Utilize your understanding of intelligence and achievement testing

Utilize your understanding of intelligence and achievement testing

Utilize your understanding of intelligence and achievement testing to assign an axis one or two diagnosis to Bob Schmoe from the Sample Intelligence-Achievement Report in the Module Resources folder. Write a brief summary (a paragraph or so) about Bob’s strengths and weaknesses related to his intelligence and achievement testing. What suggestions would you have for Bob based on these results?

Sample Intelligence-Achievement Report.pdf

Sample Intelligence-Achievement Report


Bob Schmoe is a 34-year-old Caucasian male who was referred by his Department of Rehabilitation


caseworker for an evaluation.


Cognitive/Intellectual Functioning


Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence-2nd Edition (WASI-2)


Bob’s intelligence was measured with the Wechsler Abbreviated Scales of Intelligence (WASI). Average


composite scores on the WASI range from 90 to 109. Individual average subtest scores on the WASI


range from 40–60. Bob was administered the four-subtest form. This form consists of four subtests,


two verbal and two nonverbal, yielding a FSIQ. Bob achieved the following composite and subtest


scores:


Scale

Score (95%


CI)

Percentile


Rank

Descriptive


Category

Full Scale (FSIQ-4)

94 (89–99)

34

Average

Block Design

43

Low Average

Vocabulary

47

Average

Matrix Reasoning

46

Average

Similarities

51

Average

Verbal Comprehension


Index

99 (93–105)

47

Average

Perceptual Reasoning


Index

91 (85–98)

27

Average

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