Objective: The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Fourth Edition (WISC-IV) is the most commonly administered intelligence test for children and is often used for evaluation when Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Learning Disorder (LD) is suspected. Studies comparing WISC-IV profiles of children diagnosed with ADHD with and without comorbid LD indicate differences in WISC-IV profiles that are consistent with theoretical considerations. In 2005 a Spanish version of the WISC-IV was developed (WISC-IV-S), but little information is available regarding its validity when used with clinical populations. Method: The current study examined WISC-IV-S profiles in 283 Spanish-speaking children (mean age = 10.2, sd = 2.7, 40% females) of Puerto Rican descent. These children were referred for neuropsychological evaluation for a variety of reasons and those included in the current study had a primary diagnosis of either ADHD (n = 52), ADHD and LD (n = 74), or LD (n = 24). A...

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