Using the WISC-V, which of the following contributes to strength in the area of verbal comprehension?
Janet entered the classroom and wandered around the room. Once the teacher redirected Janet to her seat, she sat down and began looking for her materials for class. The teacher began instruction and Janet continued to look through her things. As the teacher continued, Janet looked around the room and waved to her friend. The teacher is concerned with what aspect of Janet’s behavior in this case?
The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Second Edition is a comprehensive evaluation that includes which of the following?
Which of the following should be considered as a key factor in deciding upon a measure of intelligence?
Assessing one’s ability to function in various environments requires measuring which of the following?
Which of the following must be conducted to determine if misbehaviors are related to a child’s disability?
The test measures reasoning and memory skills through the nonverbal presentation of the subtests.
On the Stanford-Binet V, the factors assessed include:
The Woodcock-Johnson IV Tests of Cognitive Ability includes which of the following?
Which of the following is an assessment that utilizes multiple components to determine the specific purpose of targeted behaviors?
These assessments are used to analyze a student’s feelings by what the student projects into the story card or other stimulus.
When using the AAMR Adaptive Behavior Scale-School, Second Edition (ABS-S2), the process of determining whether persons meet the criteria for the diagnosis of mental retardation is divided into which of the following two parts:
Lists of academic or behavioral skills that the respondent completes by checking the appropriate responses.
This assessment gathers data by encouraging the respondent to describe behaviors or situations where the behavior occurs with objective, narrative statements.
It has been recommended that the KBIT be used for which of the following purposes?
Which of the following is not a projective assessment?
In the Cattell-Horn-Carol theory of intelligence, which of the following constitutes its foundation of intellectual ability?
Administering subtests from two or more tests to determine if a weakness exists in a particular skill or ability is a practice consistent with which of the following?
What type of observation is conducted when an evaluator orally asks the respondent the questions and encourages objective, detailed information?
Which of the following statements about intellectual assessment is true?
Tilger notices that Michael is very often getting out of his seat to wander around the room. What data recording method should she use to determine how many times Michael gets out of his seat?
The mean score and standard deviation for the WISC-V are which of the following, respectively?
The school psychologist completes an observation of Jean and determines that she engages in an off-task behavior, on average, every six minutes. This is recorded as which of the following?
Adaptive behavior is considered to be which of the following?
Linda has difficulty with talking out in class at inappropriate times. In order to determine if this behavior occurs more during a specific time of day, the teacher decides to note each occurrence. Linda’s behavior is being observed and recorded using which of the following methods?
This principle is founded in the theory that behaviors are maintained or increased by the reinforcing events that follow the event or behavior.
Which of the following people may fill out an adaptive behavior assessment?
Direct observation enables the observer to note how often a behavior occurs and to establish which of the following?
When a child obtains a significantly low score on an IQ test and this is determined to be a valid estimate of the student’s ability, it usually means:
This type of assessment views the ceiling as an area of functioning that warrants further investigation.
Which of the following is designed to increase positive behaviors and decrease negative behaviors?
Judy, a young preschooler, has temper tantrums. With interventions, the tantrums continue but do not seem to be as intense or as long. In order to determine if Judy’s tantrums are truly decreasing in length, the teacher should use which of the following?
Which of the following batteries was designed to assess nonverbal intelligence?
Which of the following methods of data collection would be most useful in determining an antecedent event?
Which of the following is a graphic representation of the social dynamics of a classroom?
The use of intelligence tests remains controversial in part because of inappropriate use in the past. Which of the following represents a major court case that has involved the assessment of intellectual ability?
Intelligence testing is likely to remain a substantial part of the assessment process because of which of the following?
IDEA allows for students with behavioral issues to be suspended for a maximum of
An event that occurs prior to the target behavior that increases the likelihood of the target behavior occurring is known as which of the following?
Which of the following instruments is designed to assess intellectual functioning using a theory of simultaneous and successive processing?
The school guidance counselor comes into your room to observe a student, Susan. The counselor notices that Susan spent 15 minutes of the 43-minute class time walking around the room. The counselor obtained these data by performing what type of method?
This assessment method is similar in content to a checklist, but the respondent indicates their response along a continuum allowing for interpretation of extreme behavior.
An event that occurs prior to a target behavior but not in the same environment is known as which of the following?
Historically, the formula used to calculate IQ is
Prior to beginning a behavioral observation, which of the following must be determined?
These events make a consequence more attractive.
Every five minutes during math class, the teacher notes when Helen is on or off task. Helen’s behavior is being observed and recorded using which of the following methods?
Which of the following types of intellectual assessment instruments are more commonly used with children who are bilingual?
The influence of one culture on another culture is known as which of the following?
Which of the following individuals developed the theory of multiple intelligences?
Explain to a parent in language they would understand, what is meant by the term “adaptive behavior”? Provide two specific examples for what adaptive behavior might look like in a child. Your response should be written in complete sentences adhering to correct grammar and mechanics, with 400-500 words.