nonverbal intelligence

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intelligence that is manifested in the performance of tasks requiring little or no use of language

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After sampling 66 adults, Lassiter, Harrison, Mathews, and Bell (2001) compared the GAMA to the Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (CTONI; Hammill, Pearson, & Widerholt, 1997), a test specifically designed to measure fluid intelligence.
Sari de la Motte: Nonverbal intelligence is the ability to be aware, adaptable and authentic in your communication.
Testing the nonverbal intelligence of working-age visually impaired adults: Evaluation of the adapted Kohs Block Design Test.
According to DeYoung, both verbal and nonverbal intelligence (9) are influenced by a mix of genetic and environmental forces (a neurotic person's mental function will be impaired by anxiety precisely when intelligence would be most useful).
A nonverbal alternative to the Wechsler scales: The Snijders-Oomen Nonverbal Intelligence Tests.
b) p-Values were generated by two sample f tests, except for cord blood cotinine level, maternal test of nonverbal intelligence, maternal blood cotinine level at birth, and gestational age, which were not normally distributed, and for which nonparametric Wilcoxon tests were therefore used.
Proficient Mexican-American elementary students convergent and discriminant validity of the Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test with limited English.
Proponents of nonverbal intelligence testing claim that verbally-based tests are culturally biased against diverse test takers and that the tests should not be used to identify diverse gifted students (e.
His numerous publications include The Resource Teacher: A Guide to Effective Practices, Historical Perspectives on the Education of the Learning Disabled, The Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence, and The Gray Oral Reading Test.
It is now known that for minorities, traditional IQ tests may not provide as accurate a picture of cognitive ability as nonverbal tests, such as the Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test and the Leiter International Performance Scale (V.
Therefore, nonverbal intelligence is included in the test battery as a complement to the phonological tests to further study this issue.
In this nonverbal intelligence test measuring spatial reasoning, subjects are presented with a series of figures with a missing piece.
To examine these issues, scores on the Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test were compared with Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-III Performance IQs.
Instruments such as the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT, Naglieri, 2003) and the Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (TONI; Brown, Sherbenou, & Johnsen, 1997) are intended to be used with students who are culturally different.
In a review of the scientific literature on g and IQ, he concludes that middle-class children draw on extensive experience in manipulating written words and numbers to recognize the nature of nonverbal intelligence problems.