Test Review: L. Brown, R. J. Sherbenou, & S. K. Johnsen Test of Nonverbal Intelligence-4 (TONI-4). Austin, TX: PRO-ED, 2010

@article{Ritter2011TestRL,
  title={Test Review: L. Brown, R. J. Sherbenou, \& S. K. Johnsen Test of Nonverbal Intelligence-4 (TONI-4). Austin, TX: PRO-ED, 2010},
  author={Nicola L. Ritter and Emin Kilinç and Bilgin Navruz and Yunhee Bae},
  journal={Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment},
  year={2011},
  volume={29},
  pages={484 - 488}
}
The Test of Nonverbal Intelligence–Fourth Edition (TONI-4) is an individually administered instrument created to assess intelligence. The distinguishing characteristic of the TONI-4 is the nonverbal, motor-reduced format that assesses common elements of intelligence without the confounding effects of motor or linguistic skills. The TONI-4 purports to assess the theoretical construct of fluid intelligence (Horn, 1965; Horn & Cattell, 1966) and general intelligence (Spearman, 1904); more… Expand
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