K-ABC


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K-ABCKaufman Assessment Battery for Children (cognitive ability test)
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The psychological evaluation procedure included a psychometric assessment consisting of the application Cognitive and Language Scales of Bayley-III before the age 3.5 years and a subsequent measurement with other scales of different psychological functions (MSCA and /or K-ABC) from 4--4.5 years, and of psycholinguistic functions (ITPA) after 4.5 years.
The SETK 3-5 has shown discriminant validity with the standardized nonverbal K-ABC (Melchers & Preuss, 1992) and with the Viennese Development Test for children (Kastner-Koller & Deimann, 1998).
Pour evaluer les habiletes de dechiffrement, c'est un autre sous-test du K-ABC (Kaufman & Kaufman, 1993) qui a ete retenu : Lecture et dechiffrement.
These tests are influential worldwide, with the K-ABC currently being used in more than 20 countries.
Children who were born to mothers who had taken cod liver oil during pregnancy and lactation scored higher on the Mental Processing Composite of the K-ABC at four years of age as compared with children whose mothers had taken corn oil.
The Journal of Special Education had organized a special issue in 1984 devoted to the controversial test that I co-authored with my wife Nadeen, the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC; Kaufman & Kaufman, 1983).