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Essentials of Cross-Battery Assessment
Series Preface xiii Acknowledgments xv One Overview 1 Two How to Organize a Cross-Battery Assessment Using Cognitive, Achievement, and Neuropsychological Batteries 45 Three How to Interpret Test DataExpand
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The Impact of the Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory on Test Development and Interpretation of Cognitive and Academic Abilities.
In recent years, the Cattell–Horn–Carroll (CHC) theory has had a significant impact on the measurement of cognitive abilities and the interpretation of intelligence test performance. The purpose ofExpand
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The extended satisfaction with life scale: Development and psychometric properties
The development and psychometric properties of the Extended Satisfaction With Life Scale (ESWLS) are described in detail. The ESWLS is a 50-item self-report scale that measures satisfaction with lifeExpand
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Integration of response to intervention and norm‐referenced tests in learning disability identification: Learning from the Tower of Babel
Significant limitations in research on learning disability (LD) have included failure to incorporate well-validated guiding theories, use of vague or nonspecific operational definitions, and lack ofExpand
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Test Review: Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fourth Edition (WISC-IV)
Within the field of psychological assessment, the Wechsler scales continue to be the most widely used intelligence batteries. The concepts, methods, and procedures inherent in the design of theExpand
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Common WISC-III Examiner Errors: Evidence from Graduate Students in Training.
Sixty WISC-III protocols, administered by graduate students in training, were examined to obtain preliminary data on the frequency and types of administration and scoring errors that examineesExpand
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Psychoeducational Assessment of Preschool Children
1.Michael F. Kelley and Elaine Surbeck, History of Preschool Assessment. 2.Richard J. Nagle, Issues in Preschool Assessment. 3.Bruce A. Bracken, Maximizing Construct Relevant Assessment: The OptimalExpand
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Convergent Validity of the BASC and SSRS: Implications for Social Skills Assessment.
The present study examined the psychometric relationship between two new rating scales, the Behavior Assessment System for Children (BASC; Reynolds & Kamphaus, 1992) and the Social Skills RatingExpand
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