WISC-V (2nd Ed.)
Clinical Use and Interpretation

Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional Series

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Language: Anglais
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500 p. · 15.2x22.9 cm · Hardback

The Wechsler Intelligence Scale is the most widely used intelligence test for children worldwide. WISC-V introduces new subtests, composite scores, process scores, error scores, and scaled scores as a more complex and accurate means of assessing cognitive abilities. WISC-V Assessment and Interpretation provides practical information for clinicians on selection of subtest measures, administration, and interpretation.

New subtests are described along with tips for accurate administration and scoring. Full Scale IQ is identified as important for predicting relevant behaviors, and primary index scores for characterizing the child?s strengths and weaknesses. Classroom indicators of low scores on each of these abilities are identified, with suggested interventions, accommodations, and instructional strategies for low scorers. Coverage includes ethnic differences for the Full Scale IQ and each primary index score, along with evidence of the profound influence of parental attitudes and expectations. Several other societal and contextual factors relevant to understanding racial/ethnic differences are presented. Two chapters review use of the WISC-V for identifying learning disabilities, testing of individuals with dyslexia, and best-practice recommendations to ensure accurate diagnosis and intervention. Concluding chapters describe advances in the Q-interactive system platform allowing administration of the WISC-V on iPads and other tablets and how clinicians can tailor assessment using select WISC-V subtests and features.



  • Authored by the creators of the WISC-V
  • Describes the new subtests, revised test structure, and test extensions
  • Advises clinicians on test selection
  • Provides test result interpretation
  • Discusses clinical applications of test use

1. WISC-V: Advances in the Assessment of Intelligence 2. Practical Considerations in WISC-V Interpretation and Intervention 3. Advanced Interpretation of Executive Processes with WISC-V Integrated 4. Theoretical and Clinical Foundations of the WISC-V Index Scores 5. WISC-V Use in Societal Context 6. Testing Hispanics with WISC-V and WISC-V Spanish 7. Cross Cultural Issues in Children's Intelligence: An International Perspective 8. The Flynn Effect and its Clinical Implications 9. WISC-V and the Evolving Role of Intelligence Testing in the Assessment of Learning Disabilites 10. Translating Scientific Progress in Dyslexia into Twenty-first Century Diagnosis and Interventions 11. Issues Related to WISC-V Assessment of Cognitive Functioning in Special and Clinical Groups 12. Digital Assessment with Q-interactive 13. WISC-V and the Personalized Assessment Approach