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By comparison with the Stanford-Binet IQ measure, an advantage of the Wechsler Scales is that they A. are easier to administer to people with minimal intellectual skills. B. have never been
associated with the concept of mental age. C. provide an advantage to people who don't rely mainly on verbal skills. D. accentuate the importance of reasoning over performance.
By comparison with the Stanford-Binet IQ measure, an advantage of the Wechsler Scales is that they B. have never been associated with the concept of mental age.
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