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Opportunity for Your Child to Experience an Intelligence Test

October 29, 2017

Clinical psychology doctoral students are seeking children ages 6 to 16 to serve as subjects for practice intelligence testing at the George Mason University Center for Psychological Services.

Students will briefly interview a parent about the child’s educational background and then administer an intelligence test. Student examiners are in training and cannot provide test results. 

The time commitment is two hours, scheduled at your convenience. Each child tested will receive $15 for participation. Children who participate cannot take the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children for one year.

Mason's Center for Psychological Services is located at 10340 Democracy Lane, Suite 202, in Fairfax, Virginia. 

If interested, contact Kerry Kelso at kkelso@gmu.edu.