status

Data Status Complete Data Set
Original Records Questionnaire filled out by either the subject or the experimenter containing closed and/or open answers, person-related data files
Transformation Data from the subjects were coded and then immediately transferred into a machine-readable form.

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Description of the Provided Data

Description Research data of the Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Preschool Children (HAWIVA), 1st wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w1_fd1.txt
Data Content 185 subjects, 9 variables
Data Points 185*9=1665 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash e81911b11361ccbf130d9ae11b384292
  
Description Research data of Columbia Mental Maturity Scale (CMMS), 1st wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w1_fd9.txt
Data Content 185 subjects, 6 variables
Data Points 185*6=1110 data points
Variables subject ID (1), total scale raw scores (1), age level raw score (1), age level percentile rank (1), age deviation score (1), age level stanine (1)
MD5 Hash 74ff0a942a010c8eef788f7d27bdba5b
  
Description Research data of Columbia Mental Maturity Scale (CMMS), 3rd wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w3_fd10.txt
Data Content 211 subjects, 8 variables
Data Points 211*8=1688 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), age level raw score (1), age level percentile rank (1), age deviation score (1), age level stanine (1), total scale raw scores (1), 66 items scale raw score (1)
MD5 Hash 54d43f2718682b2b836a752fb2c0f802
  
Description Research data of Columbia Mental Maturity Scale (CMMS), 4th wave, 1st measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w5_fd11.txt
Data Content 194 subjects, 7 variables
Data Points 194*7=1358 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), age level raw score (1), age level percentile rank (1), age level stanine (1), age deviation score (1), total scale raw scores (1)
MD5 Hash 769e15ef28296b53f7aa8162e29a92a6
  
Description Research data of Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 10th wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w10_fd14.txt
Data Content 174 subjects, 101 variables
Data Points 174*101=17574 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash f64fb93cdab895bbafc3a6728862a5e1
  
Description Research data of Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 7th wave, 3rd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w7_fd12.txt
Data Content 193 subjects, 28 variables
Data Points 193*28=5404 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash d469bcbbe2a2e0f8eaadb5335dea7b6f
  
Description Research data of Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 9th wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w9_fd13.txt
Data Content 186 subjects, 13 variables
Data Points 186*13=2418 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash a3e1f25fa27a2b2891b6033964703186
  
Description Research data of Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 11th wave
File Name wtfz05lo22_w11_fd15.txt
Data Content 145 subjects, 52 variables
Data Points 145*52=7540 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash be12680ceb8a6c2531ae2f30522d97a9
  
Description Research data of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (HAWIK-R), 9th wave, 1st measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w9_fd6.txt
Data Content 186 subjects, 14 variables
Data Points 186*14=2604 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 64c189a750abdf9091032b6f2b9be7c9
  
Description Research data of the Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Preschool Children (HAWIVA), 2nd wave, 3rd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w2_fd3.txt
Data Content 215 subjects, 10 variables
Data Points 215*10=2150 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash aa6bfed1fd8356905789de1c73741dd0
  
Description Research data of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (HAWIK-R), 4th wave, 3rd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w4_fd4.txt
Data Content 196 subjects, 22 variables
Data Points 196*22=4312 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 443e0b08f75ee1919ac6847dd55f6c48
  
Description Research data of subject information, waves 1-10
File Name wtfz05lo30_w1-10_fd1.txt
Data Content 265 subjects, 52 variables
Data Points 265*53=13,780 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 37dd78603ae557c347ca4336c0ef4bf9
  
Description Research data of subject information, wave 11
File Name wtfz05lo30_w11_fd2.txt
Data Content 196 subjects, 7 variables
Data Points 196*7=1372 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 37ea6ee0fb5317d435b04ab34ba5fa90
  
Description Research data of the Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Preschool Children (HAWIVA), 2nd wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w2_fd2.txt
Data Content 214 subjects, 16 variables
Data Points 214*16=3424 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 09059be97c381a70c19c61b0d6abc041
  
Description Research data of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (HAWIK-R), 6th wave, 1st measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w6_fd5.txt
Data Content 194 subjects, 51 variables
Data Points 194*51= 9894 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 5eb0c9c538bd8fe0261af987ba704f5d
  
Description Research data of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Adults (HAWIE-R), 10th wave, 1st measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w10_fd7.txt
Data Content 174 subjects, 36 variables
Data Points 174*36=6264 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash a1aa0ec6eaad3d7dce3348fdad744476
  
Description Research data of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Adults (HAWIE-R), 11th wave
File Name wtfz05lo22_w11_fd8.txt
Data Content 151 subjects, 36 variables
Data Points 151*36=5436 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 61ad8800fc9ab5c382730e8826f53a1e
  
Description Research data of Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR), 8th wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w8_fd17.txt
Data Content 188 subjects, 9 variables
Data Points 188*9=1692 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 684015f8d7f95deb85f4884067266542
  
Description Research data of Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR), 9th wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w9_fd18.txt
Data Content 185 subjects, 9 variables
Data Points 185*9=1665 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash bc582b533b8e776e2ed2e42c8f405300
  
Description Research data of Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR), 10th wave, 1st measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w10_fd19.txt
Data Content 174 subjects, 36 variables
Data Points 174*36=6264 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash f1c706680ff86bb06f3c38ba40320371
  
Description Research data of Piagetian number conservation task, 1st wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w1_fd24.txt
Data Content 177 subjects, 50 variables
Data Points 177*50=8850 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 9d63c9bd8c7d7a15fe2a9c48cd88d56c
  
Description Research data of Piagetian number conservation task, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w3_fd25.txt
Data Content 205 subjects, 176 variables
Data Points 205*176=36080 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 48d939debdc253f5f1d465e6e3bd2924
  
Description Research data of self-regulation-test, 3rd wave, 1st measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w3_fd21.txt
Data Content 88 subjects, 49 variables
Data Points 88*49=4312 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash d64def66329cd3d6419f82bb200b23ae
  
Description Research data of Self-Regulation-Test for Children, 5th wave, 3rd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w5_fd22.txt
Data Content 187 subjects, 23 variables
Data Points 187*23=4301 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash b63aa11d775a40f35a3a134c80efa593
  
Description Research data of Self-Regulation-Test for Children, 6th wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w6_fd23.txt
Data Content 187 subjects, 23 variables
Data Points 187*23=4301 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash f97e9d0e1bbf942574e1f3ad202318d1
  
Description Research data of "PSB Prfsystem fr Schul-und Bildungsberatung", 8. wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w8_fd16.txt
Data Content 188 subjects, 91 variables
Data Points 188*91= 17108 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash 7c254df3e59852e3fcf43c1576cf5fff
  
Description Research data of "PSB Prfsystem fr Schul-und Bildungsberatung", 10. wave, 2nd measurement point
File Name wtfz05lo22_w10_fd20.txt
Data Content 174 subjects, 92 variables
Data Points 174*92=16008 data points
Variables information forthcoming
MD5 Hash f4570c6a640c25ec8f0de42e63318927
  

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Description of Additional Materials

Description File Name
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w1_fd1.txt, Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Preschool Children (HAWIVA), 1st wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w1_kb1.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w2_fd2.txt, Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Preschool Children (HAWIVA), 2nd wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w2_kb2.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w2_fd3.txt, Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Preschool Children (HAWIVA), 2nd wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w2_kb3.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w4_fd4.txt, Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (HAWIK-R), 4th wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w4_kb4.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w6_fd5.txt, Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (HAWIK-R), 6th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w6_fd5.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w9_fd6.txt, Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (HAWIK-R), 9th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w9_kb6.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w10_fd7.txt, Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Adults (HAWIE-R), 10th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w10_kb7.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w11_fd8.txt, Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Adults (HAWIE-R), 11th wave wtfz05lo22_w11_kb8.txt
English codebook for the research data file wtfz05lo22_w1_fd9.txt, Columbia Mental Maturity Scale (CMMS), 1st wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w1_kb9_e.txt
English codebook for the research data file wtfz05lo22_w3_fd10.txt, Columbia Mental Maturity Scale (CMMS), 3rd wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w3_kb10_e.txt
English codebook for the research data file wtfz05lo22_w5_fd11.txt, Columbia Mental Maturity Scale (CMMS), 5th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w5_fd11_e.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w7_fd12.txt, Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 7th wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w7_kb12.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w9_fd13.txt, Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 9th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w9_kb13.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w10_fd14.txt, Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 10th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w10_kb14.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w11_fd15.txt, Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT), 11th wave wtfz05lo22_w11_kb15.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w8_fd17.txt, Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR), 8th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w8_kb17.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w9_fd18.txt, Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR), 9th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w9_kb18.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w10_fd19.txt, Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR), 10th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w10_kb19.txt
German codebook of research data file wtfz05lo22_w1_fd24.txt, Piagetian number conservation task, 1st wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w1_kb24.txt
German codebook of research data file wtfz05lo22_w3_fd25.txt, Piagetian number conservation task, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w3_kb25.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w3_fd21.txt, self-regulation-test, 3rd wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w3_kb21.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w5_fd22.txt, Self-Regulation-Test for Children, 5th wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w5_kb22.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w6_fd23.txt, Self-Regulation-Test for Children, 6th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w6_kb23.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w8_fd16.txt, "PSB Prfsystem fr Schul-und Bildungsberatung", 8. wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w8_kb16.txt
German codebook of the research data file wtfz05lo22_w10_fd20.txt, "PSB Prfsystem fr Schul-und Bildungsberatung", 10. wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w10_kb20.txt
wtfz05lo30_w1-10_kb1.txt
German codebook of research data wtfz05lo30_w11_fd2.txt, subject information, 11th wave wtfz05lo30_w11_kb2.txt
German instructions of HAWIVA, 1st wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w1_in1.pdf
German instructions of HAWIVA, 2nd wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w2_in2.pdf
German instructions of HAWIVA, 2nd wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w2_in3.pdf
German instructions of HAWIK-R, 4th wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w4_in4.pdf
German instructions of HAWIK-R, 6th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w6_in5.pdf
German instructions of HAWIK-R, 9th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w9_in6.pdf
German instructions of HAWIK-R, 10th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w10_in7.pdf
German instructions of Columbia Mental Maturity Scale, 1st wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w1_in9.pdf
German instructions of Columbia Mental Maturity Scale, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w3_in10.pdf
German instructions of Columbia Mental Maturity Scale, 5th wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w5_in11.pdf
German instructions of Culture Fair Intelligence Test, 7th wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w7_in12.pdf
German instructions of Culture Fair Intelligence Test, 9th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w9_in13.pdf
German instructions of Culture Fair Intelligence Test, 10th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w10_in14.pdf
German instructions of Piagetian number conservation task, 1st wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w1_in15.pdf
German instructions of Piagetian number conservation task, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w3_in16.pdf
German instructions of self-regulation-test, 3rd wave, 1st measurement point wtfz05lo22_w3_in17.pdf
German instructions of Self-Regulation-Test for Children, 5th wave, 3rd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w5_in18.pdf
German instructions of Self-Regulation-Test for Children, 6th wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w6_in19.pdf
German instructions of "PSB Prfsystem fr Schul-und Bildungsberatung", 8. wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w8_in20.pdf
German instructions of "PSB Prfsystem fr Schul-und Bildungsberatung", 10. wave, 2nd measurement point wtfz05lo22_w10_in21.pdf
Concordance list of items of the Hannover-Wechsler Intelligence Scale and the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Scale across the waves 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 10 and 11 wtfz05lo22_w1w2w4w6w9w10w11_iz1.txt
Concordance list of items of the Columbia Mental Maturity Scale across the waves 1, 3 and 5 wtfz05lo22_w1w3w5_iz2.txt
Concordance list of items of the Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT) across the waves 7, 9, 10 and 11 wtfz05lo22_w7w9w10w11_iz3.txt
Concordance list of items of the Piagetian number conservation task across the waves 1 and 3 wtfz05lo22_w1w3_iz4.txt
Concordance list of items of the Arlin Test of Formal Reasoning (ATFR) across the waves 8, 9 and 10 wtfz05lo22_w8w9w10_iz5.txt
Concordance list of items of the self-regulation-test across the waves 3, 5 and 6 wtfz05lo22_w3w5w6_iz6.txt
Concordance list of items of the PSB Prfsystems fr Schul- und Bildungsberatung across the waves 8 and 10 wtfz05lo22_w8w10_iz7.txt

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Publications Directly Related to the Dataset

Publications Directly Related to the Dataset
Kuhl, J., & Kraska, K. (1993). Self-regulation: Psychometric properties of a computer-aided instrument. German Journal of Psychology, 17 (1), 11-24.Datensatz 0072100
Schneider, W. (1988). Identifying reciprocal causal effects in developmental patterns: An example from the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC). Paper Nr. 3/1988. Mnchen: Max-Planck-Institut fr Psychologische Forschung.Datensatz 0029759
Schneider, W. (1990). Intelligenzentwicklung zwischen dem 4. und 8. Lebensjahr. In: W. Schneider, M. Knopf, E. Stern, A. Helmke, & J. Asendorpf (Hrsg.), Die Entwicklung kognitiver, motivationaler und sozialer Kompetenzen zwischen dem 4. und 8. Lebensjahr. Mnchen: Max-Planck-Institut fr Psychologische Forschung.Datensatz 0050383
Schneider, W. (2007). Entwicklung der Intelligenz im Kindesalter. In M. Hasselhorn & W. Schneider (Hrsg.), Handbuch der Entwicklungspsychologie (S. 277-288). Gttingen: Hogrefe.Datensatz 0217427
Schneider, W. (2008). Entwicklung der Intelligenz und des Denkvermgens in Kindheit, Jugend und Erwachsenenalter. In: W. Schneider (Ed.), Entwicklung von der Kindheit bis zum Erwachsenenalter. Befunde der Mnchner Lngsschnittstudie LOGIK (S. 43-66). Weinheim: Beltz Psychologie Verlags Union.Datensatz 0211365
Schneider, W., Bullock, M., & Sodian, B. (1998). Die Entwicklung des Denkens und der Intelligenzunterschiede zwischen Kindern. In: F.E. Weinert (Hrsg.), Entwicklung im Kindesalter (S. 53-74). Weinheim: Psychologie Verlags Union.Datensatz 0122279
Schneider, W., Niklas, F., & Schmiedeler, S. (2014). Intellectual development from early childhood to early adulthood: The impact of early IQ differences on stability and change over time. Learning and Individual Differences, 32, 156-162.Datensatz 0284368
Schneider, W., Perne, J., Bullock, M., Stefanek, J., & Ziegler, A. (1999). Development of intelligence and thinking. In: F.E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.), Individual development from 3 to 12. Findings from the Munich Longitudinal Study (pp 9-28). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Datensatz 0133443
Schneider, W., & Stefanek, J. (2004). Entwicklungsvernderungen allgemeiner kognitiver Fhigkeiten und schulbezogener Fertigkeiten im Kindes- und Jugendalter. Evidenz fr einen Schereneffekt? Zeitschrift fr Entwicklungspsychologie und Pdagogische Psychologie, 36 (3), 147-159. DOI: 10.1026/0049-8637.36.3.147 Datensatz 0172722
Schneider, W., Stefanek, J., & Niklas, F. (2009). Development of intelligence and thinking. In: W. Schneider & M. Bullock (Eds.), Human development from early childhood to early adulthood. Findings from a 20 year longitudinal study (pp 7-33). New York: Psychology Press.Datensatz 0220224

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Utilized Test Methods

Utilized Test Methods
Burgemeister, B., Blum, L., & Lorge, I. (1972). Columbia Mental Maturity Scale. New York: Hartcourt Brace.
Eggert, D. (1978). Hannover Wechsler Intelligenztest fr das Vorschulalter (HAWIVA). Bern: Huber
Horn, W. (1969). PSB Prfsystem fr Schul- und Bildungsberatung. Gttingen: Hogrefe.Datensatz 9000369
Kuhl, J., & Kraska, K. (1992). Selbstregulations- und Konzentrationstest fr Kinder (SRKT-K). Gttingen: Hogrefe.Datensatz 9002649
Schuck, K. D., & Eggert, D. (1975). Hannover-Wechsler-Intelligenztest fr das Vorschulalter. Bern: Huber.Datensatz 9000239
Tewes, U. (1985). Hamburg-Wechsler-Intelligenztest fr Kinder (HAWIK-R). Bern: Huber.Datensatz 9000249
Tewes, U. (1991). HAWIE-R Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligenztest fr Erwachsene - Revision 1991. Bern: Huber.Datensatz 9002415
Weiss, R. (1987). Grundintelligenztest CFT 20. Braunschweig: Westermann.Datensatz 9000091

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