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The Cognitive Assessment System has been developed over a number of decades by [[Jack A Naglieri|Jack Naglieri]], based on the theories of Soviet neuropsychologist [[Alexander Luria|A.R. Luria]].
 
The Cognitive Assessment System has been developed over a number of decades by [[Jack A Naglieri|Jack Naglieri]], based on the theories of Soviet neuropsychologist [[Alexander Luria|A.R. Luria]].
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Unlike traditional intelligence tests the CAS helps teachers choose interventions for children with learning problems, identifies children with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder and fairly assesses children from diverse backgrounds.
 
Unlike traditional intelligence tests the CAS helps teachers choose interventions for children with learning problems, identifies children with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder and fairly assesses children from diverse backgrounds.
   
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==See also==
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[[Intelligence tests]]
   
[[Category:intelligence assessment]]
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==Additional material==
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*[http://scholar.google.com/scholar?sourceid=mozclient&num=50&scoring=d&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&q=Cognitive+assessment+system Google Scholar]
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[[Category:Intelligence assessment]]
   
   

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The Cognitive Assessment System has been developed over a number of decades by Jack Naglieri, based on the theories of Soviet neuropsychologist A.R. Luria.

Unlike traditional intelligence tests the CAS helps teachers choose interventions for children with learning problems, identifies children with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder and fairly assesses children from diverse backgrounds.


See also

Intelligence tests

References & Bibliography

Key texts

Books

Papers

Additional material

Books

Papers

External links


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