Assessing Culturally Diverse Potentially Gifted Students with Nonverbal Measures of Intelligence
Students from culturally diverse, lower socioeconomic backgrounds were assessed using three nonverbal measures of intelligence. The sample was composed of elementary students in grades 2 through 6. The scores on the Culture-Fair Intelligence Test, the Naglieri Nonverbal Abilities Test, and the Raven Standard Progressive Matrices were analyzed for their usefulness in assessing for potential giftedness. Results of the assessments are discussed.
Citation / Publisher Attribution
The School Psychologist, v. 58, issue 3, p. 99-102
Scholar Commons Citation
Shaunessy, Elizabeth; Karnes, Frances A.; and Cobb, Yolanda, "Assessing Culturally Diverse Potentially Gifted Students with Nonverbal Measures of Intelligence" (2004). Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications. 133.