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paper II question

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Hi any thoughts regards this Q

The vocabulary test is a marker of what?

Intelligence

Premorbid intelligence

Premorbid personality

Vocabulary

Verbal intelligence

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Why not premorbid intelligence?

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should trhe question mean the peabody picture vocabulary test,

The PPVT-III provides an estimate of the client's verbal intelligence and has been administered to groups who had reading or speech problems, had mental retardation, or were emotionally withdrawn. Because the manner of the individual's response to stimulus vocabulary is to point in any fashion to one of four pictures that best fits the stimulus work, these tests also apply to rehabilitation of individuals who have multiple physical impairments, but whose hearing and vision are intact. The test also has high interest value, and this can establish good rapport with a tested individual.The PPVT-III can also be used for assessing the English vocabulary of non-English-speaking individuals and assessing adult verbal ability.

The question is rather confusing but will go for verbal intelligence as it is the most specific answer.

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It is a test of PREMORBID INTELLIGENCE. The WAIS-R vocabulary subtest is suggested to be a better estimate of premorbid IQ than the NART.

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