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The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised (WAIS-R) Information subtest was used as an approximation of premorbid cognition (19,20).
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale - Re-vised (WAIS-R).
As a standardization of the WAIS-IV incidental recall component was not provided by the test publisher, clinicians wishing to interpret these scores might rely, as a rough guide, on norms from the WAIS-III or the results of studies on a variety of clinical samples that completed the WAIS or WAIS-R. However, the WAIS-IV CD is a new subtest (e.g., new number-symbol pairings and numbers appearing with equal frequencies in each row) to which the WAIS-III, WAIS-R, and WAIS norms do not apply.
Kaufman (2001) utilizou as amostras de padronizacao da WAIS-R e da WAIS-III para realizar diferentes estudos e verificar mudancas nas habilidades intelectuais relacionadas a idade.
Performance intelligence (PIQ) in WAIS-R showed a clear decrease and constructive disability was doubted.
In addition, no differences were found for the WAIS-R digit symbol (11.4 vs.
General linear model results education by age--statistically significant effects Main effect (P [is less than]) Interaction effect (P [is less Test Education Age than]) Abbreviated Mental Test 0.001 -- 0.013 Chinese Mini-Mental Status 0.001 0.004 -- Set test (animal category) 0.001 0.026 -- Word list memory (immediate recall) 0.001 0.009 -- Word list memory (delayed recall) 0.008 0.004 0.003 Word list (recognition) 0.010 0.001 -- Modified Boston naming test 0.001 0.034 -- WAIS-R block design 0.001 -- -- WAIS-R object assembly 0.001 -- -- Constructional praxis 0.001 -- -- WAIS-R, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised.
Odgen et al (2003) assessed 20 Maori and 20 non-Maori participants with several neuropsychological tests, some of which had been modified to better suit Maori participants (seven words in the Maori language were added to the WAIS-R Vocabulary subtest and a Design Fluency Test was included).
Furthermore, Morgan, Sullivan, Darden and Gregg (1997) compared the KAIT scores of 60 college students with and without learning disabilities with Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales-Revised (WAIS-R; Wechsler, 1997) scores and found no significant differences between mean test scores.
Kaufman (1990), en una encuesta a 402 psicologos clinicos, encontro que mas del 97% utilizaba el WAIS o el WAIS-R para evaluar inteligencia en adultos.
a) failed to account adequately for the chance significant findings that occur when many statistical analyses are conducted simultaneously; b) used an outdated measure of memory when a much-improved test was available at the time of testing; c) failed to consider the implications of the experimental interdependency of two key variables that were significantly related to PCBs; and d) controlled IQ (intelligence quotient) only with the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised (WAIS-R) vocabulary subtest.