The Short Version of the Hagen Matrices Test (HMT-S): 6-Item Induction Intelligence Test

Timo Heydasch, Julia Haubrich, Karl-Heinz Renner


The short version of the Hagen Matrices Test (HMT-S) is a free of charge online intelligence test measuring induction in reference to the CHC model of intelligence (Schneider/McGrew 2012). The 6-item HMT-S is based on the 20-item Hagen Matrices Test (HMT; Heydasch/Renner/Haubrich/Hilbig/Zettler 2013). The internal consistency of the HMT-S in our studies was .62. The correlations with the original scale were r = .79 in a first study and r = .78 in a second one. In addition, convergent validity was shown by correlations with the Intelligence Structure Test 2000 R (Liepmann/Beauducel/Brocke/Amthauer 2007). Associations with academic performance indicated criterion related validity. To sum it up, the HMT-S is a reliable, valid, economic, and efficient intelligence test. Free applications can be requested via

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