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Scores are particularly useful for the evaluation of extreme performance levels.
Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Ed. (SB5)
Gale H. Roid, PhD
Purpose:Assess intelligence and cognitive abilities
Age range:2 to 85 years
Admin:Self-report; Individual
Admin time:Approximately 5 minutes per subtest
Qualification level:C
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The SB5 provides comprehensive coverage of five factors of cognitive ability: fluid reasoning, knowledge, quantitative reasoning, visual-spatial processing, and working memory.

Predictive scores help identify potential disabilities

  • Advances the assessment of strengths and weaknesses in the cognitive processes of students; information on special predictive composite scores for identifying disabilities in both reading and math is available in the Interpretive Manual.
  • Helpful in diagnosing a wide variety of developmental disabilities and exceptionalities and also may be useful in clinical and neuropsychological assessment, early childhood assessment, psychoeducational evaluations for special education placements, and more.

Useful for assessing a wide range of clients

  • Enhanced nonverbal/low-verbal content requires minimal or no verbal responses from the examinee.
  • Useful in assessing LEP/ELL, deaf and hard-of-hearing, and autistic populations.
  • Extensive high-end items measure the highest levels of gifted performance, while improved low-end items better measure low functioning children and adults.
  • Ideal for measuring basic psychological processes in problem-solving models like RTI.

Psychometrically sound and well normed

  • Normative data for the SB5 were gathered from 4,800 individuals whose demographics closely matched those of the U.S. Census.
  • Reliabilities for the Full Scale IQ, Nonverbal IQ, and Verbal IQ range from .95 to .98 (average internal consistency composite reliability, across all age groups). Reliabilities for the factor indexes range from .90 to .92. For the 10 subtests, reliabilities range from .84 to .89.
  • Concurrent and criterion validity data were obtained using the SB-IV, SB-LM, WJ® III, UNIT™, Bender®-Gestalt II, WPPSI® R, WAIS®-III, WIAT®-II, and WISC®-III.

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WW-6386-KTSB5 Complete Kit
includes SB5 Examiner's Manual, Technical Manual, 3 Item Books, Child Card, Layout Card, Manipulatives Kit and Storage Box, and 25 Record Forms in a carrying case
Manuals, Books, and Equipment
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WW-6387-TMSB5 Interpretive Manual$121.00
Forms and Booklets
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WW-6388-RFSB5 Record Forms (pkg/25)$94.00
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WW-11075-OLSB5 Online Scoring Report
1-year starter subscription; includes unlimited scoring and reports for up to five users. Call 1.800.331.8378 to add users or renew
WW-11076-OLSB5 Online Scoring Add-On License
valid for up to five users
WW-11077-OLSB5 Annual Renewal
One year renewal for up to five users
WW-11078-OLSB5 Combination Software Kit
includes the SB5 Complete Kit and the SB5 Online Scoring Report (valid for one year for up to five users)
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Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales for Early Childhood (Early SB5)
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