WAIS-R


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WAIS-RWechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised
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Sex, race, residence, region, and education differences on the 11 WAIS-R subtests.
To increase the clinical yield of the WAIS-R Digit Symbol and WAIS-III DS-Coding subtests, it was suggested that progress be recorded at the end of each 30-second time interval as the subtest progresses (Kaplan, Fein, Morris, & Delis, 1991; Lichtenberger & Kaufman, 2009).
1994), valoraron con la WAIS-R y la escala de memoria de Wechsler, el efecto postoperatorio de la cirugia del lado derecho en pacientes afectos de epilepsia del lobulo temporal, sobre el desempeno en la escala general de inteligencia y en memoria verbal y encontraron una mejoria significativa en relacion con las puntuaciones obtenidas en el preoperatorio; Quintana et al.
Evaluation of Kaufman's short forms of the WAIS-R with psychiatric inpatients.
The Verbal IQ yielded by the WAIS-R or the third edition of the WAIS (the WAIS-III) is roughly equivalent to Gc, whereas the Performance IQ is roughly equivalent to Gf (7).
The battery of testings for the WAIS-R I underwent for the neurological evaluation have been revised from theft original counterparts.
For example, Zachary, Paulson and Gorsuch (1985) found that Shipley Total scores are significantly correlated with WAIS-R estimated IQ scores, and Schear and Harrison (1988) later replicated their findings using a sample of 125 patients in a VA hospital setting.
These studies, therefore, continue the work of previous investigators, who examined age-by-age changes on the WAIS and WAIS-R, by addressing the relationship of several of Horn's constructs within his expanded notion of Gf-Gc theory to age changes across the adult life span.
Salvia, Gajar, Gajria & Salvia reported in 1988 that WAIS-R profiles of non-disabled and learning disabled college freshmen were largely indistinguishable.
This is particularly true of verbal abilities tests such as WAIS-R vocabulary (Ogden & McFarlane-Nathan, 1997), and Boston Naming Test (Barker-Collo, 2001; Barker-Collo, 2007), and tests of verbal memory such as the California Verbal Learning Test-II (Barker-Collo, Clarkson, Cribb & Grogan, 2002).
The first was a single, general factor model in which all WAIS-R subtests and IT loaded on the general factor.
The discussion of the norms which form the WAIS-R includes information on certain difficulties that have been encountered with the norms for young adults 16 to 19 years of age.