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2 presents these results. 40 was used as a cut-off score. Verbal IQ was substantially associated with all K-TEA scores, but Performance IQ, with the Mathematics Composite alone. Clinicians may most usefully view these results (Lavin, 1996) as descriptive of the two tests when administered to emotionally handicapped students, rather than as suggesting diagnostic uses for the test. 19 Note. From Lavin (1996). 05. 01. ues found are too small to be useful in diagnosing emotional handicaps. They do, however, suggest further investigation, because they differ from the Pearson coefficients reported.