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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
Full Scale IQ
(264 times)
Neurology
(83 times)
VIQ (60 times)
PIQ (56 times)
IQ (28 times)
1984 Neuropsychological impairment and associated intellectual functions in schizophrenic and other psychiatric patients.
full-scale intelligence quotient
(169 times)
Neurology
(40 times)
VIQ (17 times)
PIQ (16 times)
PSI (13 times)
1985 Neuropsychological abilities of children with epilepsy.
Full Scale Intellectual Quotient
(8 times)
Pediatrics
(5 times)
HDC (3 times)
MB (2 times)
NP (2 times)
2004 Human figure drawing test: validity in assessing intelligence in children aged 3-10 years.
full-scale IQ score
(7 times)
Brain
(2 times)
BCS (1 time)
CFAs (1 time)
CI (1 time)
1999 Long-term intellectual outcome in children with posterior fossa tumors according to radiation doses and volumes.
full scale IQ index
(1 time)
Genetics, Medical
(1 time)
ID (1 time)
2018 The impact of hypocalcemia on full scale IQ in patients with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome.
Full Scale IQ subscore
(1 time)
AC (1 time)
EEG (1 time)
PSI (1 time)
2020 Cognition in Children with Arachnoid Cysts.
full-scale Intelligence Quotient scores
(1 time)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
(1 time)
CDC (1 time)
CMV (1 time)
HLA (1 time)
2012 T-cell activation and neurodevelopmental outcomes in perinatally HIV-infected children.
Full-Scale IQ-related
(1 time)
Brain
(1 time)
DS (1 time)
PVTs (1 time)
RDS (1 time)
2019 They're not just little adults: The utility of adult performance validity measures in a mixed clinical pediatric sample.
full-score IQ
(1 time)
Psychiatry
(1 time)
COGA (1 time)
IMAGE (1 time)
IQ (1 time)
2010 NTM and NR3C2 polymorphisms influencing intelligence: family-based association studies.