Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale Intelligence Scale for Children

Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale Intelligence Scale for Children
Wechs·ler Adult Intelligence Scale, Intelligence Scale for Children (weksґlər) [David Wechsler, Romanian-born American psychologist, 1896–1981] see under scale.

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  • WECHSLER, DAVID — (1896–1981), U.S. psychologist. Born in Lespedi, Romania, he was taken to the United States in 1902. He was chief psychologist, Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital (1932–66). He was also clinical professor of the NYU College of Medicine (1942). He was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Wechsler — is a German word meaning exchanger (from , (ex)change ).Wechsler (or Wexler) may refer to: * Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale * Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children * Wexler (crater), a lunar impact crater * Mount Wexler, United… …   Wikipedia

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  • scale — 1. A standardized test for measuring psychological, personality, or behavioral characteristics. SEE ALSO: score, test. 2. SYN: squama. 3. A small thin plate of horny epithelium, resembling a fish s., cast off from the skin …   Medical dictionary

  • Wechsler, David — ▪ American psychologist born January 12, 1896, Lespedi, Romania died May 2, 1981, New York, New York, U.S.       American psychologist and inventor of several widely used intelligence tests (intelligence test) for adults and children.… …   Universalium

  • Wechsler — David Wechsler David Wechsler (12 janvier 1896, Lespezi, Roumanie 2 mai 1981, New York) était un psychologue. Il a développé trois tests d intelligence normalisés couramment utilisés en Amérique du Nord : le Wechsler Bellevue Intelligence… …   Wikipédia en Français

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