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ADDITIONAL MEASURES OF ADOLESCENT AND ADULT IQ
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summarizing the studies presented in the WJ III technical manual, a recently completed group differentiation analysis with the special Gregg/Hoy LD/non-LD university sample will be presented later in this chapter. Concurrent Validity: WJ III Ability Cluster Correlations with Achievement and Other Intelligence Batteries The WJ III GIA scores displayed concurrent correlations in the .70s with the general composite scores across all age samples and instruments (WPPSI-R, WISC-III, WAIS-III, DAS, KAIT, and SB-IV; McGrew & Woodcock, 2001). These studies provide concurrent validity evidence that the WJ III GIA-Std and GIA-Ext clusters are valid indicators of general intelligence, as operationalized by other intelligence batteries. The single adult-specific concurrent study that presented correlations with the composite scores of other intelligence batteries was the Gregg/Hoy university sample (1985) described previously. Given the selective nature of the two adult subgroups included in this study, the combined sample exhibited significant restriction of range in scores, a situation that dampened the resultant correlations. Thus, the relative comparisons of concurrent correlations are important here, not the absolute magnitude of the correlations. Given this caveat, the .67 and .75 correlations (reported in Table 14.11) with the WAIS-III Full Scale and KAIT Composite IQ, respectively, reinforce the validity of the WJ III COG as a valid measure of general intellectual functioning with adults. Also presented in Table 14.11 are select correlations that allow for the comparison of the relative concurrent validity of the WJ III, WAIS-III, and KAIT composite scores in the prediction of basic reading, math, and writing achievement. Across and within achievement domains, the WJ III Predicted Achievement and GIA-Standard clusters outperformed both the WAIS-III Full Scale and KAIT composite IQs in the concurrent prediction of achievement. The superiority
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of the WJ III Predicted Achievement option was again borne out in these data. It is particularly interesting to note that the KAIT demonstrated a median correlation (.51) with achievement much closer to the WJ III GIA-Standard (.56) and WJ III Predicted Achievement (.60) options than did the WAIS-III (.36). It is hypothesized that this is because the KAIT (although only providing Gf and Gc composite scores) includes a much greater breadth of CHC abilities than does the WAIS-III, but not as great a breadth as does the WJ III. The prior discussion of the joint WJ III, WAIS-III, WMS-III, KAIT CFA study and the Flanagan and McGrew (1998) study support this interpretation. These data suggest that CHC-designed intelligence batteries, and the WJ III in particular, may hold a distinct advantage over the venerable WAIS-III when investigating the academic functioning of adolescents and adults. A more circumscribed study described in the WJ III technical manual (Norton Study; see McGrew & Woodcock, 2001) involved 50 adults attending a California community college. As part of a study focused on understanding math achievement, the adult subjects were administered a select set of eight WJ III Cognitive tests, five WJ III research tests, and two WJ III math achievement tests. They were also administered select tests from the KAIT and WAIS-III. The specific cognitive tests selected from each battery were those from the CHC ability domains (i.e., Gf, Gv, Gs, Glr) that prior research suggested were the most related to math achievement (Flanagan et al., 2000; McGrew & Flanagan, 1998). In the Norton Community College sample, the simple correlations between all Gf tests (WJ III Analysis Synthesis and Concept Formation; WAIS-III Matrix Reasoning; KAIT Logical Steps and Mystery Codes) and math achievement were consistently higher than the correlations between the Glr, Gs, and Gv tests and math achievement. Stepwise multiple regression found the combination of the WJ III Concept Formation and Analysis Synthesis tests (regression
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