Leiter International Performance Scale-3 (Leiter-3)
For more information on this scale please follow this link: Leiter International Performance Scale-3.
Supplemental: Cerebral Palsy (CP) and Mitochondrial Disease (Mito)
|Short Description of Instrument||
The Leiter-3 evaluates nonverbal cognitive, attentional and neuropsychological abilities, and targets "typical" as well as "atypical" children, adolescents, and now adults. Its engaging, nonverbal format makes it ideal for use with individuals with Autism and Speech/Language Disorders, as well as those who do not speak English. It provides an IQ score, as well as percentile and age-equivalent scores for each subtest.
Nonverbal administration and response.
Strengths/Weaknesses: Offers a completely nonverbal measure of intelligence that is ideal for use with those who are cognitively delayed, non-English speaking, hearing impaired, speech impaired, or on the autism spectrum
Psychometric Properties: The validity of a test may be judged in part by its correlation with other well-known tests of the same ability or capacity. It was possible to correlate the present scale with several other well-known tests of intelligence, both verbal and non-verbal.
Administration: 20-45 minutes. 3 to 75+ years
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Document last updated July 2019