FACTOR ANALYSIS OF THE WAIS-III in .NET

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TABLE 7.5 Two- and three-factor oblimin-rotated principal factor solutions for the 14 WAIS-III subtests at ages 16 to 89 years (N = 2,450)
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Two-Factor Solutions WAIS-III Subtest Verbal Vocabulary Similarities Arithmetic Digit Span Information Comprehension Letter-Number Sequencing Performance Picture Completion Digit Symbol-Coding Block Design Matrix Reasoning Picture Arrangement Symbol Search Object Assembly .59 .72 .71 .55 .41 .90 .59 .09 .10 .05 .22 .30 .16 .06 .53 .26 .62 .36 .37 .42 .77 .14 .07 .10 .25 .33 .09 .09 .10 .53 .15 .24 .07 .54 .10 .01 .11 .41 .42 .00 .03 .52 .89 .75 .39 .18 .85 .81 .17 .02 .13 .05 .10 .01 .08 .04 .86 .74 .37 .13 .83 .80 .12 .06 .09 .45 .65 .05 .03 .71 I II Three-Factor Solutions I II III
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NOTE: Loadings of .40 and above are in bold print. Data are from Kaufman et al. (2001). Factors I and II in the two-factor solution correlated .75. In the three-factor solution, the following correlations among factors emerged: I X II = .61; I X III = .55; II X III = .64.
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ings from the three Working Memory subtests and the two Processing Speed Subtests (ranging from .52 to .67; see Table 7.4), suggesting that it represents a meaningful psychological construct. However, as discussed below, there is strong theoretical support for the four-factor solution.
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THE WAIS-III AS A FOUR-FACTOR TEST
The four-factor solution of the WAIS-III has been the most heavily researched of all the factor solutions (Psychological Corporation, 1997; Sattler & Ryan, 1999; Ward et al., 2000). The Psychological Corporation (1997) conducted exploratory and
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confirmatory factor analyses in developing the four-factor WAIS-III. In exploratory factor analyses they compared the factor solutions for the total standardization sample as well as those for five separate age groups ranging from 16 19 to 75 89 years. Throughout most of the analyses, a four-factor solution was supported. Tables 4.18, 4.19, 4.20, and 4.21 in the WAIS-III/WMS-III Technical Manual (Psychological Corporation, 1997) provide the four-factor solutions for the five age groups. Table 7.6 shows the exploratory factor pattern for four-factor obliquely rotated solutions on the total standardization sample. The first factor is Verbal Comprehension, with highest loadings by Vocabulary, Information, Similarities, and Comprehension. The second factor is Perceptual Organization, with the highest loadings by Block
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INTEGRATION AND APPLICATION OF WAIS-III RESEARCH
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TABLE 7.6 Four-factor solutions with an oblique rotation of the WAIS-III from exploratory analyses of the total standardization sample, ages 16 89 (N = 2,450)
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Subtest Vocabulary Similarities Information Comprehension Picture Completion Block Design Matrix Reasoning Picture Arrangement Arithmetic Digit Span Letter-Number Sequencing Digit Symbol-Coding Symbol Search Verbal Comprehension .89 .76 .81 .80 .10 .02 .05 .27 .22 .00 .01 .02 .01 Perceptual Organization .10 .10 .03 .07 .56 .71 .61 .47 .15 .06 .02 .03 .16 Working Memory .05 .03 .06 .01 .13 .04 .21 .09 .51 .71 .62 .08 .07 Processing Speed .06 .03 .04 .03 .17 .03 .09 .06 .04 .03 .13 .68 .63
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NOTE: Loadings of .40 and above are in bold print. The inter-factor correlations ranged from .60 to .77, magnitudes indicating that the amount of shared variance between any two factors is equal to or less than 60%. From WAIS-III WMS-III Technical Manual (p. 105) by The Psychological Corporation, 1997, San Antonio, TX: Author. Copyright 1997 by The Psychological Corporation. Reproduced with permission.
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Design, Matrix Reasoning, Picture Completion, and Picture Arrangement. The third factor, Working Memory, is defined by the highest loadings from Digit Span, Letter-Number Sequencing, and Arithmetic. The fourth factor was defined by Digit Symbol-Coding and Symbol Search, and reflects processing speed. For the four youngest age groups, the overall sample is nearly identical; however, there are some important discrepancies in the structure for the oldest age group, which we discuss in depth in the section of this chapter on age-related findings.
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