Wednesday, August 16, 2006

WJ III NU (normative update): "Specification of cognitive processes involved in tests" publication

Dr. Fred Schrank, a colleague and co-author of the WJ III [this is a conflict of interest disclosure for both of us], has just published a new Assessment Service Bulletin (ASB # 7): "Specification of the Cognitive Processes Involved in Performance on the Woodcock-Johnson III NU". (click here to view/download).

The paragraph below, which was extracted from the ASB, is self-explanatory. Enjoy
  • This bulletin integrates information on the Woodcock-Johnson III (WJ III®), Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory, and selected research in cognitive psychology—the branch of psychology that is based on the scientific study of human cognitive processes. Support for a specification of the cognitive processes involved in performance on the WJ III is described in terms of an integration of CHC theory with selected classic and contemporary cognitive and neuroscience research.
This publication was made available to IAP (and this blog) by Riverside Publishing.
  • "Woodcock-Johnson III NU Assessment Service Bulletin Number 7 used with permission of the publisher. Copyright 2006 by the Riverside Publishing Company. All rights reserved"

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