* Written by the leading experts on the WJ III
* Coverage of both the Tests of Cognitive Abilities and Tests of Achievement* Provides expert guidance on using the WJ III with a variety of clinical populations
* Includes new research and illustrative case studies
* Goes beyond interpretive material published in the Examiner's Manuals and other resource books
Contributors.R.G. Floyd, R.B. Shaver, and K.S. McGrew, Interpretation of the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Abilities: Acting on Evidence.B.G. Read and F.A. Schrank, Qualitative Analysis of the Woodcock-Johnson III Test Performance.N. Mather and B.J. Wendling, Instructional Implications from the Woodcock-Johnson III.N. Gregg, C. Coleman, and D. Knight, Use of the Woodcock-Johnson III in the Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities.N. Mather and F.A. Schrank, Using the Woodcock-Johnson III Discrepency Procedures for Diagnosing Learning Disabilities.D.P. Flanagan, Use of the Woodcock-Johnson III within the Context of a Modern Operational Definition of Learning Disability.L. Phelps and K.S. McGrew, Using the Woodcock-Johnson III Test of Achievement with the WISC-III and WAIS-III to Determine a Specific Learning Disability.M.E. Tusing, D.E. Maricle, and L. Ford, Assessment with the Woodcock-Johnson III and Young Children.G.E. Gridley, K.A. Norman, M.G. Rizza, and S. Decker, Assessment of Gifted Children with the Woodcock-Johnson III.L. Ford, T.Z. Keith, R.G. Floyd, C. Fields, and F.A. Schrank, Using the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Abilities with Students with Attention Defecit/Hyperactivity Disorder.R.S. Dean, R.W. Woodcock, S.L. Decker, and F.A. Schrank, A Cognitive Neuropsychology Assessment.J.P. Braden and V.C. Alfonso, The Woodcock-Johnson III Cognitive Tests of Cognitive Abilities in Cognitive Assessment Courses.