Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Oral Language

The Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Oral Language (WJ IV OL) is a new battery to the WJ family of tests (which previously only included batteries for cognitive assessment and academic assessment). However, all of the tests that are included on this individually administered, standardized test of oral language skills, often abbreviated as WJ IV OL, were a part of previous versions of the WJ cognitive or academic achievement batteries. With the 2014 revision of the WJ, several tests that had previously been a part of the Oral Language composite on the WJ III, along with others that were relevant for language assessment, were included on a separate battery of tests. The WJ IV OL was developed and normed at the same time as the Woodcock-Johnson IV ...

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