9781593851255

Contemporary Intellectual Assessment, Second Edition Theories, Tests, and Issues

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    9781593851255

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    1593851251

  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 2005-03-10
  • Publisher: The Guilford Press
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This comprehensive work provides information about theory and research on assessment of intellectual abilities and processes. Leading test authors, theorists, and scholars review the conceptual and research underpinnings of recent editions of intelligence tests, including the WISC-IV, KABC-II, SB5, and WJ III, and offer recommendations for interpretation.

Author Biography

Dawn P. Flanagan, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at St. John’s University in New York. She writes and conducts research on such topics as the structure of intelligence, psychoeducational assessment, learning disabilities evaluation and diagnosis, and professional issues in school psychology. Dr. Flanagan’s articles and chapters on these topics appear in school and clinical psychology journals and books. She is senior author of <I>The Wechsler Intelligence Scales and<I*> <I>Gf-Gc<I*> <I>Theory: A Contemporary Approach to Interpretation<I*>, <I>Essentials of Cross-Battery Assessment<I*>, <I>The Achievement Test Desk Reference (ATDR): Comprehensive Assessment of Learning Disabilities<I*>, <I>Diagnosing Learning Disability in Adulthood<I*>, and <I>Essentials of WISC-IV Assessment<I*>; coauthor of <I>The Intelligence Test Desk Reference (ITDR): Gf-Gc Cross-Battery Assessment<I*> and <I>Essentials of WJ III Cognitive Assessment<I*>; and coeditor of <I>Clinical Use and Interpretation of the WJ III.<I*> Dr. Flanagan is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Specialties, as well as a past recipient of the APA’s Lightner Whitmer Award.

Patti L. Harrison, PhD, is Professor in the School Psychology Program and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Alabama. She has conducted research on intelligence, adaptive behavior, and preschool assessment. Dr. Harrison’s articles and chapters on assessment topics appear in school and clinical psychology and special education journals and texts, and she has presented over 100 refereed and invited presentations on these topics at conferences of professional organizations in psychology and education. She was Editor of <I>School Psychology Review<I*> and has been an editorial board member for several school psychology and related journals, including <I>School Psychology Quarterly<I*>, the <I>Journal of School Psychology<I*>, the <I>Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment<I*>, the <I>American Journal on Mental Retardation<I*>, and <I>Diagnostique<I*>.

Table of Contents

I. The Origins of Intellectual Assessment
1(38)
A History of Intelligence Assessment
3(20)
John D. Wasserman
David S. Tulsky
A History of Intelligence Test Interpretation
23(16)
Randy W. Kamphaus
Anne Pierce Winsor
Ellen W. Rowe
Sangwon Kim
II. Contemporary and Emerging Theoretical Perspectives
39(144)
Foundations for Better Understanding of Cognitive Abilities
41(28)
John L. Horn
Nayena Blankson
The Three-Stratum Theory of Cognitive Abilities
69(8)
John B. Carroll
Assessment Based on Multiple-Intelligences Theory
77(26)
Jie-Qi Chen
Howard Gardner
The Triarchic Theory of Successful Intelligence
103(17)
Robert J. Sternberg
Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, Successive (Pass) Theory: A Revision of the Concept of Intelligence
120(16)
Jack A. Naglieri
J. P. Das
The Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory of Cognitive Abilities: Past, Present, and Future
136(47)
Kevin S. Mcgrew
III. Contemporary and Emerging Interpretive Approaches
183(112)
The Impact of the Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory on Test Development and Interpretation of Cognitive and Academic Abilities
185(18)
Vincent C. Alfonso
Dawn P. Flanagan
Suzan Radwan
Information-Processing Approaches to Interpretation of Contemporary Intellectual Assessment Instruments
203(31)
Randy G. Floyd
Advances in Cognitive Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Individuals
234(17)
Samuel O. Ortiz
Salvador Hector Ochoa
Issues in Subtest Profile Analysis
251(18)
Marley W. Watkins
Joseph J. Glutting
Eric A. Youngstrom
Linking Cognitive Assessment Results to Academic Interventions for Students with Learning Disabilities
269(26)
Nancy Mather
Barbara J. Wendling
IV. New and Revised Intelligence Batteries
295(190)
The Wechsler Scales
297(28)
Jianjun Zhu
Larry Weiss
Interpreting the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition
325(19)
Gale H. Roid
Mark Pomplun
The Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children---Second Edition and the Kaufman Adolescent and Adult Intelligence Test
344(27)
James C. Kaufman
Alan S. Kaufman
Jennie Kaufman-Singer
Nadeen L. Kaufman
Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Abilities
371(31)
Fredrick A. Schrank
The Differential Ability Scales
402(23)
Colin D. Elliott
The Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test
425(16)
R. Steve McCallum
Bruce A. Bracken
The Cognitive Assessment System
441(20)
Jack A. Naglieri
Introduction to the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales and the Reynolds Intellectual Screening Test
461(24)
Cecil R. Reynolds
Randy W. Kamphaus
V. Use of Intelligence Tests in Different Populations
485(94)
Use of Intelligence Tests in the Assessment of Preschoolers
487(17)
Laurie Ford
V. Susan Dahinten
Use of Intelligence Tests in the Identification of Giftedness
504(17)
David E. Mcintosh
Felicia A. Dixon
Psychoeducational Assessment and Learning Disability Diagnosis
521(24)
Dawn P. Flanagan
Jennifer T. Mascolo
Use of Intelligence Tests with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations
545(12)
Samuel O. Ortiz
Agnieszka M. Dynda
A Comparative Review of Nonverbal Measures of Intelligence
557(22)
Jeffery P. Braden
Michelle S. Athanasiou
VI. Emerging Issues and New Directions in Intellectual Assessment
579(64)
Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis to Aid in Understanding the Constructs Measured by Intelligence Tests
581(34)
Timothy Z. Keith
Using the Joint Test Standards to Evaluate the Validity Evidence for Intelligence Tests
615(16)
Jeffery P. Braden
Bradley C. Niebling
Intelligence Tests in an Era of Standards-Based Educational Reform
631(12)
Rachel Brown-Chidsey
Author Index 643(12)
Subject Index 655

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