Essay about Week 3 Assignment

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I. Introduction
II. Intelligence testing methods
A. Wechsler adult intelligence
1. General cognition
2. Disabilities
3. Intellectual giftedness
B. Binet-Simon scale
1. Analytical
2. Creative
3. Practical
C. Stanford-Binet intelligence scale
1. General factors
2. Verbal-Educational
3. Spatial-Perceptual
III. Method applications
A. Wechsler-Bellevue intelligence scale
1. Age level
2. Point scale
3. Non-verbal
B. Binet-Simon scale
1. Replying to abstract questions
2. Definition of familiar objects
3. Definition of abstract terms
C. Stanford-Binet intelligence scale
1. Verbal gaps to be filled
2. Drawing designs from memory
3. Recognition of food
IV. Differences between methods
A. Binet-Simon, Stanford-Binet, and Wechsler-Bellevue
1. Tests for children
2. Tests for adults
3. Features
V. Conclusion References
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