Becky Orr Case Study

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Background Becky Orr is a 15 year old female who was examined by Judy Bissell. Her birth date is September 3rd, 1995. She was given the Weschsler Intelligence scale (WIS-IV) on September 8th, 2010.
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The Weschsler Intelligence scale for Children (WISC-IV) measures the child’s overall intellectual ability. The assessment assists with the clinical insights into the child’s intelligences. The goals of this assessment is to strengthen professional decision making when studying the child’s fluid reasoning, working memory, and processing speed. It also measures the child’s memory, adaptive behaviors, emotional intellection, and giftedness (Wechsler, 2003). The test structure is placed into a primary interpretive structure of four
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Becky’s Full Scale IQ (FSIQ) of 119 (90th percentile) is high average of intellectual functioning. This means she performed better than 90 out of 113 of her peers. We are 95% confident that her score is within a 113-123 …show more content…
Becky’s Verbal Comprehension score 2 differences higher than her Perceptual Reasoning score. This means her verbal comprehension is greater than her perceptual organization skills. Becky’s Verbal Comprehension score is lower than her Working Memory. This means she is able to maintain attention and concentrate greater than her verbal reasoning and concept information. Becky’s Verbal Comprehension is higher than her Processing Speed score. This means she is able to perform verbal reasoning and concept information greater than processing visual task without making mistakes. Becky’s Perceptual Reasoning score was higher than her Working Memory score. This means she is able to perform perceptual organization skills better than controlling her mental functioning. Becky’s Perceptional Reasoning score was higher than her Processing Speed score. This means she is able to perform perceptual organization skills better than processing visual tasks. Becky’s Working Memory score was higher than her Processing Speed score. This means she is able to pay attention and concentrate longer than completing visual tasks without making

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