WISC Subtest Patterns as Discriminators of Perceptual Disability

Miller, Maurice; Stoneburner, Robert L.; Brecht, Richard D.
August 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Aug/Sep1978, Vol. 11 Issue 7
Academic Journal
Evaluates the utility of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) in the diagnosis of perceptual dysfunction. Comparison of three WISC patterns; Delineation of probable learning process correlates; Discrepancy between verbal and performance scores; Implication for in-field diagnosis of perceptual dysfunction in children.


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