The Wechsler ACS Social Perception Subtest: A Preliminary Comparison With Other Measures of Social Cognition

  • Kandalaft M
  • Didehbani N
  • Cullum C
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Abstract

Relative to other cognitive areas, there are few clinical measures currently available to assess social perception. A new standardized measure, the Wechsler Advanced Clinical Solutions (ACS) Social Perception subtest, addresses some limitations of existing measures; however, little is known about this new test. The first goal of this investigation was to preliminarily explore the relationship of the ACS Social Perception subtest to five other measures of social perception and cognition in a sample of control subjects and individuals with Asperger Syndrome and schizophrenia. A secondary goal was to preliminarily explore the differences between groups on six measures of social perception and cognition. Results revealed several significant correlations between the ACS Social Perception subtest and other measures of social cognition, and some evidence for the distinguishing abilities of the measure. The ACS Social Perception subtest appears to be a promising measure for the evaluation of social perceptive skills.

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Authors

  • Michelle R Kandalaft

  • Nyaz Didehbani

  • CMunro Cullum

  • Daniel C Krawczyk

  • Tandra T Allen

  • Carol A Tamminga

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