PART I: Introduction to the Assessment of Adolescent and Adult Intelligence.
CHAPTER 1: IQ Tests: Their History, Use, Validity, and Intelligent Interpretation.
CHAPTER 2: Heritability and Malleability of IQ and Attacks on the IQ Construct.
CHAPTER 3: From the Wechsler-Bellevue I to the WAIS-III.
PART II: Individual Differences on Age, Socioeconomic Status, and Other Key Variables.
CHAPTER 4: Individual Differences for Adolescents and Adults on Gender, Ethnicity, Urban–Rural Residence, and Socioeconomic Status.
CHAPTER 5: Age and Intelligence across the Adult Life Span.
PART III: Integration and Application of WAIS-III Research.
CHAPTER 6: Research on Administration, Scoring, and Relationships between Wechsler Scales.
CHAPTER 7: Factor Analysis of the WAIS-III.
CHAPTER 8: Verbal–Performance IQ Discrepancies: A Neuropsychological Approach.
CHAPTER 9: Verbal–Performance IQ Discrepancies: A Clinical Approach.
PART IV: Interpretation of the WAIS-III Profile: IQs, Factor Indexes, and Subtest Scaled Scores.
CHAPTER 10: Profile Interpretation: What the Subtests Measure.
CHAPTER 11: WAIS-III Profile Interpretation: Steps 1–7.
CHAPTER 12: WAIS-III Profile Interpretation: Steps 8 and 9.
PART V: Additional Measures of Adolescent and Adult IQ.
CHAPTER 13: Kaufman Adolescent and Adult Intelligence Test (KAIT).
CHAPTER 14: Woodcock-Johnson Battery—Third Edition (WJ III) 561
CHAPTER 15: Brief Tests of Intelligence and Related Abilities 629
APPENDIX A: Alternative Approach to Interpreting the WAIS-III: Applying the Theory-Based Flanagan-Kaufman Interpretive Method for the WISC-IV.
APPENDIX B: WAIS-III Interpretive Worksheet.
APPENDIX C: Norm Tables for Computing Standard Scores on the General Ability Index (GAI) and the Clinical Clusters.
APPENDIX D: Watkins and Canivez’s Critique of the Kaufman-Lichtenberger Interpretive System and Articulation of a New Theory-Based Approach to Profile Interpretation.
2. Stronger focus on cross-battery approach helps students integrate many instruments to obtain a complete picture of cognitive ability.
3. Inclusion of neuropsychological tests and related research informs students about this rapidly growing field.
2. Focus on cross-battery approach to assessment
3. Includes new method for interpreting WAIS-III based on CHC theory
4. Includes numerous case studies throughout
5. Also includes chapters on the KAIT, WJ III and Brief Measures of Intelligence