Acknowledgments xiii Series Preface xv About the Companion Website xvii Resources on the Companion Website xix WISC-V Integrated Interpretive Assistant 1.0 xix Appendix A xix Appendix B xx One Overview 1 Historical Perspectives on the Process Approach to Cognitive Assessment 3 Development of the WISC-V Integrated 7 Key Revisions 7 Subtests 9 Composite Scores 19 Test Structure 19 New Essentials Composite Scores 21 Validity 23 Intercorrelation Studies 23 Standardization and Psychometric Properties 27 Comprehensive Test References 29 Test Yourself 30 Answers 31 References 31 Two Intelligent WISC-V Integrated Administration 35 Kathleen M. Rollins and Susan Engi Raiford Test Materials 37 Physical Environment 39 Establishing and Maintaining Rapport 40 Subtest Administration Order 41 Selection of Subtests 42 Fairness 43 Start Points, Reverse Rules, and Discontinue Rules 45 Start Points 45 Reverse Rules 47 Discontinue Rules 47 Timing 50 Demonstration, Sample, and Teaching Items 50 Repetitions, Prompts, and Queries 51 Repetitions 51 Prompts 52 Queries 52 Recording Responses 53 Subtest-by-Subtest Administration 54 Verbal Comprehension Subtests 54 Visual Spatial Subtest 63 Fluid Reasoning Subtests 64 Working Memory Subtests 70 Processing Speed Subtests 75 Frequently Asked Questions: Subtest Administration 84 Test Yourself 86 Answers 87 References 87 Three WISC-V Integrated Scoring 91 Kathleen M. Rollins and Susan Engi Raiford Scoring Subtests 91 Verbal Comprehension Subtests 91 Visual Spatial Subtest 94 Fluid Reasoning Subtests 94 Working Memory Subtests 97 Processing Speed Subtests 99 WISC-V Integrated Scores 106 Item Scores 106 Total Raw Scores 106 Standard Scores 106 Raw Scores 107 Step-by-Step: WISC-V Integrated Subtest-Level and Index Scores 108 Obtain Total Raw Scores 108 Obtain Scaled Subtest-Level Scores 110 Obtain Sums of Scaled Scores 111 Obtain Composite Scores 112 Using Q-global to Obtain the WISC-V Integrated Score Report 114 Ability-Achievement and Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses Comparisons in Q-global 117 Frequently Asked Questions: Scoring 119 Test Yourself 120 Answers 122 References 122 Four Intelligently and Intuitively Incorporating the Integrated into WISC-V Interpretation 123 New Essentials Composite Scores 123 Essentials Expanded Index Scores 125 Nonmotor Composite Scores 131 Interpretative Strategies 133 Step 1. Examine Global Performance 134 Step 2. Report and Describe the Global Composite Score 142 Step 3. Select the Specific Composite Scores 142 Step 4. Report and Describe the Specific Composite Scores 147 Step 5. Report and Describe the Scaled Scores 147 Step 6. Report Index-Level Strengths and Weaknesses 148 Step 7. Report Subtest-Level Strengths and Weaknesses 152 Step 8. Evaluate Index-Level Pairwise Comparisons 154 Step 9. Evaluate Subtest- and Process-Level Pairwise Comparisons 157 Step 10. Report Base Rates/Percentile Norms (Longest Span or Sequence, Errors, Process Observations, and Coding Recall) 160 Step 11. Report Qualitative Aspects of Performance 171 Test Yourself 176 Answers 177 References 177 Five Review of the WISC-V Integrated 179 Ron Dumont and John O. Willis Changes From the WISC-IV Integrated to the WISC-V Integrated 180 Subtests that were Eliminated 181 New Subtests 181 Administration Changes 182 Special Group Studies 183 Comparison of WISC-V and WISC-V Integrated Scores 186 Miscellaneous Comments 186 Standardization 189 Reliability 189 Validity 189 Administration 190 Conclusion 193 Test Yourself 193 Answers 195 References 195 Six Clinical Applications 197 Use of the WISC-V Integrated with Common School-Age Referral Questions 197 Children with Intellectual Giftedness 198 Children with Intellectual Disability 204 Children with Specific Learning Disorder in Reading 207 Children with Specific Learning Disorder in Math 208 Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 209 Children with Traumatic Brain Injury 211 Children with Language Disorder-Expressive and Language Disorder-Receptive and Expressive 212 Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders 216 Summary of Special Group Performance 219 Test Yourself 220 Answers 222 References 222 Seven Illustrative Case Reports 225 Case Report: Jillian R.: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 226 Referral Questions and Answers 227 Answers to Referral Questions 227 Evaluation Methods and Procedures 229 Current Symptoms 230 Background and History 231 Mental Status and Behavioral Observations 233 Test Results and Interpretation 235 Summary and Diagnostic Impressions 241 Recommendations 242 Appendix: Test Data 245 Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth Edition (WISC-V) and WISC-V Integrated 245 Case Report: Dennis E.: Specific Learning Disorder in Mathematics 254 Referral Questions and Answers 255 Answers to Referral Questions 255 History of Presenting Problem 256 Mental Status and Behavioral Observations 257 Test Results and Interpretation 257 Summary and Diagnostic Impressions 261 Recommendations 262 Appendix: Test Data 263 Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth Edition (WISC-V) and WISC-V Integrated 263 Test Yourself 267 Answers 268 About the Author 269 Contributors 271 Index 273
SUSAN (SUSIE) ENGI RAIFORD is a senior research director and manager of the Wechsler Team for Pearson in San Antonio, Texas. In her 14 years with Pearson, she has served as a lead research director for numerous Wechsler Intelligence Scales. She is the co-author of Intelligent Testing with the WISC-V and Essentials of WPPSI-IV.