Normative Data for the Wechsler Memory Scale—Revised: 25- to 34-Year Olds
The normative data provided in the Wechsler Memory Scale—Revised (WMS—R) manual for individuals aged 25–34 yrs were estimated statistically by interpolation. As an empirical check of this procedure, a representative stratified sample in this age range was selected to match the 1980 US Census data on relevant demographic characteristics. Prorated Full Scale IQs for the group were normally distributed, having a mean of 101.3 (SD = 14.58, range = 72–231). Differences between the empirically derived and published index scores appeared to be clinically significant. Substantial intra-individual differences were common when Visual–Verbal or General–Attention/Concentration indexes were compared. Normative data for the WMS—R subtests, indexes, and distribution of differences between indexes is provided.
Burton, B. D.,
Thompson, G. B.
(1992). Normative Data for the Wechsler Memory Scale—Revised: 25- to 34-Year Olds. Psychological Assessment, 4(3), 363-368.
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