I just wanted to point out a correction for one of the problems as well as some patterns which could justify a clear answer in one of the "ASCII matrices." For number series #4, the multiplier between 3 and 12 is not 2 as claimed but rather 4. Making that 3 into 6, while a bit confusing given the alternating 6s, would match the pattern provided by ChatGPT.

As for the first "ASCII matrix," you could view the 3x3 grid as a portion of a larger lattice of negative slope diagonals consisting of the same symbols/expressions in each diagonal. Since the main diagonal already consists of O, the bottom right would have to be O. Otherwise, you could pattern match to the completed rows and columns. Row 1 ( O -> X -> O, X) could be used to deduce that O should go in the bottom right by filling in column 3. Likewise, column 1 (O -> X, O -> O, X) could be used to deduce that O should go in the bottom right by filling in row 3. These answers just so happen to agree with ChatGPT's solution, but I too was perplexed by its method of arriving at this solution.

Obviously someone could concoct a convoluted enough pattern (or none at all) which would only differentiate itself with access to a larger window of the lattice but matching on this particular subset (i.e., an extension in mathematics), so it's not possible to conclusively prove that it must be the solution I came up with. However, I would like to think that the existence of multiple patterns converging on the same solution is reasonable evidence.

You can ask it to make questions in formats like anki cloze deletion and then use the code interpreter to make a csv file you just upload to Anki. Makes spaced repetition much easier. Just give it topics or text.

I tried to create a maven matrix using the data analyst/code interpreter.

ChatGPT first had nonsense results, using the same symbol for each cell. However, it often works best to decompose the problem so I first tried to get her to describe the solution to a raven matrix and then make an image of it. This did give a reasonable result. I think.

"Correct answer: He paid for every 2 out of every 3 books, so he paid for 4 books. (The intuitive answer is actually correct in this case, which can trip up someone expecting a twist.)"

The first generated CRT question was just rephrasing of the original. But the second one actually tripped me up when I was trying to solve it both correctly and intuitively.

Sadly the third had just too large numbers to ever work and the twist was not working again.

## How to make psychology items (questions) with ChatGPT4

I just wanted to point out a correction for one of the problems as well as some patterns which could justify a clear answer in one of the "ASCII matrices." For number series #4, the multiplier between 3 and 12 is not 2 as claimed but rather 4. Making that 3 into 6, while a bit confusing given the alternating 6s, would match the pattern provided by ChatGPT.

As for the first "ASCII matrix," you could view the 3x3 grid as a portion of a larger lattice of negative slope diagonals consisting of the same symbols/expressions in each diagonal. Since the main diagonal already consists of O, the bottom right would have to be O. Otherwise, you could pattern match to the completed rows and columns. Row 1 ( O -> X -> O, X) could be used to deduce that O should go in the bottom right by filling in column 3. Likewise, column 1 (O -> X, O -> O, X) could be used to deduce that O should go in the bottom right by filling in row 3. These answers just so happen to agree with ChatGPT's solution, but I too was perplexed by its method of arriving at this solution.

Obviously someone could concoct a convoluted enough pattern (or none at all) which would only differentiate itself with access to a larger window of the lattice but matching on this particular subset (i.e., an extension in mathematics), so it's not possible to conclusively prove that it must be the solution I came up with. However, I would like to think that the existence of multiple patterns converging on the same solution is reasonable evidence.

You can ask it to make questions in formats like anki cloze deletion and then use the code interpreter to make a csv file you just upload to Anki. Makes spaced repetition much easier. Just give it topics or text.

I tried to create a maven matrix using the data analyst/code interpreter.

ChatGPT first had nonsense results, using the same symbol for each cell. However, it often works best to decompose the problem so I first tried to get her to describe the solution to a raven matrix and then make an image of it. This did give a reasonable result. I think.

https://github.com/pkriens/foobar/issues/1

edited Sep 7"I don't know if this works"

It does. Not sure if it'll make sense, but: Niejedno[znaczna] :: Wielo[znaczna].

NieJedno -> not-single. Wielo -> multi.

Znaczenie = meaning / sense / significance.

"Correct answer: He paid for every 2 out of every 3 books, so he paid for 4 books. (The intuitive answer is actually correct in this case, which can trip up someone expecting a twist.)"

The first generated CRT question was just rephrasing of the original. But the second one actually tripped me up when I was trying to solve it both correctly and intuitively.

Sadly the third had just too large numbers to ever work and the twist was not working again.