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ArtikelWISC - III Factor Invariance Across Deaf and Standardization Samples  
Oleh: Maller, Susan J. ; Ferron, John
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 57 no. 6 (1997), page 987-994.
Topik: DEAF; intelligence tests; deafness; handicapped people; sign language
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Isi artikelThe aim of this study was to investigate the factorial invariance of the wechsler intelligence scale for children - third edition (WISC - III) when administered to deaf children who use sign language. A multisample confirmatory factor analysis, using LISREL 7, was used to test the four - factor model on the covariance matrices of subtest scale scroes for deaf and standardization samples. The general form of the four - factor model fit for both samples. Path coefficients, error variances, and factor covariances were not invariant, indicating that test constructs may be differentially indicated across groups.
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