Wegner, D. M. (1979). Hidden Brain Damage Scale. American Psychologist, 34(2), 192-193.
Of the many psychometric devices designed to measure the dimensions of human variation, the Hidden Brain Damage Scale stands alone as the only instrument capable of predicting preference for pimento loaf. For this reason, and despite the sizable revenues that might accrue from the copyright, we offer the scale here for public consumption. It was authored in a flurry of graduate school insight some years ago by Robin Vallacher (Illinois Institute of Technology), Christopher Gilbert (private practice, Ridgewood, New Jersey), and myself. Although a true-false format is recommended, we have found that many test-takers opt for the response of getting tangled up in the drapery. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)