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Standardisation Report WAIS-III for English Speaking South Africans

Standardisation Report WAIS-III for English Speaking South Africans


Purpose:

South African Norms for WAIS III

Age Range:

16-89 years

Administration:

Individual

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Standardisation Report of the WAIS-III for English Speaking South Africans

N.C.W. Claassen, A.H. Krynauw, H. Paterson & M. Wagamathe

In South Africa the need for an individual scale to assess the cognitive abilities of adults was previously served by the South African Wechsler-Bellevue Adult Intelligence Scale (SAWAIS) which has become increasingly outdated for the needs of modern South Africa. The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale currently used in many countries across the world was thus standardised to fulfil the need for an upgraded tool for the assessment of intellectual functioning.

This report deals with the functioning of the WAIS-III in various South African Subpopulations from 1998 to 2000. Scaled scores are given for the norm group consisting of English-speaking South Africans. The test user is urged to bring to bear all relevant background information (like educational level, culture and experiential background) when interpreting an individual’s scores. 



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