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Grenzen van de WISC

De WISC–RN en de diagnostiek bij opvoedings– en ontwikkelingsproblemen
  • J. Rispens
  • T. A. van Yperen
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De WISC–RN neemt in de diagnostiek van kinderen met opvoedings– en ontwikkelingsproblemen een belangrijke plaats in. In dit artikel verdedigen we de stelling dat de keuze voor deze intelligentietest vaak niet terecht is. Ons eerste argument is dat het IQ in de klinische besluitvorming een geringe rol speelt. Daarom is de veel tijd vergende afname van de WISC uit een oogpunt van efficiëntie niet te verdedigen. In de tweede plaats betogen we dat klinisch gebruik van de WISC–RN theoretisch en empirisch niet is te funderen. Dit klinisch gebruik moet daarom worden afgeraden. Daarmee vervalt een belangrijk argument ten gunste van de keuze voor de WISC als intelligentietest.

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