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SB5 Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition

Gale H. Roid

    Technical Information


    Normative data for the SB5 were gathered from 4,800 individuals aged 2 to 85+. The normative sample closely matches the 2000 U.S. Census. Bias reviews were conducted on all items for gender, ethnicity, culture, religion, region, and socioeconomic status. Additionally, the SB5 was co-normed with the Bender® Visual-Motor Gestalt Test, Second Edition.

    Reliability
    Reliabilities for the SB5 are very high. For the FSIQ, NVIQ, and VIQ, reliabilities range from .95 to .98 . Reliabilities for the Factor Indexes range from .90 to .92. For the 10 subtests, reliabilities range from .84 to .89.Back to the top

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Author
Glen E. Roberts, Ph.D.

Age Range 2 to 85+

Administration Time Approximately 5 minutes per subtest

Administration Type Clinician-administered

Qualification Level C

Format
  • Handscored
  • Software