Name the various test batteries, Biology

Name the various Test batteries

Test batteries typically assess the following domains:

  • General cognitive ability
  • Language ability
  • Visuoperceptual and constructional abilities
  • Attention
  • Learning and memory
  • Executive functions
  • Corticosensory and motor capacities
  • Academic skills
  • Emotional status, behavioural adjustment and adaptive behaviours

 

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