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WAIS-IV

(Wechsler, 2008)

R = .97-.98 (FSIQ)
V = .94 (w/ WAIS-III)

ages 16-90:11

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WASI-II

(Wechsler, 2011)

R = ..90-.96 (composites)
V = .92 (w/ WAIS-IV FSIQ)

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SB5

(Roid, 2003)

R= .97-.98 (FSIQ)
V= .90 (w/ SBIV); .82 (w/ WASI-III)

ages 2-85+

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CTONI- II

(Hammill, Pearson, and Wiederholt, 2009)

R = .80s-.90s
V = .70s

ages 6- 90:11

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TONI-4

(Brown, Sherbernou, and Johnson, 2010)

R = .99
V= .74 (w/ TONI-3)

ages 6 - 89:11

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WISC-V

(Wechsler, 2010)

R= .80-.96 (internal consistency across ages)
V= .86 (w/ WISC-IV)

ages 6- 16:11

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WPPSI-III

(Wechsler, 2002)

R= .92 (FSIQ)
v= .85 (w/ WPPSI-R)

ages 2:6-7:3

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WIAT-III

(Wechsler, 2009)

R = .91-.98 (composite scores)
V= .93 (w/ WIAT-II)

ages 4-19:11

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WRAT-5

and WRAT-4 since I don't have the R and V yet

(Wilkinson and Robertson, 2017)

R= good (upper .80s; substest) to excellent (.90s; composite)
V= ? (with WRAT-4)

ages 5-85+


WRAT -4 (Wilkinson and Roberston, 2006)

R = .87-.96
V= .56-.87 (w/ WRAT-3)

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WJ-IV

(Woodcock and Johnson, 2014)

R = .88-.92 (across ages)
V= .74-.84 (with WAIS-IV; .45-.72 (with WISC-IV)

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Rorschach

In general

R= .76-.89 (Meyer, Mihura, and Smith, 2005) - among experienced clinicians; evidence for .26-.96

V = .30-.50 (Groth- Marnat, 2009); establishing is difficult

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Rorschach, using R-PAS

(R-PAS: Meyer et al., 2011)

Inter-Rater R: .60-.99
V= good for all CS variables

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TAT

(Murray and Morgan, 1943)

R= .37-.90 (Groth-Marnat, 2009)
V= .45 (Groth-Marnat, 2009)

**CAT (Bellack, 1954, 1986) can be used for children ages 3-10***

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Draw - A - Man/ Person (DAP)

(Goodenough, 1926)

R and V are difficult to establish because of fluctuating conditions of administration and the assumptions behind the procedure are difficult to prove

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MMPI-2-RF

(Ben-Porath and Tellegen, 2008)

R= .40-.93
V= good (w/ MMPI-2)


ages 18+ (5th grade reding level)

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MCMI-IV

(Millon, Grossman, and Millon, 2015)

R= .73-.93
V= .84

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MMPI-A

(Butcher et al., 1992)

R= .54-.84
V= strongly related to MMPI-2

Ages 14-18

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MACI

(Millon, 1993)

R= .57-.92
V= .00-.52 (w/ clinical juddgment)

ages 13-19

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Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test- II

(Bender et al., 2003)

from Bender (1938)

R= .85
V=.91

ages 4-85

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Brown ADD

(Brown, 1996)

R=.87 (test/retest)
V= validity with WAIS

ages 12-18 and adult

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CBCL

(Achenbach, 2001)

R= .79-.88 (test/retest)
V= .71-.85 (criterion)

TRF, YSR (11-18)

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CPT

(Conner, 2002)

R= .05-.84 (test-retest)
V=.33-.37

ages 6-adult

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ABAS-III

(Harrison and Oakland, 2015)

R= test/retest .70-.90, inter-rater .70-.91
V= .57-.84

ages birth - 89:11

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BRIEF-II

(Gioia, Isquith, Guy, and Kenworthy, 2015)

R= .9 (parent/teacher ratings); .8 (self)
V= good convergent validity with CBCL, BASC-2, Conners-3, WISC-V, WAIS-IV

ages 5-18

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WMS-IV

(Wechsler, 2009)

R= .50-.90
V= .35-.43 (w/ WMS-III) and .38-.44 (w/ RBANS)

ages 16-90