The K-BIT: A screen for IQ in six diverse populations
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Performance data were collected on the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test (K-BIT) from a total of 196 individuals from six diverse populations. College students did best, followed closely by closed head-injured adults and their controls; the order of performance then was learning-disabled children, psychiatric patients, and finally, neurosurgical patients in the acute stages of recovery.
Key wordsKaufman Brief Intelligence Test closed head injury learning disability neuropsychology IQ
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