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    1. Bowden, SC; Ritter, AJ; Carstairs, JR; Shores, EA; Pead, J; Greeley, JD; Whelan, G; Long, CM; Clifford, CC
      Factorial invariance for combined Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-revised and Wechsler Memory Scale-revised scores in a sample of clients with alcohol dependency

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    2. Hogg, JR; Johnstone, B; Weishaar, S; Petroski, GF
      Application of a short form of the Category Test for individuals with a traumatic brain injury: A cautionary note

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    3. Arguelles, T; Loewenstein, D; Arguelles, S
      The impact of the native language of Alzheimer's disease and normal elderly individuals on their ability to recall digits

      AGING & MENTAL HEALTH
    4. Zhu, JJ; Tulsky, DS; Price, L; Chen, HY
      WAIS-III reliability data for clinical groups

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    5. Hawkins, KA; Tulsky, DS
      The influence of IQ stratification on WAIS-III/WMS-III FSIQ-general memoryindex discrepancy base-rates in the standardization sample

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    6. Donders, J; Tulsky, DS; Zhu, JJ
      Criterion validity of new WAIS-III subtest scores after traumatic brain injury

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    7. Salinsky, MC; Storzbach, D; Dodrill, CB; Binder, LM
      Test-retest bias, reliability, and regression equations for neuropsychological measures repeated over a 12-16-week period

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    8. Veiel, HOF; Koopman, RF
      The bias in regression-based indices of premorbid IQ

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    9. Iverson, GL
      Interpreting change on the WAIS-III/WMS-III in clinical samples

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    10. Axelrod, BN; Ryan, JJ; Ward, LC
      Evaluation of seven-subtest short forms of the Wechsler Adult IntelligenceScale-III in a referred sample

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    11. Kaufman, JC; Kaufman, AS
      Time for the changing of the guard: A farewell to short forms of intelligence tests

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
    12. Villa, GGY; de la Pena, F; de la Rosa, N; Robles, E; Salvador, J; Cortes, JF
      Neuropsychological analysis of the cognitive characteristics of a group ofteenagers with attention deficit disorder

      SALUD MENTAL
    13. Ambrose, ML; Bowden, SC; Whelan, G
      Working memory impairments in alcohol-dependent participants without clinical amnesia

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    14. Crawford, JR; Millar, J; Milne, AB
      Estimating premorbid IQ from demographic variables: A comparison of a regression equation vs. clinical judgement

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Schopp, LH; Herrman, TD; Johnstone, B; Callahan, CD; Roudebush, IS
      Two abbreviated versions of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-III: Validation among persons with traumatic brain injury

      REHABILITATION PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Comninel, ME; Bordieri, JE
      Estimating WISC-III scores for special education students using the Dumont-Faro short form

      PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS
    17. Crawford, JR; Deary, IJ; Starr, J; Whalley, LJ
      The NART as an index of prior intellectual functioning: a retrospective validity study covering a 66-year interval

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    18. Matthews, TD; Lassiter, K; Habedank, H
      Validity of two brief measures: The general abilities measure for adults and the Shipley Institute of Living Scale

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    19. Wood, JM; Lilienfeld, SO; Nezworski, MT; Garb, HN
      Coming to grips with negative evidence for the comprehensive system for the Rorschach: A comment on Gacono, Loving, and Bodholdt; Ganellen; and Bornstein

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT
    20. Arntz, A; Veen, G
      Evaluations of others by borderline patients

      JOURNAL OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE
    21. Gooding, DC; Tallent, KA; Hegyi, JV
      Cognitive slippage in schizotypic individuals

      JOURNAL OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE
    22. Thurber, S; Snow, M; Lee, JP
      The profile variability index in relation to psychopathology and academic achievement

      JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY
    23. Iverson, GL; Woodward, TS; Green, P
      Base rates of WAIS-R VIQ-PIQ differences in 1593 psychiatric inpatients

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    24. Basso, MR; Bornstein, RA; Roper, BL; McCoy, VL
      Limited accuracy of premorbid intelligence estimators: A demonstration of regression to the mean

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    25. Snitz, BE; Bieliauskas, LA; Crossland, A; Basso, MR; Roper, B
      PPVT-R as an estimate of premorbid intelligence in older adults

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    26. Larrabee, GJ
      Association between IQ and neuropsychological test performance: Commentaryon Tremont, Hoffman, Scott, and Adams (1998)

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    27. McPherson, S; Buckwalter, JG; Tingus, K; Betz, B; Back, C
      The Satz-Mogel short form of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised: Effects of global mental status and age on test-retest reliability

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    28. Burin, DI; Jorge, RE; Arizaga, RA; Paulsen, JS
      Estimation of premorbid intelligence: The Word Accentuation Test - Buenos Aires version

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    29. Hoofien, D; Vakil, E; Gilboa, A
      Criterion validation of premorbid intelligence estimation in persons with traumatic brain injury: "Hold/don't hold'' versus "best performance'' procedures

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    30. Wilson, BA; Watson, PC; Baddeley, AD; Emslie, H; Evans, JJ
      Improvement or simply practice? The effects of twenty repealed assessmentson people with and without brain injury

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    31. Schretlen, D; Pearlson, GD; Anthony, JC; Aylward, EH; Augustine, AM; Davis, A; Barta, P
      Elucidating the contributions of processing speed, executive ability, and frontal lobe volume to normal age-related differences in fluid intelligence

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    32. Nakamura, H; Nakanishi, M; Furukawa, TA; Hamanaka, T; Tokudome, S
      Validity of brief intelligence tests for patients with Alzheimer's disease

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    33. Pritchard, DA; Livingston, RB; Reynolds, CR; Moses, JA
      Modal profiles for the WISC-III

      SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY QUARTERLY
    34. Strauss, E; Spreen, O; Hunter, M
      Implications of test revisions for research

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    35. Blyler, CR; Gold, JM; Iannone, VN; Buchanan, RW
      Short form of the 'WAIS-III for use with patients with schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    36. Ivnik, RJ; Smith, GE; Petersen, RC; Boeve, BF; Kokmen, E; Tangalos, EG
      Diagnostic accuracy of four approaches to interpreting neuropsychological test data

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    37. Ryan, JJ; Sattler, JM; Lopez, SJ
      Age effects on Wechsler adult intelligence scale-III subtests

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    38. Yuspeh, RL; Vanderploeg, RD
      Spot-the-word: A measure for estimating premorbid intellectual functioning

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    39. Pallier, G; Roberts, RD; Stankov, L
      Biological versus psychometric intelligence: Halstead's (1947) distinctionrevisited

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    40. Compton, DM; Bachman, LD; Brand, D; Avet, TL
      Age-associated changes in cognitive function in highly educated adults: Emerging myths and realities

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    41. Sugarman, A; Kanner, K
      The contribution of psychoanalytic theory to psychological testing

      PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOLOGY
    42. Kamphaus, RW; Petoskey, MD; Rowe, EW
      Current trends in psychological testing of children

      PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY-RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
    43. Lafavor, JM; Brundage, SB
      Correlation among demographic estimates of intellectual abilities, performance IQ scores, and verbal IQ scores in non-brain-damaged and aphasic adults

      APHASIOLOGY
    44. Veen, G; Arntz, A
      Multidimensional dichotomous thinking characterizes borderline personalitydisorder

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    45. Russell, AJ; Munro, J; Jones, PB; Hayward, P; Hemsley, DR; Murray, RM
      The National Adult Reading Test as a measure of premorbid IQ in schizophrenia

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    46. Cody, MS; Prieto, LR
      Teaching intelligence testing in APA-accredited programs: A national survey

      TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY
    47. Sullivan, K
      Examiners' errors on the Wechsler memory scale-revised

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    48. Fitzgerald, SG; Morgenstern, E
      Global improvement in intellectual and neuropsychological functioning after removal of a suprasellar cystic craniopharyngioma

      MILITARY MEDICINE
    49. Beglinger, LJ; Smith, T; Gregory, RJ
      Young and elderly adults' perceptions of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-revised

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    50. Lau, SSS; Chu, LM
      Nutrient and faecal contamination and retention in wetland enclosures (geiwais) in the Mai Po Marshes, Hong Kong

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    51. ORSINI A; LAICARDI C; SQUILLACE GL; MARMORATO MS
      DATI PRELIMINARI SULL'ATTENDIBILITA' E SULLA VALIDITA' FATTORIALE DELLA WECHSLER ADULT INTELLIGENCE SCALE-REVISED (WAIS-R) APPLICATA AGLI ANZIANI DI 65-79 ANNI

      Bollettino di psicologia applicata (1960)
    52. McNeil, JK
      Neuropsychological characteristics of the dementia syndrome of depression:Onset, resolution, and three-year follow-up

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    53. Dikmen, SS; Heaton, RK; Grant, I; Temkin, NR
      Test-retest reliability and practice effects of Expanded Halstead-Reitan neuropsychological test battery

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    54. Koch, R; Friedman, E; Azen, C; Hanley, W; Levy, H; Matalon, R; Rouse, B; Trefz, F; Waisbren, S; Michals-Matalon, K; Acosta, P; Guttler, F; Ullrich, K; Platt, L; de la Cruz, F
      The international collaborative study of maternal phenylketonuria status report 1998

      MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESEARCH REVIEWS
    55. Campbell, JM; McCord, DM
      Measuring social competence with the Wechsler picture arrangement and comprehension subtests

      ASSESSMENT
    56. Smithline, HA; Mader, TJ; Crenshaw, BJ
      Do patients with acute medical conditions have the capacity to give informed consent for emergency medicine research?

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    57. Bowden, SC; Carstairs, JR; Shores, EA
      Confirmatory factor analysis of combined Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale- Revised and Wechsler Memory Scale - Revised scores in a healthy community sample

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    58. Ryan, JJ; Ward, LC
      Validity, reliability, and standard errors of measurement for two seven-subtest short forms of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-III

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    59. Graves, RE; Carswell, LM; Snow, WG
      An evaluation of the sensitivity of premorbid IQ estimators for detecting cognitive decline

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    60. Gooding, DC; Kwapil, TR; Tallent, KA
      Wisconsin Card Sorting Test deficits in schizotypic individuals

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    61. Ryan, JJ; Weilage, ME; Spaulding, WD
      Accuracy of the seven subtest WAIS-R short form in chronic schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    62. Ivnik, RJ; Smith, GE; Lucas, JA; Petersen, RC; Boeve, BF; Kokmen, E; Tangalos, EG
      Testing normal older people three or four times at 1- to 2-year intervals:Defining normal variance

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    63. Moses, JA; Pritchard, DA; Adams, RL
      Normative corrections for the Halstead Reitan Neuropsychological Battery

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    64. Axelrod, BN; Vanderploeg, RD; Schinka, JA
      Comparing methods for estimating-premorbid intellectual functioning

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    65. Cravens, TB
      Evaluation of Kaufman, Ishikuma, and Kaufman-Packer's short forms for use with psychiatric African American children

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
    66. Volker, MA; Guarnaccia, V; Scardapane, JR
      Short forms of the Stanford-Binet intelligence scale: Fourth edition for screening potentially gifted preschoolers

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
    67. LoBello, SG; Holley, G
      WPPSI-R administration, clerical, and scoring errors by student examiners

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
    68. Gontkovsky, ST; Souheaver, GT
      A non-typical neuropsychological case presentation of Huntington's disease

      BRAIN INJURY
    69. Rousalov, VM; Naumova, ER
      On the relationship between general abilities and "intellectual" scales oftemperament

      PSIKHOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAL
    70. Colom, R; Quiroga, MA; Juan-Espinosa, M
      Are cognitive sex differences disappearing? Evidence from Spanish populations

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    71. Cortes, JF; Salvador, J; Villa, GGY
      Wechsler's Adult Intelligence Scale as a set of neuropsychological paradigms evaluating problem solving capacity.

      SALUD MENTAL
    72. Lynn, R
      Sex differences in intelligence and brain size: A developmental theory

      INTELLIGENCE
    73. Harvey, JA; Siegert, RJ
      Normative data for New Zealand elders on the Controlled Oral Word Association Test, Graded Naming Test, and the Recognition Memory Test

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    74. Hall, CW
      Computer-assisted instruction in reducing errors in scoring of the WISC-III

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    75. Lansdell, H
      Intelligence test scores from infancy to adulthood for a craniopagus twin pair neurosurgically separated at 4 months of age

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    76. Sinnett, ER; Holen, MC
      Assessment of memory functioning among an aging sample

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    77. Chan, DW; Lee, HCB; Luk, CL
      Developing a Chinese vocabulary test as a WAIS-R subtest for adults in Hong Kong

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    78. Keilp, JG; Gorlyn, M; Alexander, GE; Stern, Y; Prohovnik, I
      Cerebral blood flow patterns underlying the differential impairment in category vs letter fluency in Alzheimer's disease

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    79. Scott, R; Poncy, B
      The "Flynn effect": How applicable is it to longitudinal IQ assessment of American University students?

      MANKIND QUARTERLY
    80. Wang, L; Kuroiwa, Y; Kamitani, T
      Visual event-related potential changes at two different tasks in nondemented Parkinson's disease

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    81. Arle, JE; Perrine, K; Devinsky, O; Doyle, WK
      Neural network analysis of preoperative variables and outcome in epilepsy surgery

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    82. Seidman, LJ; Faraone, SV; Goldstein, JM; Goodman, JM; Kremen, WS; Toomey, R; Tourville, J; Kennedy, D; Makris, N; Caviness, VS; Tsuang, MT
      Thalamic and amygdala-hippocampal volume reductions in first-degree relatives of patients with schizophrenia: An MRI-based morphometric analysis

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    83. Tremont, G; Hoffman, RG; Scott, JG; Adams, RL
      Effect of intellectual level on neuropsychological test performance: A response to Dodrill (1997)

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    84. LUCAS JA; IVNIK RJ; SMITH GE; BOHAC DL; TANGALOS EG; GRAFFRADFORD NR; PETERSEN RC
      MAYOS OLDER AMERICANS NORMATIVE STUDIES - CATEGORY FLUENCY NORMS

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    85. GROBER E; LIPTON RB; KATZ M; SLIWINSKI M
      DEMOGRAPHIC INFLUENCES ON FREE AND CUED SELECTIVE REMINDING PERFORMANCE IN OLDER PERSONS

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    86. SCHMAND B; GEERLINGS MI; JONKER C; LINDEBOOM J
      READING-ABILITY AS AN ESTIMATOR OF PREMORBID INTELLIGENCE - DOES IT REMAIN STABLE IN EMERGENT DEMENTIA

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    87. Friend, KB; Grattan, L
      Use of the North American Adult Reading Test to estimate premorbid intellectual function in patients with multiple sclerosis

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    88. Crawford, JR; Howell, DC
      Regression equations in clinical neuropsychology: An evaluation of statistical methods for comparing predicted and obtained scores

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    89. Lucas, JA; Ivnik, RJ; Smith, GE; Bohac, DL; Tangalos, EG; Kokmen, E; Graff-Radford, NR; Petersen, RC
      Normative data for the Mattis Dementia Rating Scale

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    90. HOWLIN P; DAVIES M; UDWIN O
      SYNDROME SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS IN WILLIAMS-SYNDROME - TO WHAT EXTENT DO EARLY BEHAVIORAL-PATTERNS PERSIST INTO ADULT LIFE

      JARID. Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities
    91. DEMSKY YI; MITTENBERG W; QUINTAR B; KATELL AD; GOLDEN CJ
      BIAS IN THE USE OF STANDARD AMERICAN NORMS WITH SPANISH TRANSLATIONS OF THE WECHSLER MEMORY SCALE-REVISED

      Assessment
    92. BOONE DE
      SPECIFICITY OF THE WAIS-R SUBTESTS WITH PSYCHIATRIC-INPATIENTS

      Assessment
    93. BOWERS TL; PANTLE ML
      SHIPLEY INSTITUTE FOR LIVING SCALE AND THE KAUFMAN BRIEF INTELLIGENCE-TEST AS SCREENING INSTRUMENTS FOR INTELLIGENCE

      Assessment
    94. Demsky, Y; Gass, C; Edwards, WT; Golden, CJ
      Optimal short forms of the Spanish WAIS (EIWA)

      ASSESSMENT
    95. Allen, DN; Aldarondo, F; Goldstein, G; Huegel, SG; Gilbertson, M; van Kammen, DP
      Construct validity of neuropsychological tests in schizophrenia

      ASSESSMENT
    96. PIKE CK; HUDSON WW; MURPHY DL; MCCUAN ER
      USING 2ND-ORDER FACTOR-ANALYSIS IN EXAMINING MULTIPLE PROBLEMS OF CLIENTS

      Research on social work practice
    97. VANDERPLOEG RD; SCHINKA JA; BAUM KM; TREMONT G; MITTENBERG W
      WISC-III PREMORBID PREDICTION STRATEGIES - DEMOGRAPHIC AND BEST PERFORMANCE APPROACHES

      Psychological assessment
    98. Campbell, JM
      Internal and external validity of seven Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children - Third Edition short forms in a sample of psychiatric inpatients

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    99. LAFONT V; MEDECIN I; ROBERT PH; BEAULIEU FE; KAZES M; DANION JM; PRINGUEY D; DARCOURT G
      INITIATION AND SUPERVISORY PROCESSES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND DEPRESSION

      Schizophrenia research
    100. ALLEN DN; HUEGEL SG; SEATON BE; GOLDSTEIN G; GURKLIS JA; VANKAMMEN DP
      CONFIRMATORY FACTOR-ANALYSIS OF THE WAIS-R IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Schizophrenia research


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