Index scores refers to scores that correspond to the major ability factors that underlie the WAIS-III subtest scores, that is, Verbal Comprehension, Perceptual Organization, Working M emory, and Processing Speed).

Related Articles

General cognitive index (GCI) at■■■■
- General cognitive index (GCI) : General cognitive index (GCI) refers to a standard score with a mean . . . Read More
Nativism at■■■■
Nativism is a philosophical doctrine emphasizing the role of innate factors in the acquisition of knowledge; . . . Read More
Contexts of development at■■■■
Contexts of development refers to the interrelated conditions in which development occurs. Culture , . . . Read More
Construct validity at■■■■
Construct validity: Construct validity refers to the test which is demonstrated to be a measure of a . . . Read More
Concurrent validity at■■■■
Concurrent Validity refers to the extent to which test scores correlate with scores on other relevant . . . Read More
Dale-Chall Index at■■■
Dale-Chall Index refers to a method of determining the read- ability level of written material by looking . . . Read More
Index crimes at■■■
Index crimes refer to the eight (8) major crimes included in Part I of the Uniform Crime Reports: criminal . . . Read More
Discriminability at■■■
Discriminability is generally defined as the ability to distinguish between one stimulus and another. . . . Read More
Deviation IQ at■■■
Deviation IQ refers to an IQ obtained statistically from a person's relative standing in his or her age . . . Read More
GAF Global Assessment of Functioning at■■■
- GAF Global Assessment of Functioning : GAF is the abbreviations of of Global Assessment of Functioning . . . Read More