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Theme of Journal : Tes Wechsler (14 Mei 2017)

1. Journal Identity
Tittle                             : Military dictatorship, torture, and history: the "symbolic victory" of the defeated
Authors                         : Tortura; Ditadura; Verdade histórica; Guerra suja; Torture; Dictatorship; Historical truth; Dictature; Vérité historique; Guerre sale
Volume                       : 26
Issue                            : -
Pages                           : 07-25
Publication                  : 2011
ISSN                           : 01026909
Copyright                    : Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais - ANPOCS 2011
Document URL          : https://e-resources.perpusnas.go.id:2171/docview/1732126285?accountid=25704
                      
Abstract
At the end of the Latin American military dictatorship in the 1960s and 1970s, one realized a very curious phenomenon: the symbolical victory of the defeated. Victorious on the battlefield, the military lost the "psychological war" against the survivors of the so-called "dirty war." That outcome defies a well known proposition in history, namely history is always told by the winners. Based upon the hypothesis that that war was won through methods that debased the ones who employed them, this article identifies in those methods the very reason of the phenomenon mentioned above. That is a case worthy of the greatest concern for the social sciences, political science in particular, attached to a sort of "realism" unable to explain problems of such a nature.

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Tittle                             : Estimation of the Intelligence Quotient Using Wechsler Intelligence Scales in Children and Adolescents with Asperger Syndrome
Authors                         : Jessica Mercha´n-Naranjo, Marı´a Mayoral, Marta Rapado-Castro, Cloe Llorente, Leticia Boada, Celso Arango, and Mara Parellada
Volume                       : 42
Issue                            : -
Pages                           : 116–122
Publication                  : 2011
ISSN                           : -
Copyright                    : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011
Document URL          : http://search.proquest.com/docview/912290178/FDDB6915793347A1PQ/1?accountid=34643
                      
Abstract
Asperger syndrome (AS) patients show heterogeneous intelligence profiles and the validity of short forms for estimating intelligence has rarely been studied in this population. We analyzed the validity of Wechsler Intelligence Scale (WIS) short forms for estimating fullscale intelligence quotient (FSIQ) and assessing intelligence profiles in 29 AS patients. Only the Information and Block Design dyad meets the study criteria. No statistically significant differences were found between dyad scores and FSIQ scores (t(28) = 1.757; p = 0.09). The dyad has a high correlation with FSIQ, good percentage of variance explained (R2 = 0.591; p\0.001), and high consistency with the FSIQ classification (v2 (36) = 45.202; p = 0.14). Short forms with good predictive accuracy may not be accurate in clinical groups with atypical cognitive profiles such as AS patients

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Title                             : Validating the Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire Against the  Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale, Fourth Edition

Author                         : McKenzie, Karen; Sharples, Phil; Murray, Aja L
Volume                       : 4
Issue                            : 53
Pages                           : 301-307,319,321
Publication                  : Aug 2015
ISSN                           : 19349491
Copyright                    : Copyright American Association of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Aug 2015
Document URL          :https://search.proquest.com/docview/1703436984?accountid=34643

Abstrak
The Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire (LDSQ), a brief screening tool for intellectual disability, was originally validated against the Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale, Third Edition (WAIS-III), which was superseded by the Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale, Fourth Edition (WAIS-IV) in the United Kingdom in 2010. This study examines the performance of the LDSQ using the WAIS-IV as the diagnostic intellectual assessment. Based on the original optimal cut-off score, the LDSQ sensitivity value was equivalent (91%) to that obtained in the original validation study, and the specificity value was higher at 92%. This suggests that the LDSQ remains valid when using the WAIS-IV as the comparative intellectual assessment.

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Journal Identity
Title                 : Testing Intelligently Includes Double-Checking Wechsler IQ Scores
Author             : Jeffrey G. Kuentzel , Lesley A. Hetterscheidt , and Douglas Barnett
Volume           : 29
Issue                : 1
Page                : 39-46
Publication      : 2011
DOI                 : 10.1177/0734282910362048Copyright
URL                : archive.clas.wayne.edu/Multimedia/psychclinic/files/Testing%20IQ%202010.pdf
Abstract
The rigors of standardized testing make for numerous opportunities for examiner error, including simple computational mistakes in scoring. Although experts recommend that test scoring be double-checked, the extent to which independent double-checking would reduce scoring errors is not known. A double-checking procedure was established at a psychology training clinic in an effort to improve intelligence test scoring accuracy. The authors examined 50 archival protocols to determine the effects of independent double-checking on Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children–Third Edition scores. As expected, these procedures significantly changed IQ scores, increasing their accuracy. Anonymous trainee feedback supported the utility of these efforts and endorsed it as making a useful contribution to professional development. Recommendations for instituting such procedures in training settings are discussed, and a sample checklist to guide double-checking is provided.

5. Journal Identity
Title                             : Dampak Kemampuan Verbal Terhadap Kualitas Ekspresi Tulis
Author                         : Amitya Kumara
Volume                       : -
Issue                            : -
Pages                           : 35 - 40
Publication                  : 2001
ISSN                           : 0215 – 8884
Copyright                    JURNAL PSIKOLOGI
Document URL          https://jurnal.ugm.ac.id/jpsi/article/view/7013/5465.

Abstract
Verbal ability is the important things to support the quality of writing. The verbal competence is consisted; (a) the vocabulary competence, (b) verbal reasoning. The reasearch is aimed at finding out the quality of writing expression by considering influencing variable verbal competence. Subject of the study were pupils at fifth grade at Kodya Yogyakarta, Primary School. The result of correlation analysis and qualitative analysis indicated that there is positive and significant correlation between quality of verbal competence and the quality of writing.
Keywords: Verbal ability, writing


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