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Assessment of Cognitive Process Based on PASS Theory of Intelligence

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  • 知能のPASS理論に基づく認知アセスメント
  • 招待講演 知能のPASS理論に基づく認知アセスメント
  • ショウタイ コウエン チノウ ノ PASS リロン ニ モトズク ニンチ アセスメント

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<p>Recent studies about assessment of cognition/intelligence have indicated that assumed cognitive function assessed by several tests changed from single component to several components. Such test has the hypothesis about individual’s competence and levels of cognitive functioning so that the examiner may be informed about the relative levels of processing (strengths and weaknesses) within the individual. These characteristics have been supported by examiners engaged assessment and intervention of cognitive profiles about children with developmental disabilities. In this paper, we introduce the Das’s theory of intelligence of which the major components are Planning, Attention, and Simultaneous and Successive Processing (or “PASS”) based on Luria’s neuropsychology. And we describe specific application of the model to the assessment of PASS cognitive components (the Das-Naglieri Cognitive Assessment System;DN-CAS). DN-CAS is a unique clinical instrument, composed of novel measures, that remains one of the few alternatives for cognitive assessment professionals seeking an alternative to the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) model of intellectual functioning, supporting the Wechsler and other tests of intelligence.</p>


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