The Remote Associates Test uses language stimuli to measure creativity. As it would be interesting to have a test which could be given in two different modalities, we started work towards a visual variant of the (compound) Remote Associates Test.
We constructed a set of visual queries which as a researcher you can obtain by contacting us. Here are two queries which we use to explain the task:
Example 1 - what could these objects have in common? Answer: Hand
Example 2 - what could these objects have in common? Answer: Water
A variant of comRAT, comRAT-V, can answer these queries. comRAT-V uses visual associates to attempt to answer these queries. See comRAT-V in action below:
For more details, read the paper:
Mednick, S.A., Mednick, M., 1971 - Remote associates test: Examiner’s manual. Houghton Mifflin.