Wais-R scatter with psychiatric inpatients: II. Intersubset scatter

Boone, Daniel E.
December 1993
Psychological Reports;Dec93, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p851
Academic Journal
Reports on the study on a Wechsler Intelligence Scale-Revised (WAIS-R) intersubset scatter for a group of psychiatric inpatients and its comparison with that reported for the WAIS-R standardization group. More intersubset scatter on the Verbal Scale in psychiatric inpatients; Comparable Performance Scale; Identical amounts of scatter on Verbal and Performance Scales for psychiatric inpatients as a group.


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