The current research investigated the relationship between the WRAT-4 and WASI in males over 40. 61 participants, predominantly Caucasian, ages 42 to 90 (M = 63.33, SD = 12.56), participated. It was hypothesized that there would be strong positive correlations between the WRAT-4 and WASI and depressed individuals would perform more poorly on both measures. A 2 (order of administration) x 2 (type of test) mixed ANCOVA used depression (as measured by the Beck Depression Inventory 2nd Edition) as a covariate and showed participants who completed the WASI first did not perform as well as participants who completed the WRAT-4 first. A 3 (test score) x 2 (depression level) mixed ANOVA was also utilized. Both hypotheses were confirmed.The relationship between the WRAT-4 and the Woodcock- Johnson 3 Edition Tests of Achievement (WJ-III; Woodcock, ... The WRAT-4 reading composite score displayed a corrected correlation of .73 with the WJ-III broad reading score as wellanbsp;...
|Title||:||Examining the Concurrent Validity of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4th Edition and Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|