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- Alan Kaufman is an American novelist, memoirist and poet. He is the author of the memoirs Jew Boy and Drunken Angel, the novel Matches, and is listed as editor of The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry.
- born in The Bronx
- written works: "Our Identities", "The Outlaw Bible of American Essays"
- Alan Kaufman a.k.a. Alan S. Kaufman is an American psychology professor known for his work on intelligence testing.
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by Gary B. Mesibov, Victoria Shea, Lynn W. Adams
Alan Kaufman is a leading expert and scholar in the area of psychological testing who has done extensive writing and research on the Wechsler scales. The K-ABC is based on a theory of intelligence and cognition that is different from the ...
by Donna Couchenour, J. Kent Chrisman
Alan Kaufman and Nadeen Kaufman, who supervised the research team that developed the KABC, recognized that many existing measures of general intelligence, including the IQ, are potentially biased by experience. They have argued that ...
by James A. Banks
For example, Alan Kaufman and Nadeen Kaufman created the Kaufman Ability Battery for Children (K-ABC) based on the theories of A. R. Luria, a prominent Russian neuropsychologist. Rather than the Verbal-Performance dichotomy used by ...
by Robin L. Cautin, Scott O. Lilienfeld
Yale Professor Alan Kaufman, widely regarded as the world's leading clinical research authority on the measurement and critical aspects of children and adults ' cognitive functioning, and the author of many cognitive scales for both children ...
by David L. Porter
Cava Collection, Indianapolis, IN; Alan Kaufman and James C. Kaufman, The Worst Baseball Pitchers of ...
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