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An Exploratory Investigation of the Factor Structure of the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS)
This study investigated the factor structure of the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS) using rigorous exploratory factor analytic and factor extraction procedures. The results of thisExpand
Investigating the structure of the WJ-III Cognitive at school age.
  • Stefan C. Dombrowski
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • School psychology quarterly : the official…
  • 11 February 2013
TLDR
This study represents the first time to my knowledge that the WJ-III Cognitive has been subjected to EFA analyses given the instrument's significant use by practitioners and that it has served as the initial evidentiary base for Cattell-Horn-Carroll theory. Expand
After the Demise of the Discrepancy: Proposed Learning Disabilities Diagnostic Criteria
Pending legislation and positions taken by the U.S. Department of Education may radically alter current learning disabilities (LD) definitions and diagnostic approaches. Proposals include eliminatingExpand
Assessing Children's Homework Performance: Development of Multi-Dimensional, Multi-Informant Rating Scales.
TLDR
The findings of this study suggest that the HPQ is a promising set of measures for assessing student homework functioning and contextual factors that may influence performance. Expand
The Solomon Effect in Learning Disabilities Diagnosis: Can We Learn from History?
The Individuals with Disabilities Act (Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act; IDEIA, 2004) has been reauthorized, and new parameters for defining learning disabilities (LD) haveExpand
Structural Validity of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children–Fifth Edition: Confirmatory Factor Analyses With the 16 Primary and Secondary Subtests
TLDR
The factor structure of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth Edition standardization sample was examined using confirmatory factor analyses (CFA) with maximum likelihood estimation for all reported models from the WISC-V Technical and Interpretation Manual. Expand
Exploratory and higher order factor analysis of the WJ-III full test battery: a school-aged analysis.
TLDR
This study represents the first time the WJ-III full battery was subjected to EFA analyses given the instrument's significant use by practitioners and that it served as the initial evidentiary basis for Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory. Expand
Investigating the Theoretical Structure of the Stanford-Binet-Fifth Edition
The fifth edition of the Stanford-Binet test went through significant reformulation of its item content, administration format, standardization procedures, and theoretical structure. Additionally,Expand
Factor structure of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth Edition: Exploratory factor analyses with the 16 primary and secondary subtests.
TLDR
The factor structure of the 16 Primary and Secondary subtests of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth Edition was examined and it was concluded that the WISC-V provides strong measurement of general intelligence and clinical interpretation should be primarily at that level. Expand
A positive behavioural intervention for toddlers: parent–child attunement therapy
Parent–child attunement therapy (PCAT) is a promising intervention for toddlers (aged 12–30 months) who have experienced maltreatment. PCAT has two overall purposes: (1) to strengthen caregivers'Expand
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