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SIT-4

Slosson Intelligence Test-4th Edition

Richard L. Slosson; Revised by Bradley T. Erford, PhD, Sue L. Larson, PhD, and Steven W. Slosson

Purpose:
Measures cognitive ability
Format:
Paper and pencil
Age range:
4 years to 65 years
Time:
10-20 minutes
Qualification level:
B
B
A degree from an accredited 4-year college or university in psychology, counseling, speech-language pathology, or a closely related field plus satisfactory completion of coursework in test interpretation, psychometrics and measurement theory, educational statistics, or a closely related area; or license or certification from an agency that requires appropriate training and experience in the ethical and competent use of psychological tests. Close

The SIT-4 is a verbal screening measure of cognitive ability for children and adults and is ideal for those with visual impairment, reading disabilities, or other conditions.

New in this edition

  • Includes a color-coded score sheet.
  • Features large color stimulus items for visually impaired individuals.
  • Measures administration and scoring simultaneously.
  • Uses a standard deviation (SD) of 15.
  • Newly calibrated normative data.

Features and benefits

  • Measures crystallized verbal intelligence verbally, making it ideal for those with visual impairments, reading disabilities, or other conditions.
  • Includes six domains:
    • General Information (GI): the learning of cultural knowledge, much of which is not explicitly or directly taught.
    • Comprehension (CO): the knowledge of social behavior, "common sense," and the ability to interpret sayings and proverbs.
    • Quantitative (QN): the ability to do mental calculations, remember essential numbers, and determine the arithmetic process required to calculate correct answers.
    • Similarities and Differences (SD): the skill in determining common attributes of two dissimiliar things or concepts and some uncommon attributes.
    • Vocabulary (VO): the ability to use, understand, and define words orally.
    • Auditory Memory (AM): the capability to remember and repeat correctly a random series of digits, both forward and backward, as well as several sentences.

    The SIT-4 yields a Total Score, charts category scores, and compares ability to achievement.