Description of Cognitive Subtests. WJ IV. DAS-II KABC-II. Leiter-R SB-5. WISC-V CTOPP-2. Bayley, 3. rd Ed. Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Cognitive Abilities (WJ-IV) On the Oral Vocabulary subtest, the student was asked to provide synonyms, and to provide antonyms for words.
The Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (KABC) is a clinical instrument (psychological diagnostic test) for assessing cognitive development.Its construction incorporates several recent developments in both psychological theory and statistical methodology. The test was developed by Alan S. Kaufman and Nadeen L. Kaufman in 1983 and revised in 2004.. The test has been translated and adopted.
Quickly acquire the knowledge and skills you need to confidently administer, score, and interpret the KABC-II Now designed for children aged three to eighteen, the KABC-II is among the top tier of childrens tests of cognitive ability. Alan and Nadeen Kaufman, authors of the KABC-II, joined forces with Elizabeth Lichtenberger and Elaine Fletcher-Janzen to produce Essentials of KABC-II Assessment.This study was carried out to determine the construct validity of the KABC-II in Ugandan children with a history of CM. After subjecting thirteen subtests intended to measure Learning, Simultaneous Processing, Sequential Processing and Planning to factor analysis, four factors emerged with subtests measuring these abilities loading on the same factor.Psychology in Schools, 46 (6), 515-525. ABSTRACT: The present study assessed the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition (KABC-II) in relation to the synthesized Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory of intelligence with a preschool sample. Participants were 200 preschool children between four and five years of age. A confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was conducted, and different.
A COMPARISON STUDY: THE KABC-II AND THE WJ-IV COG WITH STUDENTS REFERRED FOR ACADEMIC PROBLEMS Thesis submitted to the Graduate College of Marshall University In partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Education Specialist In School Psychology By Desiree Rachelle Nutt Approved by: Sandra S. Stroebel, Ph.D, Committee Chairperson.Read More
A profile analysis of the KABC-II subtests found the African American and Caucasian groups performed at an overall similar level, but did not show the same pattern of highs and lows. Specifically, Caucasians scored significantly higher than African Americans on the Expressive Vocabulary subtest which measures the CHC narrow ability of Lexical Knowledge.Read More
This study used profile analysis to investigate the interpretability of the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition (KABC-II), in terms of the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory among ethnically diverse preschool children. Forty-nine African American and 49 Caucasian preschool children from a Midwestern city were included in the study and were matched for age, sex, and level of.Read More
The KABC-II yields four or five scales, depending on which interpretive model examiners use. The CHC model organizes subtests according to Short-Term Memory, Visual Processing, Long-Term Storage and Retrieval, Fluid Reasoning, and Crystallized Ability scales, yielding a.Read More
During this webinar we will look at a practical and psychometrically sound method for utilizing the Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement, 3rd Edition to successfully screen for academic difficulties, complete a comprehensive assessment for diagnostic purposes, and ultimately monitor the progress of academic interventions and services.Read More
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This paper is a summary of a validity study conducted with the Taos Pueblo Indian children and the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition (KABC-II). The purpose of the study was to gain further understanding of the cognitive functioning of Taos children and to assist in an extensive prepublication investigation of the cultural fairness of the KABC-II.Read More
There is no change to the KABC-II Assessment or Administration of the test. The “ Not Supported ” status is only applicable for the Scoring Software for the KABC-II.Read More
The KABC-II scales of Sequential Processing, Simultaneous Processing, Planning and Learning were administered. In order to identify which factors result from administering the KABC-II in these children, factor analysis using principal component analysis with Varimax rotation was applied to the subtests making up the above scales.Read More
KABC-II scales and subtests yield a detailed picture of cognitive ability and processing skills Easy-to-administer subtests feature engaging tasks, so children stay focused and provide their best effort. Each scale concentrates on a defined area of ability to ensure you have a.Read More