S P Mishra

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Examined the generalizability of the Bannatyne WISC-R profile of learning-disabled children to a sample of children from Mexican-American culture. A sample of 64 Mexican-Americans diagnosed as learning disabled were used in the study. Recategorized scores were subjected to 1 X 3 repeated measures ANOVAs and the differences between mean categorized scores(More)
Compared the scores obtained by high and low anxious Ss, when the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale was administered by a trained examiner, with those obtained when the test was administered mechanically. A sample of 40 Ss were classified into high and low anxious groups in terms of their scores on the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale. Each S was given half(More)
The construct validity of the Reitan-Indiana Neuropsychological Test Battery (R-INB)for Children with a learning disabled population was examined. Forty-two subjects classified as learning disabled also were administered the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised (WISC-R) and Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT) subtests. Factor analysis of the data(More)
Examined the WISC-R profiles of learning-disabled children from the Papago culture. A sample of 46 Papagos diagnosed as learning disabled were used in the study. Recategorized scores were subjected to 1 X 3 repeated measures ANOVA, and the differences between mean categorized scores were analyzed by Newman-Keuls tests for simple effects. Analysis of the(More)
Examined the comparability of the WAIS and WAIS-R by administering the two scales to a sample of 88 adults in a counterbalanced order. The obtained data were analyzed by correlational and repeated measure three-way analysis of variance procedure. The indices of obtained correlation coefficients suggested a high degree of similarity between the two scales.(More)
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