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WISC-V : une évolution attendue et nécessaire

Abstract : Psychologists working within the national education system are increasingly asked by families, educational teams, commissions and young people themselves to bring their expertise to bear on a range of problems (academic difficulties, change of direction, disability, etc). With regard to the range of requests they may receive, some may require the use of a psychological assessment, possibly using a Wechsler scale such as the WISC. The aim of this article is firstly to show how the new version of the WISC published in October 2016 responds, in part, to the limitations of the previous version, and secondly, to contribute to the interpretation of the results with an emphasis on analysing the fifteen subtests that make up the scale.
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Evelyne Laporte, Katia Terriot. WISC-V : une évolution attendue et nécessaire. L’Orientation scolaire et professionnelle, 2018, 47 (1), pp.3-38. ⟨10.4000/osp.5658⟩. ⟨hal-03671613⟩



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