Sometimes More is Too Much: A Rejoinder to the Commentaries on Greiff et al. (2015)
AbstractIn this rejoinder, we respond to two commentaries on the study by Greiff, S.; Stadler, M.; Sonnleitner, P.; Wolff, C.; Martin, R. Sometimes less is more: Comparing the validity of complex problem solving measures. Intelligence 2015, 50, 100–113. The study was the first to address the important comparison between a classical measure of complex problem solving (CPS) and the more recent multiple complex systems (MCS) approach regarding their validity. In the study, we investigated the relations between one classical microworld as the initially developed method (here, the Tailorshop) with three more recently developed multiple complex systems (MCS; here, MicroDYN, Genetics Lab, and MicroFIN) tests. We found that the MCS tests showed higher levels of convergent validity with each other than with the Tailorshop even after reasoning was controlled for, thus empirically distinguishing between the two approaches. The commentary by Kretzschmar and the commentary by Funke, Fischer, and Holt expressed several concerns with how our study was conducted, our data was analyzed, and our results were interpreted. Whereas we acknowledge and agree with some of the more general statements made in these commentaries, we respectfully disagree with others, or we consider them to be at least partially in contrast with the existing literature and the currently available empirical evidence. View Full-Text
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Greiff, S.; Stadler, M.; Sonnleitner, P.; Wolff, C.; Martin, R. Sometimes More is Too Much: A Rejoinder to the Commentaries on Greiff et al. (2015). J. Intell. 2017, 5, 6.
Greiff S, Stadler M, Sonnleitner P, Wolff C, Martin R. Sometimes More is Too Much: A Rejoinder to the Commentaries on Greiff et al. (2015). Journal of Intelligence. 2017; 5(1):6.Chicago/Turabian Style
Greiff, Samuel; Stadler, Matthias; Sonnleitner, Philipp; Wolff, Christian; Martin, Romain. 2017. "Sometimes More is Too Much: A Rejoinder to the Commentaries on Greiff et al. (2015)." J. Intell. 5, no. 1: 6.