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Volume 6, Issue 4 (1977)

Book Reviews

pp. 66—68

Assessment of Children’s Intelligence is based on the premise that administering an individual intelligence test amounts to more than getting an IQ score, and that intellectual assessment is but one facet of the broader process of psychological evaluation. In experiences with students in psychology and education attempting to master the intricacies of psychological testing, Jerome M. Sattler, Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University, apparently saw the need for a comprehensive work which takes such a perspective.

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