• tests
  • Wechsler originally created these tests to find out more about his patients at the Bellevue clinic and he found the then-current Binet IQ test unsatisfactory. (wikipedia.org)
  • When current IQ tests were developed, the median raw score of the norming sample is defined as IQ 100 and scores each standard deviation (SD) up or down are defined as 15 IQ points greater or less, although this was not always so historically. (wikipedia.org)
  • Even when students improve their scores on standardized tests, they do not always improve their cognitive abilities, such as memory, attention and speed. (wikipedia.org)
  • METHODS Ten high functioning subjects with autism spectrum disorder and 13 age and IQ matched controls were tested using recall tests. (bmj.com)
  • Do traditional IQ tests overlook some bright students? (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • Although educators still generally consider them good predictors of school performance, a faction of the psychological community is challenging the use of traditional standardized tests. (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • IQ tests, ingrained in the nation's education system, are as American as apple pie. (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • Today, in most U.S. school districts, students take at least two multiple-choice IQ tests during their early school years. (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • At the other end of the spectrum, individual IQ tests administered by school psychologists are frequently used to diagnose learning disabilities and mental retardation. (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • There were significant improvements with TMS for performance in the digit symbol substitution and verbal fluency tests, but no change of mood on a number of measures. (beds.ac.uk)
  • average
  • This was a turning point in psychology: A new type of test had been produced in which the average level of performance was the criterion. (wilderdom.com)
  • Today, Jensen, a professor of educational psychology at the University of California-Berkeley, is even more convinced that biology causes the 15-point gap in the average scores of blacks and whites. (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • measure
  • Jensen's troubling assertion spawned press reports that tended to portray IQ testing as a distasteful and inaccurate measure of individual ability. (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • early
  • To date, the UCLA method of early intensive behavioral intervention has received the most large-scale research attention and empirical support. (ubc.ca)
  • Consistent with the findings of Yoshinaga-Itano et al, 1 significantly better language scores were associated with early enrollment in intervention. (aappublications.org)
  • high
  • High scores can still be the ticket to America's own brand of privileged education -- public school classes for the gifted or expensive private schools geared to high achievers. (sunysuffolk.edu)
  • standard
  • An increase in maternal Ery-Se from the fifth to the 95th percentile [median: 0.44 μg/g hemoglobin (Hb)] was associated with an increase in full developmental score of 3.5 [95% confidence interval (CI): 0.1, 7. corresponding to 0.16 standard deviation (SD) at 5 y, and 8.1 (95% CI: 3.8, 13), corresponding to 0.24 SD at 10 y. (nih.gov)
  • The DSM-IV suggests that in order to be considered substantially below, a discrepancy of more than 2 standard deviations between achievement scores and IQ be present. (slideplayer.com)
  • among
  • Scientists such as Robert Rosenthal laid the groundwork for this understanding, revealing the importance of experimenter expectations in relation to participant performance and, among other things, the importance of experimenter gender ( 5 ). (cloudfront.net)
  • range
  • For Verbal Items, the child answers questions that address a broad range of general knowledge topics. (wikipedia.org)