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  • Murphy, Raegan; Maree, David J. F. (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2006-03)
    Dynamic assessment, which is often characterised by the learning potential approach across the world and in South Africa, is receiving more attention from educators and research practitioners alike. When compared to the ...
  • Murphy, Raegan (2008-04)
    Dynamic assessment’s history stretches back to antiquity but its formal beginnings are more recent. The dynamic assessment movement, inspired largely by the works of Binet, Vygotsky and Feuerstein, has coalesced into a ...
  • Murphy, Raegan; Maree, David J. F. (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2009-12)
    Dynamic assessment is currently poised at a juncture at which theoretical and practical assessment resolutions are necessitated. Such issues concern theoretical approaches towards  psycho-educational assessment.  In order ...
  • Murphy, Raegan (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2010-06)
    The article reviews the book "Introduction to Psychological Assessment in the South African context," edited by C. Foxcroft and G. Roodt.
  • Cassimjee, Nafisa; Murphy, Raegan (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2010-06)
    We investigate the association between temperament and character dimensions, on the one hand,and computerised neuropsychological test performance, on the other hand. Temperament and character dimensions were operationalised ...
  • Murphy, Raegan; Cassimjee, Nafisa; Schur, Clare (Australian Academic Press, 2011-03)
    The study explored the evidence for the cross-cultural transportability of non-verbal neuropsychological tests to the South African setting. Six hundred and thirty South African first year students were assessed using the ...
  • Murphy, Raegan; te Nijenhuis, Jan; van Eeden, Rene (2011-11)
    This is a study of secular score gains in South Africa. The findings are based on representative samples from datasets utilized in norm studies of popular mainstream intelligence batteries such as the WAIS as well as widely ...
  • te Nijenhuis, Jan; Cho, Sun Hee; Murphy, Raegan; Lee, Kun Ho (Elsevier, 2012-07)
    Secular gains in IQ test scores have been reported for many Western countries. This is the first study of secular IQ gains in South Korea, using various datasets. The first question is what the size of the Flynn effect in ...