Performance IQ


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Performance IQ

A synonym for “nonverbal intelligence” as measured by standard psychometric tests.
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As explained previously, all mean WAIS-III IQs obtained for cohorts in 1995 were subsequently adjusted by adding 1.2 points to Verbal IQ, 4.8 points to Performance IQ, and 2.9 points to Full Scale IQ, to make them comparable to the 1978 WAIS-R IQs.
Similar to the results for children's intelligence, regression analyses revealed that maternal Performance IQ was a more important predictor of PPVT-R scores than was maternal Verbal IQ.
Yet, these assumed basic concepts have been researched to be quite difficult, especially psychological meaning of the WPPSI-R Performance IQ suspect due to hurrying the child through responses.
SD = Standard deviation, WAIS-III = Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale III, NART = National Adult Reading Test, FSIQ = Full Scale IQ, VIQ= Verbal IQ, PIQ = Performance IQ. All WAIS-III subtests have a mean of 10 and SD of 3; IQ scores have a mean of 100 and SD of 15.
Higher MnW was also significantly associated with lower Performance IQ scores in model A [[beta] = -2.3 (95% CI, -3.7 to -0.8)] and model B [[beta] = -3.1 (95% CI, -4.9 to -1.3)].
The WISC-R Performance IQ had the lowest correlations and shared only 27% variance with the K-BIT Vocabulary scale.
Test for performance IQ. The subtest 'Exclusion', also derived from the RAKIT, was used to test performance IQ.
The enhanced verbal and performance IQ scores of the experimental group indicate that American Indian students are capable of providing more information than they typically provide under standard testing conditions.
The battery contains 14 subtests, 11 of which provide Full Scale IQ (FSIQ), Verbal IQ (VIQ) and Performance IQ (P1Q) scores.
On the other hand, the interviews I conducted with the head injured who had a drop in the performance IQ did not reveal erotic fixations or histories of stalking, but certainly job and social rejection.
After controlling for prenatal exposure to cigarettes and cocaine, and postnatal factors of socioeconomic status, violence exposure, and quality of the home environment, the amount of prenatal alcohol exposure was not significantly associated with verbal or performance IQ.
Other specific abilities that might influence calendrical calculation are Arithmetic and Digit Span that are part of Verbal IQ and the Digit Symbol task from the Performance IQ Scales.

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