By James Georgas, Lawrence G. Weiss, Fons J.R. van de Vijver, Donald H. Saklofske
This ebook presents a different cross-cultural standpoint of the WISC-III. From development, translation and edition in several cultures, to research of its constitution and serve as as an idea, to its scientific use with diverse ethnic teams, Culture and kid's Intelligence presents clinician's the instruments they wish while utilizing the WISC-III. the point of interest of this reference paintings is on kid's intelligence as measured by way of the WISC-III in numerous cultures and its use in those cultures (USA, united kingdom, Canada, France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, and Greece). It additionally discusses the translation of the result of the WISC-III by way of cultural and ethnic factors.
- Leading specialists talk about the medical use of the WISC-III because it pertains to tradition and children
- Provides the way to clinicians and college psychologists to help in realizing and analyzing results
- Direct relevance to practitioners, researchers, and trainers
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