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K-ABC simultaneous and sequential processing scores and their relationship to disabilities

Rebecca Vulgamore Long

K-ABC simultaneous and sequential processing scores and their relationship to disabilities

by Rebecca Vulgamore Long

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Reading disability -- Testing

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    Statementby Rebecca Vulgamore Long
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 46 leaves ;
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14418583M

    For over 20 years, J. P. Das, Jack A. Naglieri, and John R. Kirby - in collaboration with many other colleagues - have been shaping a model of cognitive processes that has sought to clarify the concept of intelligence and to restructure the approach towards its assessment. The result of these many efforts is the PASS model - the central focus of this volume. Sequential Processing Disorder is really just a part of SPD. The bottom line is it really isn't a distinct diagnosis in and of itself. Sequential Processing Disorder, if moderate to severe, will impact many areas of functioning. It would impact anything from making a sandwich to riding a bike or writing a sentence to understanding the events in a story.

      Results indicate the following: (a) the WISC-R and K-ABC can substitute each other when measuring overall intelligence, (b) the WISC-R and K-ABC do not measure the same abilities, (c) the Sequential-Simultaneous score discrepancy is a poor diagnostic indicator of LD, (d) the discrepancy between the Achievement scale and the K-ABC intelligence Author: Robert C. Antonetti. performance between groups of students; the K-ABC Achievement scale does not represent a unitary trait for students with learning problems; the majority of studies with LD students reveal mean simultaneous (SIM) processing scores greater than mean sequential (SEQ) scores; in contrast to the standardization sample, a large.

    How sequential processing is related to language learning If you could increase your building blocks of memory, you can increase you ability to learn a language. Conversely if you learn a new language, I believe you will increase things like working memory and sequential function. - Designed for use with ages 2½ to 12 ½ - Subtests measuring both intelligence and achievement are included, divided into two subgroups reflecting the two kinds of information-processing skills: simultaneous and sequential skills - Recommendations for teaching based on Kaufman and Kaufman's () concept of processing strength can be derived from these test findings.


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K-ABC simultaneous and sequential processing scores and their relationship to disabilities by Rebecca Vulgamore Long Download PDF EPUB FB2

K-ABC Sequential (SEQ) and Simultaneous (SIM) Processing scores of 94 children with learning disabilities were analyzed to seek confirmation of processing patterns and factor loadings indicated in Cited by: 7.

The relationship between K-ABC simultaneous and sequential scores and achievement in reading and math was investigated. Four of the K-ABC simultaneous tests that are nonverbal and two sequential tests were chosen, in addition to a new verbal simultaneous test.

Subjects were 79 Grade 5 Cited by: 9. The K-ABC and cognitive processing styles in autistic children. t tests did not suggest a significant difference between Simultaneous and Sequential scores for either group, raising questions about whether autistic children truly possess deficits in sequential skills.

The results of this study support the use of the K-ABC as a measure of Cited by: 3. Twenty autistic subjects and 20 DRLD subjects were matched on age and gender, and compared to each other on their Sequential and Simultaneous processing abilities utilizing the K-ABC and selected subtests of the WISC-R.

Results showed that both groups manifested a relative sequential processing Cited by: • When adjusted for Gender and SES, the various mean index scores (Learning/Glr, Sequential/Gsm, Simultaneous/Gv, Planning/Gf, and Knowledge/Gc) by the same school-age ethnic breakdown yielded similar results and fairly small variance: 1.

Asian (n=62) index scores ranged from (Knowledge/Gc) to (Simultaneous/Gc) Size: 32KB. K-ABC and the KABC-II, the reduction of test score differences among ethnic groups was an important goal.

In fact, data collected during the KABC-II standardization reaffirm a key research finding for the original K-ABC: The KABC-II yields substantially smaller score differences than traditional IQ tests when national score averagesFile Size: KB.

Luria’s model consists of four scales: Sequential Processing Scale, Simultaneous processing Scale, Learning Ability and Planning Ability. CHC model renames these: Short Term Memory (Gsm), Visual Processing (Gv), Long Term Storage and Retrieval (Glr) and Fluid Reasoning (Gf) plus an additional 5th scale Crystallised Ability (Gc).Purpose: assessing cognitive development in child.

Successive than Simultaneous Processing scores on the K-ABC, while children with language learning disabilities were found to have an inverse pattern of significantly higher Simultaneous than Successive Processing scores. The results suggest that different. In contrast to other IQ tests, the K-ABC divides intelligence into two domains: simultaneous (or Gestalt) processing and sequential (or step-by-step) processing.

Testing a small group of adolescents and young adults, Dykens et al. () found that age-equivalent levels of simultaneous processing were almost two years higher than levels of. Investigated the Sequential and Simultaneous processing distinctions of highfunctioning autistic children and children with a developmental receptive language disorder (DRLD).

Twenty autistic subjects and 20 DRLD subjects were matched on age and gender, and compared to each other on their Sequential and Simultaneous processing abilities utilizing the K-ABC and selected Cited by: The Sequential Processing/Short-Term Memory Scale is designed to measure the ability to solve problems by remembering and using an ordered series of images or ideas.

The Simultaneous/Visual Processing Scale measures the ability to solve spatial, analogical, or organizational problems that require the processing of many stimuli at one time. Analysis of Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC) Sequential and Simultaneous Processing scores of 94 children (ages ) with learning disabilities produced factor patterns generally supportive of the traditional K-ABC Mental Processing structure Cited by: 7.

Although sequential and simultaneous processing skills both related to reading performance, simultaneous processing alone significantly contributed to reading speed and accuracy. The role of simultaneous and successive processing in EFL reading Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Psychology 51(5):n/a-n/a April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Regression analysis indicated that K-ABC simultaneous, K-ABC sequential, WIAT-RS, and NEPSY visuospatial scores significantly contributed to both EP Cited by: Strong relationships were noted between Test Composite and K-ABC Mental Processing Composite and Achievement scales.

On the K-ABC, the Simultaneous mean was significantly higher than the Sequential : Douglas K. Smith. LD OnLine is the leading website on learning disabilities, learning disorders and differences. Parents and teachers of learning disabled children will find authoritative guidance on attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, reading difficulties, speech and related disorders.

LD OnLine works in association with Learning Disabilities Association. There is a strong link between intelligence and academic achievement. Historically, the relationship of intelligence to achievement dates back as far as the early s, when E.

Thorndike introduced the law of effect (Thorndike ).According to Thorndike, the ability to learn is the most fundamental of all aptitudes; it is the capacity to learn from one’s experiences (e.g., trial and Cited by: 1. tual ability were used in the present study: the K-ABC Sequential Processing standard score (called Verbal Memory by Keith Xr Dunbar, ), the K-ABC Simultaneous Processing standard score (Nonverbal Reasoning), and a Verbal Reasoning composite formed by a\reraging standard scores on the K-ABC Faces and Places, Riddles, and Arithmetic subtests.

Retrieval (Learning), Visual Processing (Simultaneous Processing), Short-Term Memory (Sequential Processing), and Knowledge to compute the general ability score that is known as the Fluid-Crystallized Index (FCI) (Hunt, ; Kaufman & Kaufman, ). The Luria and CHC batteries are also further divided by age.

There is a separate battery. This study explored the interrelationships among cognitive processes (planning and simultaneous and successive processing) based on Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, Successive (PASS) theory, the math problem-solving components (problem translation, problem integration, and planning) based on Mayer's () model, and their underpinning math achievements.

The effects of planning and Author: Aimei Amy Fan.Scatter patterns on the K-ABC Global and Subtest Processing Scales for both the AD and the N groups were nondiscriminatory parallel patterns. The results of this study did not support a relationship between arithmetic disabilities and simultaneous processing nor did they support the negative relationship between arithmetic disabilities and : Richard August Widder.

Additionally, Planning, Attention, Successive, and Simultaneous processing skills have been found in capable readers and deficient in students with reading disabilities. The results of the present study provide support to the PASS, Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive, cognitive processes as being deficient in children with reading Author: Fadia Elwan, Shaaban Gaballah, Abdel Gawad Khalifa.