To save everyone (including me) many e-mails and phone calls, I've decided to post everything I have (in e-form) regarding the BAT III. In addition, I'm posting information re: the prior edition (BAT-R) as the procedures used to adapt, translate and norm (via US-equated norm procedures) are the same.
Below are key documents.
- Technical report for development of BAT III
- Review of BAT III in APA Division 16 (School Psychology) newsletter
- An earlier review of the BAT-R
- A special report on the use of the WJ-R/BAT-R in neuropsychological assessment
- Select portions of a BAT-R chapter by Dr. Woodcock in Dr. Marcel Ponton's hispanic neuropsychology book that is viewable on-line via Google Scholar.
Finally, although I have not updated it for over a year, given that the BAT-III is parallel to the WJ III, individuals may want to review available published and unpublished research on the WJ III (and to a lessor extent the BAT III). This can be found at the WJ III EWOK (v3.0; Evolving Web of Knowledge) at IQs Corner blog.
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