The Kaufmann Brief Intelligence Test: An Overview

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  • 1. Developmental Assessment Kaufmann Brief Intelligence Test K-BIT
  • 2.
    • Available from Pearson Assessments
    • [email_address]
  • 3. Purpose
    • Obtain a quick estimate of intelligence
    • Estimate an individual’s verbal versus nonverbal intelligence
  • 4. Two Distinct Abilities
    • Verbal Scale
    • Nonverbal Scale/ Matrices
  • 5. Verbal Skills
    • Measure a persons knowledge of word meanings
    • Verbal concept formation, reasoning ability, and range of general information.
  • 6. Non-Verbal/Matrices
    • Solve novel problems
    • Emphasizes inductive reasoning and visual processing
    • Taps executive functioning to solve problems
  • 7. General Information
    • Ages: 4 years through 90
    • Administration Time: approximately 20 minutes
  • 8.
    • Scores
      • Verbal
      • Nonverbal
      • Composite
      • Standard IQ
      • scores
      • M = 100, SD = 15
      • and percentile ranks by age<
  • 9. Item 6
  • 10. Item 60
  • 11. Riddles
  • 12. Riddles
  • 13. Sample A
  • 14. Matrices Item 21
  • 15. Matrices Item 39
  • 16. Summary Scores
  • 17.  
  • 18. This presentation is part of a comprehensive professional education and training project created by the SW Michigan Children’s Trauma Assessment Center funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, Department of Health and Human Services which funds the National Children’s Trauma Stress Network