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NOTE: Decimal points are omitted. Loading of .40 and above are in bold print. Data for the Wechsler-Bellevue I are the means of the oblique-rotated loadings from three-factor solutions reported by Cohen (1952a) for three neuropsychiatric groups, each composed of 100 hospitalized male veterans between the ages of 20 and 40: psychoneurotic, schizophrenic, brain-damaged. The data for the WAIS and WAIS-R are the means of the varimax-rotated loadings from two-factor solutions reported by Silverstein (1982a) for the standardization samples of each instrument. For the WAIS, means are based on three age groups (18 19, 25 34, and 45 54) comprising a total of 800 subjects; for the WAIS-R, means are based on all nine age groups between 16 and 74, comprising 1880 subjects. The data for the WAIS-III are from a two-factor varimax-rotated principal factor so-
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