Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales

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Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales

(Reynolds, Livingston & Willson, 2009, p. 349)

Stanford-Binet Info and Test Prep

5 Factor Indexes (both Verbal and Non-Verbal subtests)Fluid ReasoningKnowledgeQuantitative ReasoningVisual-Spacial ProcessingWorking Memory(Reynolds, Livingston & Willson, 2009, p. 350)

IQs ScoresVerbal IQ (composite of 5 verbal subtests)Non-Verbal IQ(composite of 5 non-verbal subtests)Full Scale IQ(composite of all 10 subtests)

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Sample Test Item

(Reynolds, Livingston & Willson, 2009, p. 350)

(McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997)

(Western Psychological Services, n.d.)

This edition of these scales was released to in 2003 and is designed to be used with indiviuals of ages 2 to 85+. It contains 10 subtests that come together to be 5 factor indexes, with 2 domain IQ scores and a full scale IQ scores as well.

(Reynolds, Livingston & Willson, 2009, p. 349)

Stanford-Binet Intelligence ScalesFifth Edition (SB5)

SB5 is comparative to the Wechsler Scales. It is appealing because of the availability of an larger IQ scale. This allows for IQs of 160 or higher.

(Reynolds, Livingston & Willson, 2009, p. 349)

"...the first intelligence test to gain widespread acceptance in the US..."

The SB5 can be very useful when it comes to extremely gifted persons.

(Reynolds, Livingston & Willson, 2009, p. 349)


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