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Clinical child psychiatry by William M Klykylo; Jerald Kay

By William M Klykylo; Jerald Kay

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Some subtests measure related areas, but require hearing, language, reading or motor skills. 2. Verbal skills only. 3. Restricted lower bound of IQ ranges. 4. Some areas, but not the complete spectrum provided in Leiter-R. 5. Adjusted administration required. 6. Uses Rasch modeling to derive other special scores. ADHD = Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; ESL = English as a second language; Leiter-R = Leiter – Revised; SB-4 = Stanford–Binet – 4th Edition; TBI = traumatic brain injury; WISC-III = Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children – 3rd Edition; WJ-R = Woodcock–Johnson – Revised; WPPSI-R = Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence – Revised.

Some subtests measure related areas, but require hearing, language, reading or motor skills. 2. Verbal skills only. 3. Restricted lower bound of IQ ranges. 4. Some areas, but not the complete spectrum provided in Leiter-R. 5. Adjusted administration required. 6. Uses Rasch modeling to derive other special scores. ADHD = Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; ESL = English as a second language; Leiter-R = Leiter – Revised; SB-4 = Stanford–Binet – 4th Edition; TBI = traumatic brain injury; WISC-III = Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children – 3rd Edition; WJ-R = Woodcock–Johnson – Revised; WPPSI-R = Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence – Revised.

The cards were designed to provide the therapist with some access to information that children may otherwise be resistant to reveal. Child Questionnaires The Incomplete Sentences Blank forms are useful for young people in high school or college [40]. 3). It is a simple, two-page sentence completion form with 25 items. It is useful for children ages 5 through 12 years. For some children, it may help for clinicians to read the questions out loud and write down the child’s responses. Other children, particularly older children or those who seem very private, might respond more openly by doing it themselves in their own handwriting.

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