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The item content changes from the WAIS-R to the WAIS-III may have affected the continuity of the Picture Completion, Picture Arrangement, and Object Assembly subtests. Only 50% of the content of Picture Completion and Picture Arrangement was retained from the WAIS-R, and only 60% of the Object Assembly items were retained. In addition, the correlations between the WAIS-R and WAIS-III versions of these subtests are relatively low (r s of .59 .63). Although the effects of these differences in subtests between versions of the test are not fully known, we must be cautious in assuming that studies that focus on these particular subtests are generalizable. We also know that significant changes occurred in Picture Arrangement and Picture Completion when the WAIS was revised to become the WAIS-R, thereby making research investigations on the W-B I or WAIS that were devoted to one or both of these subtests of questionable generalizability to the WAIS-R as well as the WAIS-III. For example, Fogel (1965) found WAIS Picture Arrangement to be a better discriminator of organics than five other WAIS subtests, including Block Design; introverts scored significantly lower on Picture Arrangement than did extroverts, as selected by the MMPI Social Isolation scale (Schill, 1966); and Blatt and his colleagues concluded that WAIS Picture Arrangement was a measure of anticipation and planning by relating subtest performance to criteria like punctuality versus procrastination or subscores on the Thematic Apperception Test (Blatt & Quinlan, 1967; Dickstein & Blatt, 1967). Because of the content changes in Picture Arrangement, it is dubious whether findings such
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The preceding sections have typically supported the continuity of measurement from the W-B I to the WAIS to the WAIS-R to the WAIS-III. In general, research findings on the older Wechsler adult batteries may be considered fairly applicable to the current instrument. There are, however, some qualifications and these are discussed in the following sections.
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The lack of construct validity for the WAIS-R s 16- to 19-year-olds based on the developmental change criterion is the finding of greatest concern, along with the unusual pattern observed on the WAIS-III (equal performance by ages 18 19 and 20 24). These problems with the WAIS-R norms at ages 16 19, and concern about the WAIS-III norms for older adolescents, call into question attempts to generalize any research findings from the W-B I or WAIS to the WAIS-R
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Although there are similarities in the factor structures for the four adult Wechsler batteries, there are some differences in the WAIS-III that one should consider before generalizing from W-B I, WAIS, or WAIS-R investigations of the two or three constructs that underlie the test batteries. The Verbal and Performance IQs continue to denote the two major factors, but, with the WAIS-III, the Object Assembly subtest is no longer a part of the Performance IQ and the new Matrix Reasoning subtest stands in its place. Although the mean scores on these two subtests have been shown to be almost identical across most age groups (Kaufman, 2000a; Kaufman & Lichtenberger, 1999), these two subtests are likely measuring quite different abilities, and may impact the meaning of the Performance IQ. Whereas Matrix Reasoning is a prototypical measure of Horn s fluid ability (Gf), Object Assembly requires speed and visual motor problem solving in addition to Gf. Therefore, any studies that explored V-P IQ differences on the W-B I, WAIS, or WAIS-R for diverse samples, such as those with known brain damage (Matarazzo & Herman, 1985; see s 8 and 9), should be examined with careful consideration before deciding whether they are generalizable to the WAIS-III. Similarly, studies using the WAIS and WAIS-R Freedom from Distractibility factor may be generalizable to the WAIS-III s Working Memory factor; however, the WAIS-III s addition of Letter-Number Sequencing to the traditional Digit Span-Arithmetic dyad adds much uncertainty to the meaningfulness of earlier versions of this factor to the current one. Research is needed simply to answer the question of whether the WAIS or WAIS-R results are applicable to the WAIS-III, especially because the neurological seat of Matrix Reasoning (Horn,
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1989) may be quite different from the righthemisphere damage that has long been associated with loss of functioning on Wechsler s traditional Performance subtests (see 8). Because the WAIS-III commonly produces a four-factor, rather than three-factor result, the typical factor-analytic findings for the W-B I, WAIS, and WAIS-R on diverse clinical and normal samples are not always going to be directly applicable to the WAIS-III. In particular, the specific nuances of the loadings of particular subtests will likely appear quite different, and the previous versions simply had no analogs for LetterNumber Sequencing, Symbol Search, and Matrix Reasoning. The specific loadings of any given subtest are subject to the influences of variables such as sample size, geographic location of the subject pool, and simple chance error, as well as variables having to do with modifications in the test battery itself. Hence, when generalizing research findings from the W-B I, WAIS, or WAIS-R to the WAIS-III, it is better to focus on key results dealing with the two or three global constructs or with the general factor underlying overall performance (e.g., Full Scale IQ) than to dwell on subsidiary results or relatively minor details.
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