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Standardization

Standardization refers to the uniform procedures used in the administration and scoring of a test both personality tests and mental abolition scales are standardized measures of behavior.

All conditions and requirements of the tests are same for every test taker so that their scores can be compared meaningfully.

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Consist of a number of different verbal subtests and the performance subtests for children aged 6-16 => wISC-Wechsler Int. Scale for children verbal subtests measure vocabulary,

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Mental Retardation

The condition of limited mental ability in which the individual has

  1. Low IQ score – below 70, on traditional intelligence tests.
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Assessment of Intelligence:

Psychologists have focused much of their attention on development of intelligence tests so that to quantify a person’s intelligence.

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