Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale

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Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale

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any of a variety of testing procedures for measuring psychological traits and behavior, or for studying some specialized aspect of ability. Several forms of testing have arisen from the need to understand personality and its relationship to psychological
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The most authentic and standardised method to measure intelligence globally and for research is Wechsler intelligence scale for children (WISC) aged 6-16 years.12 It is unique as it focuses on conduction of multiple numbers of tests measuring the quality via performance rather than quantity of intelligence.12 Scoring criteria is based on performance and verbal questions.
Neuropsychological testing revealed normal cognitive and psychomotor development, with intelligence quotient (IQ) score of 126 on Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC).
Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children: Fourth Edition (WISC-IV) [Assessment instrument], San Antonio: Pearson.
Measures: The subtests selected for the purpose of screening of PSCI were taken from standardized batteries Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children,13 Wechsler Memory Scale,14 Bell's Test15 and Non-Verbal Learning Test.16 The subtests taken from WISC include: Mental Arithmetic, Digit Span and Block Design whereas subtests chosen from WMS include Orientation and Paired Associate Learning Test (Verbal).
Sua proposta influenciou a revisao de outras baterias para avaliacao intelectual, tais como a quinta revisao da Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-WISC-V (Kaufman, Raiford, & Coalson, 2016) e a segunda revisao da Differential Ability Scale-DAS (Sanders, McIntosh, Dunham, Rothlisberg, & Finch, 2007), nas quais foram incluidos outros subtestes para subsidiar uma avaliacao diferenciada das habilidades cognitivas.
For the work, a cohort of 541 9- to 11-year-olds in China, 54 percent boys and 46 percent girls, completed a questionnaire about how often they consumed fish in the past month, with options ranging from "never" to "at least once per week." They also took the Chinese version of an IQ test called the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised, which examines verbal and non-verbal skills such as vocabulary and coding.
The extensive neuropsychological battery involved the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised (WISC-R), the Selective Reminding Test (SRT, SRT-Delayed) from Rao's Brief Repeatable Battery (BRB), the Spatial Recall Test (SPART, SPART-D) from the BRB, the Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) from the BRB, Trail Making Test (TMT-A and TMT-B), Modified Card Sorting Test, Semantic Verbal Fluency Test (SVFT), Phonemic Verbal Fluency Test (PVFT), the Oral Denomination Test from the Aachener Aphasia Test, Token Test, the Indication of Pictures from the Neuropsychological Examination for Aphasia, and the Phrase Comprehension Test from the Battery for the Analysis of Aphasic Deficits (Table 3).
Intelligence scores were obtained by applying Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children--Revised (WISC-R) on a different day from the planned cognitive tests during the study period.
The kids also took the Chinese version of an IQ test that rates verbal and nonverbal skills, called the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-
2010), and on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) at 7 y (Bouchard et al.

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