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Bell, Nancy L.; Rucker, Marggi; Finch, A. J., Jr.; Alexander, Joanne – Psychology in the Schools, 2002
Examines the concurrent validity of the Slosson Full-Range Intelligence Test (S-FRIT) by comparing S-FRIT scores to the scores of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Third Edition (WISC-III) and the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement-Revised (WJ-R). Results revealed that the S-FRIT scores were more related to overall intelligence,…
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Concurrent Validity, Elementary Education, Intelligence Tests
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Prewett, Peter N.; Fowler, Diane B. – Psychology in the Schools, 1992
For 72 elementary school students, Slosson Intelligence Tests (SITs) administered by school counselors correlated significantly with school psychologist-administered Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised (WISC-R) (r=.75). Slosson intelligence quotient (IQ) correlated significantly higher with WISC-R Verbal IQ than with Performance IQ.…
Descriptors: Comparative Testing, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Intelligence Tests
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Tomsic, Margie; Rankin, Richard J. – Psychology in the Schools, 1985
Scored protocols for 683 gifted students aged six to 12 years using 1961 and 1981 norms of the Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT). Average 1981 norm score was 5.17 points lower than the 1961 norm score. Differences increased with age. Discussed implications for using the SIT for selecting gifted children. (Author/BH)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Gifted, Screening Tests
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Stewart, Kenneth D.; Jones, Elvis C. – Psychology in the Schools, 1976
Ten years of validity research concerning the Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT) is reviewed. The equivalence of the SIT to the Stanford-Binet and the Wechsler Scales is examined and the relationship of the SIT to achievement measures is described. (Author)
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Comparative Analysis, Comparative Testing, Evaluation
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Eaves, Ronald C.; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1994
Study investigated relative merits of using teacher judgment and Slosson Full-Range Intelligence Test (SFRIT) to estimate students' math and reading achievement. Analyses of students enrolled in a remedial-reading program, showed that the SFRIT recovered more variance from the distributions of math and reading tests than did teacher judgment. (RJM)
Descriptors: Children, Elementary Secondary Education, Intelligence, Intelligence Tests
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Sattler, Jerome M; Covin, Thernon M. – Psychology in the Schools, 1986
The Slosson Intelligence Test (revised norms) (SIT) and the WISC-R (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised) were compared. Results provide a moderate degree of support for the concurrent validity of the revised SIT norms, using the WISC-R as the criterion. However, the intelligence quotients on the two tests may not be interchangeable.…
Descriptors: Comparative Testing, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Gifted
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Raskin, Larry M.; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
The authors report on two studies showing that the Slosson Intelligence Test yields higher scores than the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test for both nursery school and third-grade children, indicating that care should be taken when the SIT is used for intellectual screening. (Author)
Descriptors: Educational Research, Educational Testing, Elementary School Students, Intelligence Quotient
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Bohning, Gerry – Psychology in the Schools, 1980
An item analysis profile sheet to accompany the Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT) is helpful in providing a functional test interpretation. The lack of recorded technical and statistical information is a serious concern. Without such information, a practitioner could not use the Item Analysis of SIT with confidence. (Author)
Descriptors: Children, Educational Diagnosis, Elementary Secondary Education, Intelligence Tests
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Coleman, Marilyn; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1980
The mean IQ on the Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT) was substantially higher than expected based on the earlier Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT) scores. Sampling error and examiner error were excluded as explanations. Results suggest that the PPVT and SIT yield different scores and lack comparability. (Author)
Descriptors: Children, Comparative Analysis, Intelligence Tests, Intervention
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Karnes, Frances A.; Brown, K. Eliot – Psychology in the Schools, 1979
Compared the SIT with the WISC-R for a group of intellectually gifted students. Results indicated reduced correlations between the measures. (Author)
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Comparative Analysis, Gifted, High Achievement
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Rust, James O.; Lose, Betti D. – Psychology in the Schools, 1980
All variables except the Slosson Intelligence Test were poor predictors of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (Revised) intelligence scores. A moderate correlation was found between verbal and full scale IQ scores and a lower relationship between performance IQ scores on the two scales. Results may be culture specific. (Author/JAC)
Descriptors: Culture Fair Tests, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Enrichment Activities
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Crofoot, M.J.; Bennett, T.S. – Psychology in the Schools, 1980
Slosson Intelligence Test scores are the best predictor of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (Revised) (WISC-R) IQ scores. But they are often higher than WISC-R scores and increasingly verbally weighted. A skilled teacher's classroom observation is as valid an indicator of need for in-depth assessment as screening tests. (JAC)
Descriptors: Cognitive Measurement, Comparative Testing, Diagnostic Tests, Educational Diagnosis
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Mize, John M.; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1979
This study suggests that the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test and the Slosson Intelligence Test measure different and limited aspects of a child's ability and are only rough estimates of his/her capability of what is generally termed intelligence. Scores from either should be interpreted with care and in light of other information about a child.…
Descriptors: Children, Comparative Analysis, Educational Diagnosis, Intelligence Tests
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Lowrance, Dan; Anderson, Howard N. – Psychology in the Schools, 1979
A study of WISC-R and the Slosson Intelligence Test (SIT) reveal that SIT IQs were higher than WISC-R IQs in the upper range and lower in the lower range. Concludes that the SIT provides a good estimate of WISC-R full scale IQs when a regression equation is used. (Author)
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Educational Counseling, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students
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Hale, Robert L.; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1978
This study investigated the efficacy of predicting academic achievement as measured by the Wide Range Achievement Test, using the Slosson Intelligence Test For Children and Adults as the predictor. Results indicate that the Slosson IQ significantly predicts Wide Range standard scores. (Author)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Intelligence Tests, Predictive Measurement, Prognostic Tests
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