WISC IV XLS

September 18, 2017 | Author: Tatiana Antacabana de Quispe | Category: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Intelligence, Limbic System, Cognitive Neuroscience, Educational Psychology
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These template sheets come with some scores already entere into cells. These scores act as placeholders and demonstrate what score

necessary. The only sheets that require any user input is the W IV sheet.

All cells, except those requiring entry, are protected. Use the key****Be to move input cell to input cell. surefrom to delete any scores that do not pertain to your particu case.**** We (Ron Dumont and John Willis) and The Psychological Corporation, take no responsibility for any errors made while these templates. There may be some differences between some of the templates reporting and data in the WISC-IV Manuals. The Percentiles reported here are simple SS to Percentile lookups. They are based upon the normal curve distribution. The Composite and FSIQ ranges are based upon a formula (SEE, page 37, WISC-IV Technical and Interpretive Manual).

Critical Values for subtest differences are approximations - because there are so many subtest combinations available, the template uses the roun of all possible critical values. Please refer to page 265, WISC-IV Administration and Scoring Manual for actual values for the 10 core subtests

Gf-Gc configurations were adapted from Appendix A, pp. 445 – 453, The Intelligence Test Desk Reference (ITDR): Gf-Gc Cross-Battery Assessment Flanagan, 1998) and Table 8.3, p. 312, The Wechsler Intelligence Scales and Gf-Gc Theory (Flanagan, McGrew & Ortiz, 2000)

DUMONT - WILLIS WISC-IV Computer Template

Name: Tasha

Date of Test:

9/15/2003

Date of Birth:

3/6/1996

Check the subtests used in the Full Scale IQ calculation (7 required). Core subtests are those with borders

SUBTESTS ✘

Block Design

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Similarities

2



Digit Span

3



Picture Concepts

4



Coding

5



Vocabulary

6



Letter-Number Sequence

7



Matrix Reasoning

8



Comprehension

9



Symbol Search

PRI

WM

( Picture Completion)

11

( Cancellation)

12

(Information)

13

(Arithmetic)

14

(Word Reasoning)

15

Age:

PS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10

Sums of Scaled Scores

Process Scores

VCI

Date Analyzed:

10

Full Scale

PR

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0.1

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0.4

3

1

4

2

5

5

6

9

7

16

8

25

9

37

10

50

(11)

75

(13)

84 (14)

91

(15)

95 13

10

15

16

98

Digit Span Forward

17

99

Digit Span Backward

18

99.6

Cancellation Random

19

99.9

1

0.1

Longest Digit Forward (raw score)

2

Longest Digit Backward (raw score)

3

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The VCI is based upon the following subtests: SVC The PRI is based upon the following subtests: BD MR PCn

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Block Design No Time Bonus

Cancellation Sequenced

7 years, 6 months, 9 days

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7/5/2015

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DUMONT - WILLIS WISC-IV Computer Template WISC-IV Interpretive Worksheet 1. Evaluate the Full Scale IQ

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90%



Obtained SS Totals

Percentile

IQ

Rank

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95%

Confidence

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Bands

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Verbal Comprehension

(17)

100

50

94 - 106

Average to Average

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Perceptual Reasoning

(13)

100

50

94 - 106

Average to Average

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Working Memory

(10)

100

50

94 - 106

Average to High Average

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Processing Speed

(15)

100

50

92 - 108

Average to Average

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Full Scale

(55)

100

50

96 - 104

Average to Average

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2. Is the VCI versus PRI Significantly Different?

Note: See Table B.1 for standardization frequenc Significance

VCI (100) vs PRI (100) Diference

(p < .01)

(p < .05)

none

0 points

15 or more

11

0 - 10

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Is there a significant diference?

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NO

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Because there is no significant differences between the VCI and PRI, explain the meaning of the scales not being significantly different.

3. Is the VCI versus PRI Difference Abnormally Large?

Note: See Table B.2 for standardization frequency

VCI (100) vs PRI (100) Diference

Size of Diference needed for abnormality

Is Size of Diference Abnormal?

0 points (V = P)

16

NO

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Because no abnormal differences are found, determine if the noted differences are interpretable.

4. Are the VCI and PRI composites interpretable?

Note: See Table B.6 for standardization frequency

A. Is there abnormal VCI scatter? Verbal Subtests High-Low Diference

Normal

Abnormal

13 points between 5 subtests

0-5

6 or more

Perceptual Reasoning Subtests High-Low Diference

Normal

Abnormal

10 points between 4 subtests

0-7

8 or more

B. Is there abnormal PRI scatter?

Is there abnormal scatter? YES Is there abnormal scatter? YES

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Because an answer to either A or B was YES, the VCI versus PRI discrepancy differences should probably not be interpreted. 5. Determine if the Working Memory Index is interpretable.

Note: See Table B.4 for standardization frequenc

A. Is there a significant difference between the Core WMI subtests? WMI Subtests [ DS (3) LNS (7) ] Diference

Normal

Abnormal

4 points

0-4

5 or more

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The WMI may be interpreted.

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DUMONT - WILLIS WISC-IV Computer Template 6. Determine if the Processing Speed Index is interpretable.

Note: See Table B.4 for standardization frequen

A. Is there a significant difference between the Core PSI subtests? PSI Subtests [ SS (10) Cd (5) ] Diference

Normal

Abnormal

5 points

0-3

4 or more

Is there abnormal scatter?

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YES

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Because of subtest differences in the PSI, do not interpret PSI. 7. Interpret significant strengths and weaknesses. Verbal Comprehension mean

9.0

based on 5 subtests

Perceptual Reasoning mean

6.0

based on 4 subtests

Full Scale mean

8.0

based on 15 subtests

WM

Perceptual

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Crit. Value

Similarities

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Vocabulary

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Comprehension

9

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Word Reasoning

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Letter-Number Sequence

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8. Compare relevant subtest groupings (.05 level of significance) Word Reasoning (15) > Matrix Reasoning (8)

7 point significant diference

wr/mr

Matrix Reasoning (8) < Block Design (1)

7 point significant diference

mr/bd

Similarities (2) > Picture Concepts (4)

2 point nonsignificant diference

Information (13) > Comprehension (9)

4 point significant diference

Digit Span (3) < Arithmetic (14)

11 point significant diference

Digit Span (3) < Letter Number Sequence (7)

4 point significant diference

Arithmetic (14) > Letter Number Sequence (7)

11 point significant diference

a/lns

Coding (10) < Symbol Search (5)

5 point significant diference

cd/ss

Coding (5) < Cancellation (12)

7 point significant diference

cd/ca

sim/pcm i/c

ds/a DS/lns

9. Process comparisons

DS/lns

Block Design (1) < Block Design No Time Bonus (16)

15 point significant diference

Digit Span Forward (17) < Digit Span Backward (18)

1 point nonsignificant diference

dsf/dsb

Longest Digit Span Forward (2) < Longest Span Backward (3)

1 point nonsignificant diference

ldf/ldb

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Cancellation Random (19) > Cancellation Structured (1)

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18 point significant diference

car/cas

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9. WISC-IV Subtests and Proposed Broad and Narrow Abilities and Cultural and Linguistic Demands Broad Abilities

Narrow Abilities

ss

Linguistic Demand

Cultural Loading

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Verbal Comprehension Similarities

Gc

Language Development Lexical Knowledge

2

high

high

Vocabulary

Gc

Language Development Lexical Knowledge

6

high

high

Comprehension

Gc

Language Development General Information

9

high

high

Information

Gc

General Information

13

high

high

high

high

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Word Reasoning

Gc

Lexical Knowledge General Information

15

Perceptual Reasoning Block Design

Gv

Spatial Relations Visualization

1

moderate

low

Picture Concepts

Gc Gf

General Information Induction

4

moderate

moderate

Matrix Reasoning

Gf

Induction

8

low

low

Picture Completion

Gv Gc

Flexibility of Closure General Information

11

low

high ### ###

Working Memory Digit Span

Gsm

Memory Span

3

moderate

low

Letter-Number Sequence

Gsm

Working Memory

7

high

low

Gq Gf

Math Achievement Quantitative Reasoning

14

moderate

moderate

Processing Speed Coding

Gs

Rate of test taking

5

moderate

low

Symbols Search

Gs

Perceptual Speed Rate of test taking

10

moderate

low

Cancellation

Gs

Perceptual Speed

12

low

low

Arithmetic

Adapted from Appendix A, pp. 445 – 453, The Intelligence Test Desk Reference (ITDR): Gf-Gc Cross-Battery Assessment (McGrew & Flanagan, 1998) and Table 8.3, p. 312, The Wechsler Intelligence Scales and Gf-Gc Theory (Flanagan, McGrew & Ortiz, 2000)

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DUMONT/WILLIS WISC-IV Computer Template The following uses separate Verbal and Perceptual values unless you specify the Full Scale by typing "F" here: Deviation from mean: Strength or Weakness: Positive or Negative: INPUT Attention-Concentration Auditory-Vocal Channel Complex Verbal Directions Essential from Non Essential Encoding Information for Processing Understanding Long Questions Understanding Words Visual Motor Channel Visual Perception-Abstr. Stim. Visual Perception-Cmpl. Mean. Stim. Visual Perception-Mean. Stim. INTEGRATION/STORAGE Achievement Acquired Knowledge Concept Formation Crystallized Intelligence Culture Loaded Knowledge Evaluation Facility with Numbers Figural Cognition Figural Evaluation Fluid Intelligence Fund of Information Long-term Memory Memory Nonverbal Reasoning Planning Ability Reasoning Semantic Content Sequencing Verbal Conceptualization Verbal Reasoning Visual Memory Visual Processing Visual Sequencing OUTPUT Much Verbal Expression Simple Verbal expression Visual Organization Visual-Motor Coordination INFLUENCES Ability to Respond When Uncertain Alertness to environment Anxiety Attention span Field in/dependence Concentration Distractibility

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Matrix Reasoning

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Vocabulary

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WISC-IV Subtest Scaled Score Profile

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Matrix Reasoning

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Vocabulary

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Digit Span

Similarities

Block Design

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