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Featuring reproducible forms, sample scripts, and other clinical tools, this indispensable book shows how to select, administer, and interpret evidence-based intelligence tests for a variety of purposes. It provides quick-reference guidelines for comprehensively assessing an individual K-12 student and sharing the results through effective written reports and in-person meetings. Basic concepts in intellectual assessment are concisely explained and the role of testing in a response-to-intervention framework is addressed. The large-size format and lay-flat binding facilitate photocopying; purchasers also get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials. This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series.
John H. Kranzler, PhD, is Professor and Program Director of School Psychology in the School of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies at the University of Florida. He has received numerous awards for his research, including article-of-the-year awards in School Psychology Quarterly and School Psychology Review. Dr. Kranzler was Associate Editor of School Psychology Quarterly for 6 years and has served on the editorial boards of a number of other journals. His research focuses on the nature, development, and assessment of human cognitive abilities. Randy G. Floyd, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Memphis and a member of the University's Institute of Intelligent Systems. Dr. Floyd is Editor of the Journal of School Psychology, and has served on the editorial boards of several other journals. His research interests include the structure, measurement, and correlates of cognitive abilities and the technical properties of early numeracy measures.
Table of Contents
1. What Is Intelligence? 2. How and Why Do People Differ in Intelligence? 3. Ethics in Assessment 4. The Assessment Process with Children and Adolescents, with Ryan L. Farmer 5. Selecting the Best Intelligence Tests 6. Interpreting Intelligence Test Scores 7. A Review of Intelligence Tests, with Ryan L. Farmer 8. Sharing the Results of Individual Assessments 9. Response to Intervention and Intellectual Assessment 10. Assessment of Intellectual Disability 11. Assessment of Intellectual Giftedness 12. Assessment of Learning Disabilities 13. Assessment of Children and Adolescents from Diverse Cultural and Linguistic Backgrounds