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Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities

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The Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities (WJ COG) is an individually administered, standardized test of cognitive functioning and is part of the Woodcock-Johnson, a flexible battery of tests designed to measure intellectual functioning in a number of relevant cognitive areas. The 2014 version, the WJ IV COG, was developed simultaneously as the Woodcock-Johnson IV Tests of Achievement and the Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Oral Language. The WJ IV COG measures general intelligence and several other specific cognitive abilities, including comprehension knowledge, fluid reasoning, short-term working memory, long-term retrieval, visual processing, auditory processing, and cognitive processing speed. The measurement of these cognitive abilities may be useful for researchers interested in the measurement of these abilities, and they are also clinically useful for identifying a number ...

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