Assessment of Cognitive Processes: The PASS Theory of Intelligence / Edition 1by Jagannath P. Das
Pub. Date: 08/18/1993
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
In eleven comprehensive chapters the authors provide a complete summary of the PASS (Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive) model, detail the experimental research, compare the relationship between the model and traditional IQ tests, and recommend a remediation procedure for cognitive dysfunctions. Included are a complete overview of the authors' theoretical approach, separate chapters dealing with each of the major components of the theory, a comprehensive description of the development of assessment procedures, including the DN:CAS battery, a look at the detection of deficits and remediation, and a final chapter on the authors' views of the future. Clinical Psychologists who conduct patient assessments for intelligence. A Longwood Professional Book.
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Table of Contents
I. RESTRUCTURING INTELLIGENCE.
1. The Cognitive Approach to Intellectual Assessment.
2. Conceptualization and Measurement of Intelligence: A Cognitive Processing Model.
II. PROCESSES OF COGNITION.
4. The Coding of Information.
III. MECHANISMS OF MEASUREMENT.
6. Operationalization of PASS.
7. PASS and Current IQ Tests.
IV. DISCOVERY AND AMELIORATION OF DEFICITS.
8. Exceptional Children.
9. From Assessment to Remediation.
10. PASS Remedial Program: PREP.
11. The Raft.
References and Index.
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