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WAIS

Abbreviation for:
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
wide area information server

WAIS

Psychiatry Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, see there.
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Elite riders at the world championships will have had a chance to do a full practice route around 10 times, whereas Wais covered it just the once.
Participants were tested using the WAIS three times: EV1 (evaluation-1, year 1981), EV2 (evaluation-2, year 1996), and EV3 (evaluation-3, year 2012).
(11) The information subtest of Wechsler adult intelligence scale (WAIS) required subjects to answer standard questions concerning general knowledge.
Fortunately, the current study received 14 follow-up visits three months after craniotomy for the full assessment of WAIS. From the investigation, a significant improvement was found in VIQ, but in PIQ no change was observed when compared with those before surgery, respectively.
In the univariate analysis occupational functioning measures are correlated with all the measures derived from the CPT, with the WAIS digit symbol-coding test, and with most of the measures derived from the TMT-A, the TMT-B, and the WCST (with some variation in results for the different dimensions of occupational functioning); but most of these associations become insignificant after adjustment for the PANSS clinical symptom scores in the multivariate analyses.
The WAIS is thought to be particularly vulnerable to rising temperatures because much of the bedrock on which it sits is below sea level.
Second, and more importantly, WAIS is a marine-based ice sheet.
The order of presentation was not counterbalanced across participants, because it was anticipated that participant fatigue would significantly affect performance on the relational task if they were required to complete the WAIS first.
The study evaluated 138 adults (aged 21 29 years) with sickle cell disease and 37 controls, using a variety of cognitive tests, including the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-III), the Wechsler Memory Scales (WMS-III), the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement, the Test of T Everyday Attention (TEA), and the WAIS Processing Speed Index, which assesses attention and the ability to plan and coordinate visual information and motor activities.
Mustafa Wais, 36, a father of two, of Kent Street, Grangetown, Cardiff, was given a pounds 60 fixed-penalty notice by police for parking across the crossing in St Mary Street.
The Benfield study, published in March this year, looked at what would happen if major ice sheets - such as the Greenland and West Antarctic (WAIS) ice sheets - were to melt.