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The hierarchical factor structure of the WISC-R for reading disabled children
Wallbrown, F. H., Blaha, J. (1979). The Hierarchical Factor Structure of the WISC-R for Reading Disabled Children. Multivariate Experimental Clinical Research, 4(3), 73-80.
A Wherry and Wherry (1969) hierarchical factor solution was obtained on WISC-R subtest intercorreations for a sample comprised of 112 reading disabled children. A hierarchical ability arrangement congrument with Vernon's (1950) structural paradigm was obtained. The hierarchy included a general (g) factor, two subgeneral factors corresponding to the verbal-educational (v:ed) and spatial-perceptual-mechanical (k:m) dimensions from Vernon's paradigm, and four primary factors corresponding to those obtained by Cohen (1959) in his classical analysis of WISC.