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what is distingues the wechsler scales from the SIBS?

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    Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, the test consists of a series of items that vary in nature according to the age of the person being tested. While the Wechsler scales consist of two scales, one for children and one for adults, one negative, it is time consuming to administer and does not allow for a large group.

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