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chpater 11 individual tests and ability in education and psecial ed
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  1. alternative individual ability tests) are there any better than wechsler or standford binet?
    no, they are all weaker on standardizations, administrative instructions, interpretation of results etc.
  2. alternative individual ability tests) when are these used effectively?
    to supplement one of the major scales
  3. alternative individual ability tests) what is a good way to use the alternative tests?
    can be used for specific populations and special purposes
  4. what do alternative tests typically measure?
    they focus onto one aspect instead of broader
  5. Specific individual ability tests) Seguin form board- how is this test administered now?
    • blindfolded
    • *it used to be eyes open
  6. Specific individual ability tests) what is the seguin form board sensitive to?
    brain damage
  7. infant scales) what age group was the Brazelton Neonatal development scale developed for?
    infants: 3 days and 4 weeks of age
  8. infant scales) what does the brazelton neonatal development scale determine?
    if development is normal or not
  9. infant scales) was the brazelton neonatal development scale developed to predict adult intelligence?
    no
  10. infant scales) what can brazelton neonatal development scale determine about a child's condition? (4)
    if they are: FAS,

    -babies born to drug addicts

    -effects of environmental toxins

    -maternal depresson
  11. infant scales) what is the gesell development scales still used for?
    to detect autism
  12. infant scales) does the gessell development scales present normative data?
    • yes, for various stages of infant development
    • *it was one of the first to do it
  13. infant scales) What is the score called that can be found on gesell dvelopment scales
    developmenal quotient
  14. infant scales) what does the gesell development scales predict?
    • later intelligence at the low end of the scores
    • *assess mental retardation
  15. infant scales) what year range was the gesell development scales most used?
    1930-1960s
  16. infant scales) what month range does BSID-II test?
    children from 1 month- 42 months old
  17. infant scales) do the BSID-II have a good normative data?
    yes
  18. infant scales) what is the main basis that BSID-II measures?
    • motor developement
    • *bc it assumes that later mental functions depend on motor development
  19. what is the current edition of the BSID-II known for?
    to be the best-standarized of the tests for its age range
  20. infant scales) what does the BSID-II stand for?
    Bayley scales of infant development second edition
  21. infant scales) what does BSID-II predict?
    mental retardation
  22. infant scales) is the BSID-II psychometrically sound?
    yes
  23. infant scales) what was the cattell infant intelligence scale developed from?
    as a downward extension of the Standford-Binet for childeren between 2 and 30 months of age
  24. infant scales) when was the cattell infant intelligence scale used?
    for 3 decades before the bayley
  25. infant scales) does the cattell infant intelligence scale use an age scale?
    yes
  26. infant scales) what concept does the BSID-II use?
    • deviation IQ
    • *SD of 16
  27. test for young children) what did MSCA stand for?
    McCarthy Scales of Childrens Abilities
  28. test for young children) For what age group was the MSCA designed for?
    2.5 to 8.5 yrs old
  29. test for young children) how is the validity on the MSCA?
    • it is meager
    • *lacks
  30. test for young children) does the MSCA have some advantages over the S-B and WPPSI?
    • yes
    • *unfortunately McCarthy died before it can be further developed
  31. test for young children) which children scored higher in MSCA?
    children of mothers who had quit smoking before pregnancy
  32. test for young children) what 2 effects does the MSCA show?
    -identified effecs of lead exposure

    -shows positive effects of parental nurturance
  33. test for young children) What does KABC-II stand for?
    Kaufman Assessment BAttery for children, second edition
  34. test for young children) what was the KABC-II based on? (3)
    -neurophychological

    -split-brain

    -theories of information processing
  35. test for young children) what does the KABC-II underestimate?
    scores of gifted children
  36. test for young children) what does the KABC-II show different from Wechsler and S-B?
    less differences between whites and blacks
  37. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what did the CMmS stand for?
    Columbia mental maturity scale-third edition
  38. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what is the Columbia mental maturity scale-3rd edition highly vulnerable to?
    random error
  39. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what is the best used for the Columbia mental maturity scale-3rd edition?
    • best as a screening device
    • *to decided whether to use additional tests
  40. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what does the Columbia mental maturity scale-3rd edition claim to do?
    evaluate ability in normal and in variously handicapped children from 3-12
  41. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what does PPVT stand for?
    peabody picture vocabulary test, third edition
  42. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what age group was the Peabody picture vocabulary test-3rd edition test designed for?
    • 2.5 - 90 yrs old
    • *the widest range
  43. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what was the  Peabody picture vocabulary test-3rd edition supposed to be?
    a nonverbal estimates of verbal intelligence
  44. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) for what group does research support the Peabody picture vocabulary test-3rd edition?
    adults with develpmental handicaps
  45. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) description of Peabody picture vocabulary test-3rd edition
    -subject points to the picture out of four representing the stimulus word
  46. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what does LIPS-R stand for?
    Leiter International Prformance Scale revised
  47. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) Whats significant about the Leiter international performance scale- revised?
    it is language free
  48. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what group scores high on the Leiter international performance scale- revised?
    • hispanic kids
    • *they score hihger on this one than wechsler
  49. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) why was the Leiter international performance scale- revised developed?
    to provide a nonverbal alternative to the S-B for 2-18 yrs old
  50. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) For whom is the Leiter international performance scale- revised helpful?
    for children tht do not speak english
  51. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) what does PMT stand for?
    porteus maze test
  52. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) how is the  Porteus maze test known for?
    popular but poorly standarized nonverbal performance measure of intelligence
  53. general individual ability tests for handicapped and special populations) description of the Porteus maze test
    problems are mazes
  54. what has learning disability  traditionally been defined as?
    • discrepancy between ability and achievement
    • *usually between child's tested IQ and his school performance
  55. what does the Individuals with disabilities education act state?
    every child is entitled to an appropriate education
  56. how can someone qualify for special ed? (2)
    -child must have disability 

    -their disability must affect their educational performance
  57. what are 7 warning signs of learning disability?
    -disorganizaition

    -careless effort

    -frogetfullness

    -refusal to do schoolwork or hw

    -slow performance

    -poor attention

    -moodiness
  58. testing learning disabilities) what does ITPA stand for?
    illinois test of psycholinguistic abilities`
  59. testing learning disabilities) what is Illinois test for psycholinguistic abilities based on?
    modern concepts of information processing
  60. testing learning disabilities) does the Illinois test for psycholinguistic abilities provide reliability or validity?
    almost none
  61. testing learning disabilities)what does the Illinois test for psycholinguistic abilities claim to do?
    to isolate the specific location of a learning disabilit
  62. testing learning disabilities) what was the Illinois test for psycholinguistic abilities desgined for?
    to test leaning disabilities
  63. testing learning disabilities) what does the woodcock-johnson III assess?
    g-factor
  64. testing learning disabilities) which is the best test for learning disabilites?
    woodcock-johnson III
  65. testing learning disabilities) what does the woodcock-johnson compare?
    cognitive ability score with achievement score to see where the child's acheivement is not in line with his ability
  66. visiographic tests) what does BVRT stand for?
    benton visual retention test
  67. visiographic tests) what is the Bender visual motor gestalt test concept?
    • psychological deficit
    • *poor performance on a subtest is caused by an underluying brain deficit
  68. visiographic tests) description of  Bender visual motor gestalt test, test?
    simple geometric forms are presented briefly, then subject is asked to reporduce them from memory
  69. visiographic tests) what is the BVMGT stand for?
    bender visual motor gestalt test
  70. visiographic tests) description of  Bender visual motor gestalt test 
    subject simply copies some ver simple geometric figures
  71. visiographic tests) Bender visual motor gestalt test- anyone older than 9 whoe many any erros are considered what?
    the peron has some sort of deficiti
  72. visiographic tests) what is the Bender visual motor gestalt test considered?
    grandaddy of all figure reporduction tests for brain damage
  73. visiographic tests) what does the MFD stand for?
    memory for designs test
  74. visiographic tests) what does the  memory for designs test, test for?
    brain damage
  75. visiographic tests) dexcription of memory for designs test?
    • subject draws briefly-presented forms from memory
    • *it is then scored on a 3 point scale
  76. visiographic tests) description of clock-drawing test
    subject is asked to draw the face of an analog clock and set hands in a certain position
  77. visiographic tests) what two thigns can be referenced from clock-drawng test (2)
    -onset of dementia

    -indicated which hemisphere of brain does not work
  78. creativity) what does the TTCT mean?
    torrance tests of creative thinking
  79. creativity) what 3 traits do the Torrance tests of creative thinking look for?
    -fluency

    -originality

    -flexibility
  80. creativity) what do factor analysis show about the 3 traits of fluency, orignialtuy, and flexibility?
    they load on a single factor
  81. individual acheivement tests) wht does the WRAT-3 stand for?
    wide range achievemnt test-3
  82. individual acheivement tests) what does the wide range achievement test-3 estimate?
    grade level functioning in reading, spelling, and arithmetic
  83. individual acheivement tests) what is it used for?
    to assess the difference between WRAT and IQ in order ot estimate learning disability
  84. legal issues in special ed) Do schools hvae to identify children with disabilities and provide them with special ed approaportie to their needs?
    they ahve to
  85. legal issues in special ed) what 4 things are needed to put a child onto special ed?
    -need to have an adequate assessment

    -good assessment report

    -you have to give a written notice to the school

    • -independent assesmmetn
    • *just incase school doesnt want to issue one

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