Provides a quick, reliable index of intellectual ability in children and adults, including those who are visually impaired or blind
4 through 65 years
Individually administered items covering 6 cognitive domains
Deviational IQs, standard scores, and percentiles
Based on a sample of approximately 2,000 individuals
Manuals & Resources
(SIT-R3) Slosson Intelligence Test, Revised
BY RICHARD L. SLOSSON; REVISED BY CHARLES L. NICHOLSON, PHD, AND TERRY L. HIBPSHMAN, PHD
SUPPLEMENTARY MANUAL BY SUE LARSON
The SIT-R3 is an excellent alternative to longer, more time-consuming intelligence tests. Its items cover six cognitive domains: Information, Comprehension, Quantitative, Similarities and Differences, Vocabulary, and Auditory Memory. Test questions use contemporary language and are free of significant demographic, racial, or sex bias.
Widely used in schools, clinics, and industry, this popular measure provides a cost-effective assessment of intelligence.
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