Volume 11, Issue 3 (1982)
A Review of the Perkins-Binet Tests of Intelligence fort he Blind With Suggestions for Administration
Judy Genschaft, Marjorie Ward
ABSTRACT: Psychologists have a new instrument to assess both the verbal and performance functions of low vision and blind children now that the Perkins-Binet Tests of Intelligence for the Blind have been completed. The purpose of this article is to review the essential features of the Perkins-Binet and to discuss problems and limitations in the test kit and manual. Recommendations are also made for smoother administration of both forms of the test.
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