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Ethics and Intelligence Test Interpretation: Measurement Matters

  • 20 Oct 2017
  • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • College of William and Mary

MEASUREMENT MATTERS: Ethics and Intelligence Test Interpretation 

Gary L. Canivez, Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology, Eastern Illinois 

A University W&M School Psychology Workshop

Intelligence tests such as the WISC–V, WAIS–IV, WPPSI–IV, WJ IV, CAS–2, and SB–5 are some of the most frequently used tests in clinical assessment. In addition, there are many methods of test interpretation that pertain to the different scores and score comparisons within and between these measures. This workshop presents review of methods used to provide empirical support for score interpretations from intelligence tests and the ethical guidelines addressing test score interpretations as well as recent published peer reviewed empirical research addressing interpretation schemes presented by the test author(s) and publishers in technical or interpretive manuals and clinical guidebooks. 

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