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The Wechsler Family Range

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Internationally respected for their reliability, efficiency and accuracy, the Wechsler Family range of assessments help Clinical, Educational, Forensic and Neuro Psychologists to measure cognitive abilities, clinical memory and achievement in both adults and children. 

Wechsler has gone digital!

Did you know you can use a number of the Wechsler family assessements digitally during your face-to-face or Telepractice session?

  Learn more on our digital options


Are you a university lecturer? You and your students can use a number of our Wechsler range of assessments for as little as £120 per person/ per year with our Digital Assessment Library for University


Explore the the latest assessments:


Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children  (WISC-V UK) 


WIATWechsler Individual Achievement Test      (WIAT-III UK) 

WIAT-III UK for Teachers (WIAT-III UK-T)

Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence

Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (WPPSI-IV UK)


Wechsler Adult Intelligence ScaleWechsler Adult Intelligence Scale          (WAIS-IV UK) 


Wechsler Memory Scale

Wechsler Memory Scale                                   (WMS-IV UK)        


Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of IntelligenceWechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI-II)


Wechsler Nonverbal Scale of AbilityWechsler Nonverbal Scale of Ability (WNV)

Test of Premorbid FunctioningTest of Premorbid Functioning (TOPF UK)


About David Wechsler 

David WechslerThe Wechsler range was originally developed by David Wechsler, PhD (1896 - 1981), who pioneered the field of cognitive psychology, beginning with the publication of the Wechsler-Bellevue Intelligence Scale first published in 1939. Since Dr. Wechsler's passing in 1981, a team of expert developers have continued to evolve the Wechsler measures by creating revisions of existing measures as well as developing new scales. This work resulted in the continuation of innovation and precision that is based on contemporary theory and current neurocognitive research. 

The Wechsler range continues to be amongst the most widely used assessments today: a testament to its integrity and longevity.



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