Kaufman assessment battery for children


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Kaufman assessment battery for children

(kowf′măn)
[Alan and Nadeen Kaufman, U.S. educators]
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K-ABC

A test consisting of 16 subtests, used to assess cognitive development in children ages 3 to 18. This intelligence test, consisting of both verbal and nonverbal subtests, asks children to place objects in order or logical sequence. It may be used alone or with other intelligence tests to gauge overall intelligence.
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