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Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology
Year : 2008, Volume : 35, Issue : 2
First page : ( 93) Last page : ( 97)
Print ISSN : 0303-2582.

Normative Data on Seguin Form Board Test

Basavarajappa1,*, Venkatesan D.2, Vidya M.1

1Department of P. G. Studies in Psychology, University of Mysore, Mysore-570006, br@psychology, uni-mysore.co.in

2Department of Clinical Psychology, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore-570006, psycon.india@yahoo.co.in

*Correspondence: First author

Online published on 10 January, 2012.


The present study is an attempt to revalidate and develop normative data on a non-verbal test of intelligence-Seguin Form Board (SFB). The SFB was administered on a sample of 720 children including 361 boys and 359 girls between age group of 36–120 months (Mean Age: 89.19 months; SD: 20.82) drawn from rural and urban areas and belonging to different social economic status groups. Results indicate that SFB continues to remain a valid and reliable speed test of intelligence at lower age levels of children. However, there is need to evolve separate norms on SFB for different age groups, socio-economic status levels, and area of residence (rural and urban) respectively. An attempt is also made in this study to demonstrate a modified procedure of test performance as relatively more appropriate, superior and effective for estimation of mental ages/IQ of children on this test.



Seguin Form Board, normative data, Indian norms, chronological age, mental age, modified administration.


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