Inter–item correlation matrix
Interestingly enough, however, the inter-item correlations for the
tasks which were supposed to test the same ability were not as
high, being in the range (.423–.576) and (.323–.484) for the pre-
and the post-assessment, respectively (See Table 4 for
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