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WAIS-III Interpretive Worksheet
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STEP 1. Report the Person s WAIS-III Standard Scores (FS-IQ and Indexes) and Subtest Scaled Scores
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For IQ and Indexes, report standard score, confidence interval, percentile rank, and descriptive category. For subtests, report scaled scores and percentile ranks only (see Table A.2 for descriptive categories).
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Index Subtest Verbal Comprehension Vocabulary Similarities Information (Comprehension) Perceptual Organization Picture Completion Block Design Matrix Reasoning (Picture Arrangement) Working Memory Arithmetic Digit Span Letter-Number Sequencing Processing Speed Digit Symbol Coding Symbol Search Full Scale IQ Optional Verbal IQ Performance IQ
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NOTE: Subtests appearing in parentheses do not contribute to the Index. CI = Confidence Interval.
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APPENDIX B
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WAIS-III INTERPRETIVE WORKSHEET
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STEP 2. Determine the Best Way to Summarize Overall Intellectual Ability Step 2a. To determine whether the FS-IQ is interpretable, subtract the Lowest Index from the Highest Index. Index Names: Index Standard Scores: Highest Lowest = Difference
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Is the size of the difference less than 1.5 standard deviations (i.e., < 23 points) Yes No
If YES, then the FS-IQ may be interpreted as a reliable and valid estimate of a person s overall intellectual ability. If NO, then proceed to Step 2b. Step 2b. To determine whether the General Ability Index (GAI) may be used to summarize overall intellectual ability, calculate the difference between the VCI and POI Index Standard Scores: VCI POI = Difference
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Is the size of the difference less than 1.5 standard deviations (i.e., < 23 points) Yes No
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If YES, then the GAI can be calculated and interpreted as a reliable and valid estimate of the person s overall intellectual ability. If NO, then proceed to Step 3. To calculate the GAI, sum 6 subtest scaled scores of the 3 VCI subtests and 3 POI subtests and locate the GAI that corresponds to this sum in Table C.1 (adapted from D. S. Tulsky, D. H. Saklofske, C. Wilkins, & L. G. Weiss (2001). Development of a General Ability Index for the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale Third Edition. Psychological Assessment, 13, 566 571.) Scaled Scores: Voc + Sim + Info + MR + BD + PC = Sum of Subtest Scaled Scores = GAI
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STEP 3. Determine Whether Each of the Four Indexes is Unitary and, Thus Interpretable Step 3a. Calculate the difference between the highest and lowest VCI subtest scaled scores. VCI Subtest Scaled Scores: Highest Lowest = Difference
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Is the difference between the highest and lowest VCI subtest scaled scores < 5 Yes No
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APPENDIX B
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WAIS-III INTERPRETIVE WORKSHEET
If YES, interpret the VCI as representing a unitary Index. If NO, do not interpret the VCI as representing a unitary Index. Proceed to Step 3b. Step 3b. Calculate the difference between the highest and lowest POI subtest scaled scores. POI Subtest Scaled Scores: Highest Lowest = Difference
Is the difference between the highest and lowest POI subtest scaled scores < 5 Yes No
If YES, interpret the POI as representing a unitary Index. If NO, do not interpret the POI as representing a unitary Index. Proceed to Step 3c. Step 3c. Calculate the difference between the highest and lowest WMI subtest scaled scores. WMI Subtest Scaled Scores: Highest Lowest = Difference
Is the difference between the highest and lowest WMI subtest scaled scores < 5 Yes No
If YES, interpret the WMI as representing a unitary Index. If NO, do not interpret the WMI as representing a unitary Index. Proceed to Step 3d. Step 3d. Calculate the difference between the PSI subtest scaled scores. PSI Subtest Scaled Scores: Highest Lowest = Difference
Is the difference between the highest and lowest PSI subtest scaled scores < 5 Yes No
If YES, interpret the PSI as representing a unitary Index. If NO, do not interpret the PSI as representing a unitary Index. Proceed to Step 4. STEP 4. Determine Normative Strengths and Normative Weaknesses in the Index Profile Enter the name of each interpretable Index in the table below. Record the standard score for each interpretable Index. Place a checkmark in the box corresponding to the appropriate normative category for each Index.
APPENDIX B
WAIS-III INTERPRETIVE WORKSHEET
Interpretable Index
Standard Score
Normative Weakness < 85
Within Normal Limits 85 115
Normative Strength >115
STEP 5. Determine Personal Strengths and Personal Weaknesses in the Index Profile Step 5a. Compute the mean of the person s Indexes and round to the nearest tenth of a point. Note that all Indexes (interpretable and noninterpretable) are included in the computation of the mean. + VCI POI + WMI + PSI + (Sum) / 4 = (Index Mean)
Step 5b. Fill in the table below as follows: Record the name of the interpretable Indexes in column (1) Record the interpretable Index standard score in column (2) Record the rounded mean of all Indexes in column (3) (from Step 5a) Record the difference Score (i.e., Standard Score minus Mean) in column (4) Record the critical value needed for the difference score to be considered significant in column (5) (these values are included below for p < .05) If the difference score equals or exceeds the critical value, record a PS for a positive (+) difference score or a PW for a negative ( ) difference score. Rounded Mean of All Indexes (3) Critical Value Needed for Significance (5) Personal Strength or Personal Weakness (PS or PW) (6)
Interpretable Index (1)
Standard Score (2)
Difference Score (4)