Step 5: Interpret the Meaning of the Crystallized and Fluid Scales in .NET

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Step 5: Interpret the Meaning of the Crystallized and Fluid Scales
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If there is not significant scatter or variability among the subtests that comprise each scale (Steps 3 & 4), then the scales are likely measuring a unitary ability. Thus, the examiner should articulate what these scales mean and if there is a significant difference between them. For example, in the case of an examinee who has performed significantly better on the Fluid Scale than on the Crystallized Scale (without significant scatter within either scale), you should ex-
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TABLE 13.6 Summary of size of subtest scatter necessary for abnormality
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Core Battery (Number of Subtests) Crystallized (3) 5 Fluid (3) 6 Composite (6) 8 Expanded Battery (Number of Subtests) Crystallized (4) 6 Fluid (4) 7 Composite (8) 9
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NOTE: The values for scatter were taken from Table 5.4 of the KAIT Administration and Scoring Manual (p. 50) and indicate differences between highest and lowest subtest scaled scores that occurred in only 15 percent of the standardization sample.
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plain that the examinee does significantly better in solving novel problems than in solving problems dependent on schooling and acculturation. On the other hand, if there is significant scatter within one or both of the scales, you should indicate that the particular scale or scales are not interpretable due to the variability within the scale. However, there is an exception to the rule of scatter indicating that a scale is not interpretable. As mentioned previously, if an abnormally large discrepancy exists between the Fluid and Crystallized Scales (as in Dafne s case), you may interpret the discrepancy between the scales because such an abnormally large difference is likely clinically meaningful, regardless of the presence of significant variability among the subtests in either one of the scales.
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Step 6: Interpret KAIT Strengths and Weaknesses
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To gain a more thorough understanding of an individual s abilities, it is helpful to look at the strengths and weaknesses within the profile. Many adolescents and adults show variability within their subtest profile, so it is important to determine whether the variability within the profile is statistically significant. This process involves calculating statistically significant strengths and weaknesses within the subtest scaled scores. There are typically two modes of determining strengths and weaknesses: comparing a person s scores to those of the normative population, and comparing them to the individual s own mean score (an ipsative comparison). The calculations used as part of the profile analysis, which is completed on the backside of the Individual Record Form, produce ipsative strengths and weaknesses. That is, the strengths and weaknesses found deviate from the person s own average performance. Before computing the strengths and weaknesses portion of the profile analysis, you must first transfer the individual subtest scaled scores to their corresponding space in the
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Subtests section. (You may also want to graph the scores on the Subtest Scaled-Score Profile at this time). Also transfer the examinee s IQs, including their confidence intervals, and graph them under the IQ Profile. (See page 45 of the KAIT Administration and Scoring Manual for an example of a profile analysis page.) Next, determine which mean scaled score to use for calculating strengths and weaknesses. If there is no significant difference between the Crystallized and Fluid IQs, use the mean score for the Composite Intelligence Scale. If there is a significant difference between the Crystallized and Fluid IQs, use the separate mean scaled scores for the Crystallized Scale and Fluid Scale, respectively (see Figure 7.2 for determining significant differences). After determining which mean scaled score to use, transfer the appropriate score(s) to the back page of the record form. To determine strengths and weaknesses, calculate the difference between each subtest scaled score and the appropriate mean scaled score. Remember, the appropriate mean scaled score is determined by the discrepancy between the Crystallized and Fluid IQs. If there is not a significant discrepancy between the Crystallized Fluid IQs, the difference between each subtest scaled score and the mean scaled score for the Composite Scale would be calculated. If there is a significant Crystallized Fluid IQ discrepancy, the difference between each Crystallized subtest scaled score and the mean scaled score for the Crystallized Scale would be calculated; the difference between each Fluid subtest scaled score and the mean scaled score for the Fluid Scale would be calculated. If the difference score is equal to or exceeds the difference required for significance at the .05 level, which is listed on the record form, then it is either a significant strength or weakness. It is a strength if the value is positive, a weakness if the value is negative. However, these strengths and weaknesses may or may not deviate from the average of the normative population. Thus, it is also important to examine the standard scores. Sometimes a person s performance on a subtest is a strength or
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