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The '''Wechsler Bellevue Intelligence Scale''' is a measure of [[intelligence]] published by [[David Wechsler]] in 1939. It was revised by him in 1955 as the [[Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale]]. The original test was a battery of tests composed from subtests Wechsler "adopted" from the Army Tests ([[Robert Yerkes|Yerkes]], 1921).
 
The '''Wechsler Bellevue Intelligence Scale''' is a measure of [[intelligence]] published by [[David Wechsler]] in 1939. It was revised by him in 1955 as the [[Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale]]. The original test was a battery of tests composed from subtests Wechsler "adopted" from the Army Tests ([[Robert Yerkes|Yerkes]], 1921).
   

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The Wechsler Bellevue Intelligence Scale is a measure of intelligence published by David Wechsler in 1939. It was revised by him in 1955 as the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale. The original test was a battery of tests composed from subtests Wechsler "adopted" from the Army Tests (Yerkes, 1921).

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