Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children - Fifth Edition, Integrated (WISC-V Integrated)
Overview: The WISC-V Integrated includes 14 subtests to choose from to provide insight into a child's WISC-V performance and approach to learning.
Qualification Level: C
Age Range: 6:0 – 16:11
Completion Time: Varies by subtest selected
Scoring Options: Q-global™ Scoring & Reporting or Manual Scoring
Report Options: Score Report
Publication Date: 2015
Gain a deeper understanding of cognitive processes impacting a child’s WISC-V performance
Designed to help you develop appropriate interventions or treatments, the WISC-V Integrated allows you to choose only the subtests that will help you answer the referral question and investigate a child’s WISC-V performance.
Content & Administration
Use the WISC-V to obtain the five primary index scores and other relevant scores. Then, use only the subtests you need from the WISC-V Integrated to gain further information on specific domains to understand a child’s WISC-V performance, cognitive strengths and weaknesses, and problem solving.
WISC-V Integrated subtests include:
Similarities Multiple Choice
Vocabulary Multiple Choice
Picture Vocabulary Multiple Choice
Information Multiple Choice
Comprehension Multiple Choice
Figure Weights Process Approach
Arithmetic Process Approach
Block Design Multiple Choice
New WISC-V Integrated Index Scores
Multiple Choice Verbal Comprehension Index (MCVCI): Using scores from the WISC–V Integrated Similarities Multiple Choice and the Vocabulary Multiple Choice subtest, you can obtain a measure of verbal comprehension that eliminates expressive demands.
Visual Working Memory Index (VWMI): Using scores from WISC–V Picture Span and the WISC–V Integrated Spatial Span subtest, you can obtain a measure of visual working memory that includes both visual and visual-spatial tasks.
Features & Benefits
Flexible and targeted, choose only the subtests that will help you answer the referral question
Provides adapted and varied versions of the WISC-V subtests to help you more clearly explain WISC-V performance and assess children with special needs
Provides measures that expand working memory construct coverage and that allow you to assess domain-specific functioning of working memory -- critical to providing intervention recommendations.
Measures verbal comprehension ability for children with expressive language issues
Allows you to refine and test hypotheses about why a child may have difficulty in a specific cognitive area
Users & Applications
School, clinical and neuropsychologists use this test to:
Understand a child's WISC-V performance when significant and unusual discrepancies are observed across subtest or index scores.
Understand changes in a child's profile of cognitive strengths and weaknesses over time (e.g., differences in subtest or index scores relative to a previous evaluation)
Identify cognitive processing strengths and weaknesses in students with specific learning disabilities in order to facilitate diagnostic formation and intervention planning.
Assess for cognitive processing difficulties in children with psychiatric issues or neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., ADHD) and recommend appropriate interventions.
Investigate the impact of brain injuries and neurological/medical conditions related to children’s cognitive functioning.
WISC-V Integrated Kit 0158008413
WISC-V Integrated Kit includes: Administration and Scoring Manual, Technical and Interpretive Manual, Stimulus Books 1 and 2, 25 Record Forms, 25 Response Booklet #1, 25 Response Booklet #2, Spatial Span Board, Coding Recall Scoring Key, and Cancellation Abstract Scoring Template