The longitudinal stability of the WRAT-R Reading subtest: is it an appropriate estimate of premorbid intelligence?


Reading tests are assumed to be accurate estimates of premorbid intelligence, based on the belief that reading remains relatively stable following cerebral injury/disease. However, this assumption has been primarily inferred only from studies comparing differences in reading/intelligence measures between neurologically impaired and normal groups. The… (More)


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