A Comparison of Intelligence Test Score Patterns between Visually Impaired Subgroups and the Sighted


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Abstract

A comparison of visually impaired subgroups with sighted norms on the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) verbal subtests yielded no significant differences. This contradicts other studies that show differences between blind and sighted groups. Scores are presented for congenital-adventitious, partial-no useful vision, male-female, and adult age groups. Some conclusions are drawn from the findings.

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