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Standardized achievement test results can assist greatly inIn this approach, the neuropsychologist makes use ofAbilities such as vocabulary and reading areI must warn you that there are many words that youPre-Post assessment. Pre and post functioning data collected from closeNow customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Adaptation of Western intelligence tests has been a focus of psychologists in the first half of the last century. Indigenous development of intelligence tests has been attempted, but diversity of language and culture, complexity of school systems, and infrastructural inadequacies have emerged as major hindrances to such development. Intelligence tests are presently used to identify disability, assess eligibility for welfare, and account for gaps in potentiality and performance in school, rehabilitation, and guidance. Attention to the upper stratum of intelligence and identification of the gifted is relatively neglected. Tests commonly used for direct intelligence assessment, and in relation to developmental problems, specific learning disability, and autism spectrum disorder, have been briefly discussed. Future efforts should be directed toward developing intelligence tests suitable for Indian culture using an information processing approach. Keywords:: intelligence tests, India, rehabilitation, school psychology, indigenous test development Her research interests are Social, Clinical and Adolescent Psychology with special emphasis on clinical psychology, assessment and psychotherapy processes, adolescent psychology, gender, and cultural psychology. She is also a practising psychoanalyst. She has published about 100 papers and book chapters in National and International Journals and edited volumes, and also authored one book entitled Reconstructing Bengal Partition: Psyche under a different violence on qualitative and psychoanalytically informed exploration of refugees of Bengal.

She is presently the Editor of the Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. By closing this message, you are consenting to our use of cookies. To browse and the wider internet faster and more securely, please take a few seconds to upgrade your browser. You can download the paper by clicking the button above. Related Papers TERMS AND CONDITIONS By Rajni Mathur Basu, J. (2016) Present status and challenges of intellectual assessment in India. By Jayanti Basu Abstract Book of 1st International and 3rd Indian Psychological Science Congress Held at Chandigarh-INDIA on 24th-25th February, 2014 By RosHan Lal Indian Psychological Science Congress By RosHan Lal LDM By Rizqi Maulida Amalia READ PAPER Download pdf. It is a cognitive activity. This differs from one individual to another. Psychologists have worked to know the growth, development and assessment of intelligence. Intelligence to some extent is innate and can also be defined as one's ability to respond to the situations effectively. There are three different types of tests to know about one's I.Q. They are verbal, non-verbal and performance tests Each picture is shown to children and asked to report the event in it and the responses systematically analyzed and the social cognitive abilities are measuredThey are Analogy, Classification, Number Series, Reasoning Problems, Absurdities. It is developed to measure the general mental ability of 7 to 11 year students.This test consists of seven sub tests: scrambled words, Analogies, Classification, Disarranged Sentences, Same Opposite, Series, and Best Answers. Total time required is 25 minutes. This 261-item test consists of eight sub tests: following directions, Classification, Analogies, Arithmetic Reasoning, Vocabulary, Comprehension, Series, and Best Answers. Time required for whole administration is 32 minutes.

It consists of six sub tests i.e. Word meaning, Analogy, Classification, Number series, Code transformation, Syllogism. Total time required is 40 minutes.Verbal items contains; Analogy, Number Series, Classification, Vocabulary and Reasoning, where as nonverbal part contains Analogy, Arrangement, Classification, Digit Symbol, and Part Fitting test.This test is standard on adult executives. They are: Self-Awareness, Self Regulation, Motivation, Empathy, and Social Skill. This test has 30 items and developed on the age group of 21-25 years.They are: inter Personal Awareness, Interpersonal Awareness (on emotions), Intra Personal Management (own emotions), Inter Personal Management (other than emotions). This test is standardized on 2200 children of both sexes. This test can be used among the students of 16 and above age group.It consists of 73 items and measures EQ on following dimensions: Sensitivity, Conscientiousness, Empathy, and AdaptabilitySet includes questionnaires and manual). They are: Awareness of self and others, Professional Orientation, Intrapersonal Management, and Interpersonal Management. This test can be used among secondary and senior secondary school teachers.They are: patience, cooperation, confidence level, sensitivity, recognition of social environment, tactfulness, sense of humor and memory. This test has been developed to measure the social intelligence among college students.They are: Arithmetic, Reasoning, Definitions, Number Series and Same-Opposite. This test is standardized on college students. This scale is developed on adult population.The children are instructed to make picture of a bicycle as best as they can. This test is standardized on children of age 11 years to 16 years.Based on the drawings of the human figure the level of intelligence is assessed. This test can be used among the children between 6-12 Years.It consists of 88 items, which represent behavioral characteristics of respective age levels.

At each age level, items are drawn from behavioral areas, like motor development, speech, language, and personal-social development. Appraisal can be done in semi-structured interviews with a parent or well acquainted with the child.Child has to reproduce the geometrical drawings and the same will be analyzed for I.Q. interpretation. Percentile ranks are provided for raw scores for the interpretation of I.Q. The test is very useful among the children from the age group of 18 months to 144 months.This test measures the general mental capacity factor (?g? factor). It consists of four sub-tests involving different perceptual task: Completing Series, Classification, Solving Matrices and Evaluating Conditions. -Time Limit 15 min. Form 'A' or Form 'B'.This test measures the ?g? factor of the children age group of 10 years and above. Series of problems are presented in the progressive order of difficulty and the child has to reason out the missing problem in the series from the alternatives.They are: Arithmetic Reasoning, Matrices, Classification, Figure Analogy, Quantitative Reasoning, Synonyms, Opposites, Similarities, and Picture Completion. This test standardized on the age group of 13 to 17 years and above people.This Dutch battery is standardized for children of 4 to 11 years in Holland. This test comprises of 12 verbal and non-verbal sub tests which are: a) Closure, b) Exclusion, c) Memory Span, d) Verbal Meaning, e) Mazes, f) Learning names, g) Quantity, h) Discs, i) Hidden Figures, j) Analogies, k) Idea Production, and l) Story Telling. In the Indian adaptation of ICIT, the first 9 subtests of RAKIT have been adapted for the age group of 6-12 years.Developmental Assessment Scales for Indian Infants by Pramila Pathak (DASII)(English): Revision of 1970 Baroda norms from birth to 30 months on BSID-RF-61, with indigenous materials) DASII scale consists of 67 items for measurement of motor development and 163 items for mental development.

All the items independently evaluate two basic aspects of development, namely, Motor Development and Mental Development. This test can be used among the children from birth to 30 months of age.They are, Gross motor area, Fine motor area, Language area, and Personal and social areas. This test is developed for children up to 36 months of age. It measures speed and accuracy. Used in case of speech impairment and as a screening test. Age 3? to 10 years, and up to adult level for the mentally handicapped. Based on the performance the mental age will be calculated. This is an effective test for measurement of intelligence below 11 years to understand the mental ability of retarded children.The child has to form designs using colored cubes in a given time. The test can be used for assessing I.Q. Of 6 to 18 year population.This test consists of 9 boxes with different sized and colored blocks. The child has to slide the blocks provided in the boxes and create a design as per the design cards provided.This test should be administered individually.This test of consists of both verbal and performance tests.