Test Review: Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence—Second Edition (CTONI-2)

@article{Delen2012TestRC,
  title={Test Review: Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence—Second Edition (CTONI-2)},
  author={Erhan Delen and Fatih Kaya and Nicola L. Ritter},
  journal={Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={209 - 213}
}
The Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence—Second Edition (CTONI-2; Hammill, Pearson, & Wiederholt, 2009) is a nonverbal intelligence test created to assess reasoning and problem solving of children and adults. The goal of the CTONI-2 is to minimize the influence of language ability on intelligence test scores. Oral or pantomime instructions can be used during test administration, depending on whether the examiner wants to reduce or eliminate the use of language. The authors used ideas… Expand
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