Saturday, July 22, 2017

Evaluating WAIS–IV structure through a different psychometric lens: structural causal model discovery as an alternative to confirmatory factor analysis via BrowZine

Evaluating WAIS–IV structure through a different psychometric lens: structural causal model discovery as an alternative to confirmatory factor analysis
van Dijk, Marjolein J. A. M.; Claassen, Tom; Suwartono, Christiany; van der Veld, William M.; van der Heijden, Paul T.; Hendriks, Marc P. H.
The Clinical Neuropsychologist: Articles in press



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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Disconnected lives: Women with intellectual disabilities in conflict with the law via BrowZine

Disconnected lives: Women with intellectual disabilities in conflict with the law
Levine, Kathryn Ann; Proulx, Jocelyn; Schwartz, Karen
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities: Articles in press



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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Science, Technology, Society, and Law via BrowZine

Science, Technology, Society, and Law
Cole, Simon A.; Bertenthal, Alyse
Annual Review of Law and Social Science: Vol. 13 Issue 1 – 2017:

10.1146/annurev-lawsocsci-110316-113550

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Saturday, July 1, 2017

Research Byte: Reliability of competence and sanity opinions---a meta-analysis

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"Intelligent" intelligence testing with Wechsler Arithmetic test

This article is a good reminder that "intelligent" intelligence testing requires "knowing thy subtests."

The authors conclude "In summary, while Arithmetic may be considered a measure of concentration or working memory, it should be kept in mind that many other factors influence it and that its specificity as a concentration measure is limited."







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