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The WISC (Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children)

The WISC is useful not only as an intelligence test, but also as a clinical tool. Many practitioners use it as a tool to diagnose attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and learning disabilities, for example. This is usually done through a process called pattern analysis, in which the various subtests' scores are compared to one another and clusters of unusually low scores in relation to the others are searched for. David Wechsler himself suggested this in 1958 (Kaplan & Saccuzzo, 2005).
Verbal Comprehension, perceptual reasoning, working memory, processing speed.


Resources for use in preparation for this assessment: (view information on other assessments **)

Building Thinking Skills, Hands On Primary Kindergarten through 1st grade
Building Thinking Skills, Level One Grades 2-3 
Building Thinking Skills, Level Two Grades 4-6   
Building Thinking Skills, Figural Grades 7-12
Building Thinking Skills, Verbal Grades 7-12




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