Leiter International Performance Scale

Lei·ter In·ter·na·tion·al Per·form·ance Scale

(lī'tĕr),
a nonverbal (performance) test for measuring intelligence that contains norms for each age between 2 and 18; originally developed as a method of assessing the comparative intellectual abilities of white, Chinese, and Japanese children, but now occasionally used for assessing slow learners and those who are blind, deaf, or verbally handicapped.
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Leiter,

Russell G., U.S. psychologist, 1901–.
Leiter International Performance Scale - a nonverbal test for measuring intelligence.
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