Smita Prava Mishra

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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)
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)
Feature selection is a process to select a subset of required features which has the same or nearly same predictive capability as that of the original feature set. Feature selection is a necessary task to be accomplished before classification process, as it becomes difficult to train a classifier for a data set having high dimension (features) and hence,(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)
In countries like India, many mortality occurs every year because of improper pronouncement of disease on time. Many people remain deprived of medication as the people per doctor ratio are nearly 1:1700. Every human body and its physiological processes show some symptoms of a diseased condition. The proposed model in this paper would analyze those symptoms(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)
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