Volume 8, Issue 1 (1979)
WISC-R Research: Implications for Interpretation
Alan S. Kaufman
A selective review of the WISC-R literature is presented for the main purpose of relating the research results to test interpretation. The interpretive topics covered are inferences drawn from factor-analytic findings, subtest specificity,the meaning of normal inter-scale and intra-scale scatter, characteristic subtest profiles for some exceptional populations, assessment of minority group children,and WISC-WISC-R IQ differences.
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