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Psychological Test Score Sheet, W-B Record Sheet. Adult and Adolescent Scales

Psychological Test Score Sheet, W-B Record Sheet. Adult and Adolescent Scales

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The Romanian-born psychologist David Wechsler (1896-1981) graduated from the City College of New York in 1916 and received his M.A. from Columbia University. During World War I, as an U.S. Army private, he was assigned to the testing program for draftees. After the war he studied in London and Paris, and then earned his PhD. at Columbia in 1925.Wechsler worked for a time for the Psychological Corporation in New York and then, from 1932 to 1967, was chief psychologist at the Bellvue Psychiatric Hospital.
While at Bellvue, Wechsler published several intelligence tests. This is the score sheet for Edition B of the Wechsler-Bellvue Adult and Adolescent Scales, published by the Psychological Corporation in 1940.
For materials relating to the Wechsler-Bellvue intelligence tests, see 1989.0710.28 as well as 1990.0034.034 through 1990.0034.041.
Saxon, Wolfgang, “Dr. David Wechsler, 85, Author of Intelligence Tests,” New York Times, May 3, 1981.
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Object Name
score sheet
Psychological Corporation
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
overall: 21.5 cm x 28 cm; 8 15/32 in x 11 1/32 in
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Gift of David Gold
Psychological Tests
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