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Catalogue of Clinical and Educational Assessments 2020


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Contents Information for test users

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What's new at Hogrefe

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Child development

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Cognitive ability and achievement

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Communication and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) 27 Social, emotional and behavioural (adult)

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Social, emotional and behavioural (child & adolescent) 47 Neuropsychology and executive functioning

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Personality

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Training courses

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Also from Hogrefe

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Collaboration in research

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Publish with Hogrefe

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Product index

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Your catalogue of clinical and educational assessments At Hogrefe, we are dedicated to delivering the best in psychometric assessments, helping you to work more effectively with your clients and meet their individual needs. We offer a diverse range of measures for use across the lifespan and for a wide variety of purposes: psychologists, paediatricians, speech and language therapists, healthcare professionals, SENCOs, and other related professionals can all benefit from our assessment portfolio. In this catalogue we invite you to explore our test range, divided into easily accessible categories, along with a full product index at the back. Not only will you find our own Hogrefe-published psychometrics, but we also work with global publishing partners to bring you access to a wider selection of clinical and educational assessments.

We have included information on our everexpanding array of training courses, including our popular ADOS-2 training courses and author-led training in the Early Sociocognitive Battery and the Griffiths Scales of Child Development. You will also find information on the exciting new UK-normed edition of the global cognitive and development assessment, the Intelligence and Development Scales, Second Edition, available later this year, as well as the recently-published Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy intervention programme. If you are new to Hogrefe, please do read the information for test users regarding qualification guidelines and registration information, which is outlined on the following page. To stay up to date on our latest assessments, training and special offers, please sign up to our newsletter via the website, or contact us at marketing@hogrefe.co.uk, and follow us on social media. And, if you have any questions, comments or feedback about any of our tests or training, please get in touch – we would love to hear from you. We are committed to meeting GDPR regulations by keeping your data and your clients’ data secure. You can discover more about our focus on data protection, as well as our full terms of use, on our website at hogrefe.co.uk.

SASC Approved Throughout the catalogue, you will find products that are ‘SASC Approved’. The SpLD Assessment Standards Committee (SASC) aims to support and advance standards in SpLD assessment, training and practice, as well as encouraging improvements in best practice in the assessment of specific learning difficulties in an educational setting. For more information, visit: sasc.org.uk


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Information for test users Purchasing qualifications The assessments and training courses in this catalogue are intended for use by properly qualified professionals. Sales of test materials are restricted to those with the necessary training, education and experience as outlined by relevant professional bodies such as the British Psychological Society. Hogrefe uses levels 1, 2 and 3 to describe the amount of training and/or experience necessary to purchase assessments and other materials. You will find these qualification levels throughout this catalogue and on our website; please use them as a guide and contact us should you need further clarification. Level 1 All books and most test manuals sold by Hogrefe are set at level 1. No specific qualifications are required in order to purchase these materials. Level 2 The majority of our clinical and educational assessment materials are set at level 2. In order to purchase these materials, you are required to provide qualification details when registering or ordering. There is no one perfect combination of training and experience, but in order to be qualified at level 2 you must have: • certified training and experience in a relevant discipline (e.g. clinical psychology, counselling psychology or speech and language therapy); • membership of a professional organisation appropriate to the focus of the test; and/or • evidence of competence in the use of psychological tests. Level 3 This level requires the completion of test-specific training; for example in the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2). Those looking to purchase materials set at level 3 will be asked to provide the relevant training certificate or will be checked against a database of qualified users.

If you are listed on registers such as those of the Health and Care Professions Council, the General Medical Council or the Royal College of Psychiatrists, please include these details when registering. If you work in education or speech and language therapy, details of any psychometrics training undertaken are required. You may also be asked to fill out our qualification declaration form (hogrefe.co.uk/services/qualifications) for more details. How to place an order You can call, email or visit our website to register as a customer and place an order with us. To register as a test user and place an order • Visit our website (hogrefe.co.uk) and click ‘log in’ and then ‘register now’ – you will be guided through the registration process. • Call our customer service team on +44 (0)1865 797 920. If ordering on behalf of a school, university or government organisation such as the NHS, we can process your purchase order directly – simply email us at orders@hogrefe.co.uk. Registering as a new customer When first registering, new UK customers will be asked to confirm their relevant qualifications, training and experience. You may also be asked to complete our declaration form. Customers based overseas will be required to fill out our declaration form and answer follow-up questions from members of our customer service team. We reserve the right to contact customers to check professional qualifications at any time, and to cancel orders (offering full refunds) if qualifications do not meet the requirements listed above.


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What's new at Hogrefe Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Second Edition - Online (BRIEF-2) Gerard A. Gioia, Peter K. Isquith, Steven C. Guy & Lauren Kenworth The BRIEF-2, with UK-adapted items and US norms, is available on our online testing platform, HTS 5. Read more about the BRIEF-2 on page 64

Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy (PACT)

Early Sociocognitive Battery (ESB)

Penny Roy, Shula Chiat & Jennifer Warwick The ESB is a new, engaging, and innovative way to assess social communication skills in young children. The 15-minute assessment is quick but thorough, and designed to target 2–5 year-olds directly, looking at key areas of social communication and language development. With more than 60 items including colourful, engaging toys and test materials, the ESB helps speech and language therapists to identify deficits in key sociocognitive skills in order to target intervention strategies appropriately. Read more about the ESB on page 28

Additions to our catalogue of distributed tests include: Arizona-4.....................................................page 65

Catherine Aldred, Jonathan Green, Patricia Howlin & Ann Le Couteur

Conners Early Childhood............................page 52

PACT is an evidence-based, adult-mediated and video-aided intervention proven to enhance social communication competencies in children aged 2–10 years with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Migdas-2.....................................................page 36

Read more about PACT on page 33

FAM Screening............................................page 22 OPUS............................................................page 69


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Intelligence and Development Scales – 2nd Edition (IDS-2) The IDS-2 is a global cognitive assessment, designed to evaluate the 'whole child' and elicit a detailed picture of their knowledge, strengths and relevant areas for development. With 30 subtests covering six domains, the IDS-2 offers the most comprehensive and flexible diagnostic assessment available today.

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Developed in a modular framework with childfriendly test materials, the IDS-2 makes it easy for the practitioner to personalise each testing session. Find more information about the IDS-2 on page 8 and at IDS-2.com


Child development Assessments for intelligence and development.


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Intelligence and Development Scales – 2nd edition (IDS-2)

A global cognitive assessment of the 'whole child', designed to identify their knowledge, strengths, and relevant areas for development. With 30 subtests covering six domains, the IDS-2 offers the most comprehensive diagnostic assessment available today. Developed in a modular framework with child-friendly test materials, the IDS-2 makes it easy for the practitioner to personalise the testing session. The second edition of the highly successful German IDS which was first published in 2009, the IDS-2 provides in-depth information on the child’s strengths and developmental needs, thus identifying with precision where support is needed to help them achieve their full potential. Its flexible modular design is easily tailored by the practitioner, and booklets and record sheets are colour-coded for ease of use during the testing session.

The IDS-2 covers the functional dimensions of intelligence, executive functions, psychomotor skills, social-emotional competence, basic school skills, motivation and attitude. The assessment is used to identify and diagnose intellectual disabilities and learning disorders, evaluating cognitive and motor skills, and to help understand emotional strengths and weaknesses.

Discover more at IDS-2.com

Age range

5 to 20.11 years

Author(s)

Alexander Grob & Priska Hagmann-von Arx. UK adaptation: Anna Barnett, Nichola Stuart & Serena Vanzan

Administration time

180 to 240 minutes for the complete assessment – administration times will vary according to the modules selected for assessment

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Theory and administration manuals; binders for intelligence, executive functions, and general development; record forms; test sheets and response booklets; electronic evaluation credits for use with HTS 5; scoring templates, acetates and reading cards; box of non-verbal materials; carrying case


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Specifically, the assessment measures: • intelligence – including IQ screening (two tests), general intelligence (seven tests), and a complete IQ profile (14 tests); • executive functions – including inhibition, working memory, and cognitive flexibility; • psychomotor skills; • social-emotional skills; • basic skills – including mathematical reasoning, reading and spelling; and • motivation and attitude (ages 11–20).

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Language versions In addition to English, the IDS-2 is available or currently being adapted in Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish and Swedish. Norms and scoring Norms for the IDS-2 use state-of-the-art ‘continuous norming’ so as to provide the precise information which can be critical when assessing a child’s development. Scoring is online through the Hogrefe Testsystem 5 (HTS 5), a platform designed by psychologists for psychologists, eliminating errors and removing the need for manual scoring. No licence is necessary; a scoring credit is included with the purchase of each paper record form.


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Griffiths Scales of Child Development, Third Edition (Griffiths III)

A comprehensive, child-friendly developmental measure. The Griffiths III represents an evolution in developmental assessment, based on the latest research and theory, and building on the best of the past. The Griffiths III is designed for continuous use from birth to 6 years (72 months). It is the product of a thorough re-standardisation of the Griffiths Mental Development Scales (GMDS) – described as the ‘gold standard’ in child development testing.

The assessment The Griffiths III provides an overall measure of children’s development, as well as an individual profile of strengths and needs across five areas: • foundations of learning • language and communication • eye and hand coordination • personal–social–emotional • gross motor

The standardisation was conducted by the Association for Research in Infant and Child Development (ARICD) using a representative sample from the UK and Ireland. The Griffiths III combines norms for the 0 to 2 and 2+ cohorts to allow for a more seamless assessment. The norms also address the ‘Flynn effect’ and minimise cultural bias.

Age range

0 to 6 years

Author(s)

Elizabeth Green, Louise Stroud, Susan Bloomfield, Johan Cronje, Cheryl Foxcroft, Kim Hurter, Hilary Lane, Rivca Marais, Candice Marx, Paula McAlinden, Rosemary O’Connell, Ruth Paradice & Danie Venter

Administration time

Approximately 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 3

Kit contents

Manual (Part I: Overview, Development & Psychometric Properties; Part II: Administration & Scoring; Part III: Norms); 10 Record Books with Analysis Sheets; 10 Drawing Booklets; Test Equipment; Carrying Case

Product code

5600000

Price

£1,695 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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What’s new to Griffiths III? The Griffiths III has taken the best from the previous editions and built on them to become a substantially improved kit. More than 80% of the Griffiths III was redesigned to create a modern assessment in line with the latest developmental, paediatric, psychological and neurological research. Clinician feedback was also taken into account, and the administration sequence was streamlined to be straightforward and practical for users. The time required to complete Griffiths III is approximately 60 minutes. All equipment can be easily cleaned, is child-friendly and has been designed to keep small children engaged and at ease. Griffiths III training Training is available for both new users and users of the previous editions. For details, turn to page 81. Griffiths III distributors Griffiths III is available internationally through dedicated distributors and many of our Hogrefe offices – visit hogrefe.co.uk/griffithsIII.html for information.

Watch the video on our website to find out more about Griffiths III


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Denver II Developmental Screening Test (Denver II)

Aims to support healthcare providers assessing development in young children. The Denver Developmental Screening Test (DDST) was revised and re-standardised, giving rise to the Denver II, which provides a more relevant, thorough test to screen for developmental delays. The Denver II consists of 125 items (the DDST had 105) divided into four general areas of development. The number of language items has increased (from 21 to 39 on the Denver II) – this was an important objective in revising the test. The latest edition also includes a scale for rating the child’s behavioural characteristics during the test.

The Denver II materials include a test kit containing items packed into a convenient small carrying bag. The record form is laid out in such a way that the user can compare an individual child’s performance with the standardised group. Over 1,000 cases were tested in the restandardisation and the percentage of children in each age group who passed each item was calculated. The test-retest reliability over a oneweek period was .95 and the reliability amongst examiners averaged .90. Also available: Denver II Training DVD and Denver II Administration DVD

Age range

0 to 6 years

Author(s)

W. K. Frankenburg, J. Dodds, P. Archer, B. Bresnick, P. Maschka, N. Edelmann & H. Shapiro

Administration time

20 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Materials required for screening and surveillance in a handy zippered bag; test forms and training manual are not included but are available separately

Product code

5513405

Price

£135 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


Cognitive ability and achievement Assessments for adaptive intelligence, non-verbal intelligence, cognitive assessment, academic achievement, reading, and mathematics.


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Cattell’s Fluid Intelligence Test, Scale 2 (CFT 20-R)

A test of non-verbal ability for use with children and adolescents. The CFT 20-R is a test of non-verbal ability for use with children and adolescents aged from 8 years and 6 months to 17 years. This test does not rely on language knowledge or cultural background, and so is particularly useful where fair assessment of children and adolescents from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds is required. The exercises in the CFT 20-R use graphics so that those with impaired or reduced language skills are not at a disadvantage, and the demographic information included in the new UK-specific norms group ensures its widespread applicability.

The assessment The CFT 20-R has a long and impressive history, having originally been developed by the influential psychologist Raymond Cattell and published as the Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT). Cattell’s goal in constructing the CFT was to develop a test which would measure intellectual potential in its purest form – reducing as much as possible the influence of environmental and educational factors which may interfere with scores on ability and indeed with everyday life. The result is a test that taps into the test taker’s ‘fluid intelligence’, a term coined by Cattell to describe the capacity to think logically and solve problems in novel situations. Fluid intelligence operates independently of acquired knowledge and is considered to be largely unaffected by both cultural biases and educational level.

Age range

8 years and 6 months to 17 years

Author(s)

Raymond B. Cattell, Rudolf H. Weiß, Susana Castro & Olympia Palikara

Administration time

Approximately 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 5 Test Booklets; 20 Answer Sheets; 20 Results Sheets

Product code

5562401

Price

£150 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Adaptive Intelligence Diagnosticum, Third Edition (AID 3)

Measures complex as well as basic cognition in a uniquely adaptive format. AID 3 is a test battery for use with children and adolescents that provides a clear profile across several abilities, such as verbal and manual. It applies adaptive item selection according to the test taker’s level of proficiency for ten subtests and one add-on test, allowing for high accuracy of measurement using relatively few items. The assessment The twelve subtests and five add-on tests of the AID 3 measure specifically defined abilities in a unique format. The core subtests involve ‘verbal-acoustic’ and ‘manual-visual’ tasks, and some subtests can be administered in different formats, and thus adapted to suit the situation.

By default, in ten of the subtests (and one add-on test) item groups are administered step by step in a way that adapts to the test taker’s performance. Conventional testing is also possible, which can be tailored to the test taker if desired. Five subtests (and one add-on test) may even be administered (adaptively) as short forms, and there are parallel forms for eight subtests in case a second test administration takes place after a short period of time. The AID 3 is applicable in educational psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, occupational and educational consulting, and for test takers whose first language is not English.

Age range

6 years to 15 years and 11 months

Author(s)

Klaus D. Kubinger

Administration time

Approximately 40 to 75 minutes; for each add-on test an additional 2 to 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Suitcase; Manual (in two parts); Stimulus Booklets; Picture Cards; Pattern Sheet; Puzzle; Cubes; Pads; Picture Board; Picture Pads; Recording Sheets; Worksheets; Test Sheets; Templates

Product code

5535916

Price

£1,076 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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SON-R 2-8 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test

Measures general intelligence in children, with subtests measuring abstract and concrete reasoning, spatial ability and visual perception. The scale requires no verbal or written instructions and this makes it suitable for children with a hearing impairment, learning difficulties, or language and verbal communication barriers. As an adaptive test, the SON-R can be carried out rapidly without compromising reliability. Written and spoken language are not required, and the adaptive format helps to both assess and motivate the child. Test takers get feedback throughout the test, allowing them to alter their strategies – this also allows the test user to easily omit tasks deemed too easy or too difficult.

The assessment The subtests can be grouped into two types: reasoning tests (Categories, Analogies and Situations) and spatial performance tests (Mosaics, Puzzles and Patterns). In the reasoning tests, the correct solution is chosen from a number of given alternatives. However, perceptual, spatial and reasoning ability play a role in all of the subtests. The performance tests are named accordingly because the item is solved while manipulating the test stimuli. Scoring and analysis software is supplied with the kit. After the raw scores, test date and date of birth have been entered, the standardised scores are calculated and a profile sheet can be printed out. The standardised scores are based on the exact age of the subject.

Age range

2 to 8 years

Author(s)

P. J. Tellegren, M. Winkel & J. A. Laros

Administration time

Approximately 50 minutes (excluding breaks)

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Carrying Case; All Testing Components; Set of Manuals; 50 Scoring Forms; 50 Patterns Booklets; Software Scoring Program

Product code

5513631

Price

£1,760 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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SON-R 6-40 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test (Revised)

Assesses a broad spectrum of cognitive abilities without involving the use of language. The SON-R 6-40 uses a range of abstract and deductive reasoning tasks to determine general intelligence levels – without the need for verbal or written instructions. This makes it suitable for those with a hearing impairment, learning difficulties or language and verbal communication barriers, and normative data is available for up to 40 years of age. As an adaptive test, the SON-R 6-40 assessment can be administered quickly without compromising reliability. Written and spoken language are not required, and adaptive test procedures help to assess and motivate. Test takers get feedback throughout, allowing them to alter their strategies as they go – and allowing test users to omit tasks deemed too easy or too difficult.

The assessment There are 124 items, arranged into four subtests: • Analogies: using abstract and deductive reasoning, test takers must determine the principle of change in comparable figures; • Mosaics: test takers are tested on performance when recreating mosaic patterns in a frame using red and white squares; • Categories: from a series of five separate pictures, test takers must use abstract reasoning to choose two that share a theme; and • Patterns: test takers must use spatial reasoning and visuomotor skills to fill in the missing piece of a pattern. The SON-R 6-40 is scored conveniently using the software scoring package. The SON-R 6-40 awards points from 1 to 19 for each of the four subtests. A  standardised total sample with an average mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15 is then calculated (total IQ).

Age range

6 to 40 years

Author(s)

P. J. Tellegren, M. Winkel & J. A. Laros

Administration time

55 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Carrying Case; All Testing Components; Set of Manuals; 50 Record Sheets; 50 Patterns Booklets; Software Scoring Program

Product code

5513610

Price

£1,550 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) Standard Form

Delivers a quick measure of basic academic skills, including a reading comprehension subtest. This version of the AAB assessment measures basic reading, math, spelling and reading comprehension quickly and thoroughly for an accurate overview of the test taker’s academic skills. The AAB is ideal for evaluating fundamental academic skills during an initial evaluation, reevaluation, or when working with those referred for learning, behaviour or vocational concerns. The assessment Features and benefits of the AAB include: • all four subtests in one easy-to-use response booklet. New users can learn how to administer the test quickly with the included Fast Guide; • reading subtests combine to provide a Reading Composite, providing more data to understand a test taker’s reading skills;

• an overall composite score provides the test user with a snapshot of a test taker’s academic performance; and • discrepancy data with the RIAS-2 (see page 25) offer test users the ability to compare AAB scores with an IQ assessment. When used together, the RIAS-2 and the AAB offer a valid and efficient way to thoroughly assess intelligence and academic achievement.

Choose the AAB that best suits your needs by following the comparison guide on our website

Age range

4 to 85 years

Author(s)

Melissa A. Messer

Administration time

15 to 30 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Standard Form Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 25 Standard Form Item Booklets; 25 Standard Form Response Booklets; Stimulus Card

Product code

5516726

Price

£145 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) Comprehensive Form

Assesses seven areas of achievement throughout the lifespan. The AAB is a complete achievement assessment for use with individuals throughout the lifespan, offering a comprehensive battery of tests. The AAB can be used to help differentiate performance in individuals with various learning disabilities, intellectual developmental disorders, ADHD and/ or speech and language impairment. The assessment The Comprehensive Form can be administered in 90 minutes and scored in 15 minutes. It provides a total score, giving an overview of the test taker’s overall performance, as well as a skills analysis which allows for the investigation of strengths and weaknesses.

Also available: The Screening Form can be administered in 15 to 30 minutes and scored in 5 to 10 minutes. This provides a snapshot of the test taker’s performance in reading, spelling, writing and maths and is appropriate for evaluating fundamental academic skills during an initial evaluation, during re-evaluation or when working with those referred for learning, behavioural or vocational concerns. In addition, there is an optional written composition component (which takes an additional 15 minutes to administer). Both versions include a Fast Guide and provide age- and school-year-based (autumn and spring) norms.

Age range

4 to 85 years

Author(s)

Melissa A. Messer

Administration time

Comprehensive Form: 90 minutes; Screening Form: 15 to 30 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Comprehensive Form Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 25 Comprehensive Form Item Booklets, 25 Comprehensive Form Response Booklets; Stimulus Book 1; Stimulus Book 2; Stimulus Card; 5 Screening Form Item Booklets; 5 Screening Form Response Booklets

Product code

5516720

Price

£419 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Cognitive Assessment System, Second Edition (CAS2) Measures cognitive processing abilities important for a broad range of differential diagnoses and instructional planning. The CAS2 Extended Battery has three subtests for each of the four PASS scales. The Core Battery includes two subtests from each of the four PASS scales. Each PASS scale as well as the CAS2 Full Scale yields a standard score with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15. The four PASS scales are: • Planning – requires the test taker to determine, select and use a strategy to solve a problem. The three subtests are: Planned Codes, Planned Connections and Planned Number Matching; • Attention – requires the test taker to selectively attend to a particular stimulus while inhibiting attention to competing stimuli. The three subtests are: Expressive Attention, Number Detection and Receptive Attention; • Simultaneous – involves integrating separate stimuli into a single whole or group. The three subtests are: Matrices, Verbal-Spatial Relations and Figure Memory; and

• Successive – requires the serial ordering of things. The three subtests are: Word Series, Sentence Repetition (ages 5 to 7 years) or Sentence Questions (ages 8 to 18 years) and Visual Digit Span. The CAS2 also yields five supplemental composite scores: Executive Function without Working Memory, Executive Function with Working Memory, Working Memory, Verbal Content, and Nonverbal Content. A visual versus auditory comparison is also provided. Validity with special populations – including those with speech or language impairments, those with learning disabilities, the gifted and talented, and those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorder or Asperger’s syndrome – is reported.

Age range

5 to 18 years

Author(s)

Jack A. Naglieri, J. P. Das & Sam Goldstein

Administration time

40 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Administration and Scoring Manual; Interpretive and Technical Manual; Stimulus Books 1 to 3; 10 Examiner Record Forms; 5 Student Response Books for 5 to 7 years; 5 Student Response Books for 8 to 17 years; 10 Figure Memory Response Books; Scoring Templates; Red Pencil; Carrying Case

Product code

5561511

Price

£1,145 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing, Second Edition (CTOPP-2) Identifies students with phonological difficulties who may be at risk for reading problems. Used by both psychologists and educational professionals, the CTOPP-2: • identifies individuals who are significantly below their peers in important phonological abilities; • determines strengths and weaknesses in already developed phonological processes; • documents individuals’ progress in phonological processing as a consequence of special intervention programmes; and • serves as a measurement device in research studies investigating phonological processing.

The assessment The CTOPP-2 has 12 subtests: Elision, Blending Words, Sound Matching, Phoneme Isolation, Blending Nonwords, Segmenting Nonwords, Memory for Digits, Nonword Repetition, Rapid Digit Naming, Rapid Letter Naming, Rapid Color Naming, and Rapid Object Naming. The test yields six types of normative scores: age equivalents, school-year equivalents, percentile ranks, subtest scaled scores, composite indexes and developmental.

Age range

4 years to 24 years and 11 months

Author(s)

Richard Wagner, Joseph Torgesen, Carol Rashotte & Nils Pearson

Administration time

40 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Examiner’s Manual; 25 Examiner Record Booklets (4 to 6 years); 25 Examiner Record Booklets (7 to 24 years); Core Subtest CD-ROM and Supplemental Subtest CD-ROM

Product code

5514891

Price

£335 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Feifer Assessment of Mathematics (FAM)

Examines the underlying neurodevelopmental processes that support proficient maths skills. The FAM is a comprehensive assessment of mathematics designed to examine the underlying neurodevelopmental processes that support the acquisition of proficient maths skills. It not only helps determine if the test taker has a maths learning disability (MLD) but also identifies the specific subtype of dyscalculia, which better informs decisions about appropriate interventions. The assessment is based on a neuropsychological paradigm, which works on the basis that multiple neural pathways underscore various cognitive processes used in mathematical problem-solving.

The assessment The FAM comprises 19 individual subtests measuring various aspects of mathematical fact retrieval, numeric and spatial memory, perceptual estimation skills, linguistic maths concepts, and core number sense development. The FAM can be used in conjunction with more traditional achievement tests that measure overall maths performance. The FAM yields three index scores representing each dyscalculia subtype (Verbal Index, Procedural Index and Semantic Index) as well as a Total Index score that represents total test performance. Reliable change and discrepancy scores can also be calculated. Also available: The FAM screening kit and separate components are also available on our website.

Age range

4 to 21 years

Author(s)

Steven G. Feifer

Administration time

35 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 10 Examiner Record Forms; 10 Examinee Response Forms; Stimulus Book 1; Stimulus Book 2

Product code

5561770

Price

£509 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Feifer Assessment of Reading (FAR)

Examines the underlying cognitive and linguistic processes that support proficient reading skills. The FAR is a comprehensive assessment of reading and related processes that helps in determining the test taker’s specific subtype of reading impairment and informs decisions about appropriate interventions. The FAR takes a neurodevelopmental approach to reading, which works on the basis that multiple neural pathways underscore various aspects of the reading process, such as phonemic awareness, fluency, decoding, and comprehension. The assessment is based on the premise that treatments for reading disorders vary by dyslexic subtype, with four specific subtypes addressed: dysphonetic dyslexia, surface dyslexia, mixed dyslexia and reading comprehension deficits.

The FAR can be used for an array of purposes, including general screening for dyslexia, progress monitoring of discrete skills for school systems operating in an RTI paradigm, diagnosis of a learning disability as part of a comprehensive psychological evaluation, and design of a deficitor skill-specific intervention. The assessment The FAR comprises 15 individual subtests measuring various aspects of vocabulary, phonological awareness, decoding skills, rapid automatic naming, orthographical processing, morphological processing, word memory, reading fluency (word and story, silent and oral), and comprehension skills.

Age range

4 to 21 years

Author(s)

Steven G. Feifer

Administration time

35 to 75 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 10 Examiner Record Forms; 10 Examinee Response Forms; Stimulus Book 1; Stimulus Book 2; Stimulus Book 3; Set of 3 Scoring Templates; Storybook

Product code

5561772

Price

£529 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Test of Nonverbal Intelligence, Fourth Edition (TONI-4)

Measures intelligence, aptitude, abstract reasoning and problemsolving, yet requires no reading, writing, speaking or listening on the test taker’s part. In this language-free intelligence test, the test taker can use pointing, nodding or blinking to indicate the chosen response. Designed for both children and adults, the language-free format makes it ideal for testing those who have previously been difficult to assess, including people with communication disorders, learning disabilities or problems caused by intellectual disability, autism, stroke, head injury, neuropsychological impairment or disease. It also accommodates the needs of individuals who are not proficient in English and those with hearing impairments.

The assessment The test items present a variety of problemsolving tasks, in ascending order of difficulty. Each item incorporates one or more of eight salient characteristics: shape, position, direction, rotation, contiguity, shading, size and movement. The abstract, figural content of these items, along with the elimination of language, reduces the cultural loading of the test. Performance is not affected by prior information or exposure. Administration instructions are provided in English as well as Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean and Tagalog.

Age range

6 to 89 years

Author(s)

Linda Brown, Rita J. Sherbenou & Susan K. Johnsen

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Examiner’s Manual; Picture Book; Critical Reviews and Research Findings (1982–2009); 50 Form A Answer Booklets & Record Forms; 50 Form B Answer Booklets & Record Forms; Storage Box

Product code

5587101

Price

£370 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales, Second Edition (RIAS-2)

Assesses intelligence and its major components. The RIAS-2 is an assessment of both verbal and non-verbal intelligence for use with those aged 3 to 94 years. The measure retains all the features that made the original instrument so popular and has been revised to include some additional benefits.

The assessment Verbal intelligence is assessed by measuring verbal problem-solving and verbal reasoning, which uses acquired knowledge and skills. Nonverbal intelligence is assessed by measuring reasoning and spatial ability using novel situations and stimuli. The test yields a General Reasoning Index, a highly reliable score that reflects overall measurement of the general factor of reasoning and problem-solving skill. Optional memory subtests are also available – verbal and nonverbal memory are assessed via the Composite Memory Index, useful when a broad estimate of memory is desired.

Age range

3 to 94 years

Author(s)

Cecil R. Reynolds & Randy W. Kamphaus

Administration time

40 to 45 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

RIAS-2/RIST-2 Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 25 RIAS-2 Record Forms; 25 RIAS-2 Response Forms; RIAS-2/RIST-2 Stimulus Book 1; RIAS-2 Stimulus Book 2; RIAS-2 Stimulus Book 3; RIAS-2 Stimulus Book 4

Product code

5516031

Price

£570 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Test of Word Reading Efficiency, Second Edition (TOWRE2)

Measures word reading accuracy and fluency. The TOWRE2 is a measure of the test taker’s ability to pronounce printed words (Sight Word Efficiency) and phonemically regular nonwords (Phonemic Decoding Efficiency) accurately and fluently. As it can be administered very quickly (in approximately 5 minutes) the test provides an efficient means of monitoring the growth of two kinds of word reading skill that are critical in the development of overall reading ability.

The assessment Each of the two subtests of the TOWRE2 has four alternative forms, A to D. The Sight Word Efficiency subtest assesses the number of real words printed in vertical lists that the test taker can accurately identify within 45 seconds. Similarly, the Phonemic Decoding Efficiency subtest measures the number of pronounceable non-words presented in vertical lists that the test taker can accurately decode within 45 seconds. The four forms of each subtest are of equivalent difficulty, and any of the forms of each subtest may be given depending on the purposes of the assessment. The numerous reliability and validity studies presented in the manual provide the test user with strong evidence concerning the strengths and limitations of the scores provided by the test.

Age range

6 years to 24 years and 11 months

Author(s)

Joseph Torgeson, Richard Wagner & Carol Rashotte

Administration time

5 to 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Examiner’s Manual; Form A Word Cards; Form B Word Cards; Form C Word Cards; Form D Word Cards; 25 Form A Examiner Record Booklets; 25 Form B Examiner Record Booklets; 25 Response to Intervention Booklets; Storage Box

Product code

5585301

Price

£261 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


Communication and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) Assessments for early years’ screening, ASD diagnosis, social communication disorders, and social responsiveness.


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Early Sociocognitive Battery (ESB) A new, innovative assessment for preschool children that is predictive of later language and social communication difficulties including autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The ESB is a battery of three subtests assessing sociocognitive skills which are known to be associated with language development and impairment in very young children with social communication difficulties and with autism spectrum disorder. The subtests measure social responsiveness, joint attention and symbolic comprehension, helping to identify deficits in key sociocognitive skills and enabling early years professionals to target their intervention strategies appropriately. While the 15-minute assessment is quick enough to act as a screening measure in a busy practice, it is also a fully standardised, robust psychometric test used in intervention planning. The ESB builds on and supports clinical observations by providing a theoretically-driven, evidence-based measure that is: • systematic – evaluating a representative range of sociocognitive responses elicited through carefully selected and well-specified activities;

• standardised – enabling comparison of a child’s responses with those typical for their age, based on a representative sample of over 400 preschool children; • informative – revealing children’s skills and needs according to evidence of relations between performance on the ESB and development of language and social communication; and • psychometrically robust – shown to be reliable and valid. Suitable for use by speech and language therapists, clinical and educational psychologists, and paediatricians, the ESB can also be used by other clinical professionals who satisfy Hogrefe's 'level 2' criteria; please see page 3. Training A one-day training course is recommended for qualified practitioners through City, University of London. Information can be found on page 81.

Age range

2 to 5 years

Author(s)

Penny Roy, Shula Chiat & Jennifer Warwick

Administration time

15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 Record Forms; Quick Start Guide; kit items

Product code

5560001

Price

£479 (ex. VAT) Manual and Record Forms available separately – see website for details


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‘[The ESB] has had a positive impact on decision making and allowing context for discussion between SLTs and parents...The rapid scoring allows for immediate feedback on the outcome, and because it’s being used for a specific purpose, the pathway becomes clear for the family straightaway.’ Matt Cruse, Senior Speech & Language Therapist at Roscommon Early Intervention Service

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The kit comes with more than 60 items including colourful, engaging toys and test materials that young children enjoy playing with.

Example of where the ESB can help to target intervention: Jack’s story Jack had an 8-year-old elder brother with a diagnosis of ASD. His brother attended a special school and was non-verbal. Jack presented as a late talker and his parents were worried that he might also be showing signs of ASD. He had been seen by a paediatrician who did not share the parents' concerns. Jack had been known to the speech and language therapist for six months. The therapist was aware of parental concerns and used the ESB as a tool for parents to observe Jack’s relative strengths in early sociocognitive skills.

Jack’s ESB performance was consistently in the normal range with all scores at or just above average, confirming his strengths in this area. The ESB helped the therapist to explain these skills to Jack’s parents and reassure them, and enabled them to focus on interventions needed to target his language delay.


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Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2)

Helps to assess and diagnose autism and pervasive developmental disorder across ages, developmental levels, and language skills. The ADOS-2 is a semi-structured, standardised assessment of communication, social interaction, play, and restricted and repetitive behaviours. The test consists of various activities involving interactive stimulus materials (all included in the ADOS-2 kit) that elicit behaviours directly related to a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and can inform diagnosis, treatment planning, and educational placement. A range of clinicians including physicians, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists use ADOS­-2 results to inform diagnosis, intervention, educational placement and treatment planning. ADOS-2 can be used with a wide range of children and adults in any hospital, clinic or school that serves individuals with developmental disorders.

This revision includes a new Toddler Module which is designed for children between 12 and 30 months of age who do not consistently use phrase speech. It includes loosely structured activities with motivating materials to observe if the child demonstrates behaviours associated with ASD. The algorithms for Modules 1-3 have been revised to achieve more accurate and targeted results, allowing for a more uniform basis for comparing results across these three modules. In addition, a new comparison score for Modules 1-3 enables the test user to compare a child’s overall level of autism spectrum-related symptoms to that of children diagnosed with ASD who are the same age and have similar language skills. The Protocol booklets for Modules 1-4 have been improved significantly and provide clear and explicit administration and coding instructions.

Age range

12 months and older

Author(s)

Modules 1 to 4: Catherine Lord, Michael Rutter, Pamela C. DiLavore, Susan Risi, Katherine Gotham & Somer L. Bishop. Toddler Module: Catherine Lord, Rhiannon J. Luyster & Katherine Gotham

Administration time

40 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 3

Kit contents

Manual; 50 Protocol Booklets (10 per Module); Test Materials (100+ stimulus items); all in a durable plastic container with handles and wheels

Product code

5588801

Price

£2,050 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


The assessment The ADOS-2 includes five modules, each requiring between 40 and 60 minutes to administer. The individual is tested using only one module based on his or her expressive language level and chronological age. • Toddler Module – for children between 12 and 30 months of age who do not consistently use phrase speech. • Module 1 – for children 31 months and older who do not consistently use phrase speech. • Module 2 – for children of any age who use phrase speech but are not verbally fluent. • Module 3 – for verbally fluent children and young adolescents. • Module 4 – for verbally fluent older adolescents and adults.

Training and updating If you are an existing ADOS user and already own an ADOS kit, you can purchase an upgrade package. The materials in this package can be combined with the materials in your ADOS kit to make the ADOS-2 kit. Training is essential for new users of the ADOS­-2 and update training is highly recommended for those already using the ADOS. We offer a number of courses to suit all levels; please visit page 80 for more information.


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Forerunners in Communication (ComFor-2)

Assesses types of interventions suitable for improving communication in people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The ComFor-2 addresses two core questions: what is the most suitable form of augmented communication, and at which level can the chosen means be offered? The assessment The test consists of a range of sorting tasks. Clients are required to sort objects, photographs, pictures, and words according to both their literally perceptible features (‘presentation’), and their meaning (‘representation’).

The score on these tasks gives a clear indication of the level on which augmented communication should be offered. For example, does a picture of a cup only mean ‘cup’, or can it be used to indicate the activity ‘drinking’? The ComFor-2 is a revised version of the broadly used ComFor. The test design and application are unchanged, but the test materials have been thoroughly reviewed and modernised. The new test kit can be used in combination with the previously published manual and forms.

Age range

Children and adults with a psychomotor developmental level of 12–60 months

Author(s)

Roger Verpoorten, Ilse Noens & Ina van Berckelaer‑Onnes

Administration time

Approximately 45 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Stimulus Materials only (Manual, Scoring Forms, and Word Cards available separately)

Product code

5594024

Price

£470 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy (PACT) e-learning

A theory-based, adult-mediated and video-aided intervention designed to improve social communication competencies in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). PACT identifies the child’s individual profile and adult’s existing skills, building and extending communication techniques. It complements other interventions by developing communication and language skill to increase the child’s socialisation and life skills. Brief moments of communication interaction are reviewed using video feedback, supporting adults/carers in improving the child’s individual language and communication skills. PACT mirrors the definitions, terminology and skills outlined in ADOS-2 and will be of interest to speech and language therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, specialist teachers and specialist social workers who deal with children with social communication issues aged 2–10 years.

Training for new users (Level 1) PACT e-learning is a certified half-day online programme developed to support professionals wishing to learn about PACT. The programme introduces the techniques and research behind the intervention, and a certificate is awarded to those who successfully complete the programme. The certificate may be used as a record of continuing professional development and is valid for one year for those wishing to proceed to Level 2. PACT administration (Level 2) Following successful completion of Level 1, those who wish to administer PACT must complete a further two days' face-to-face training, plus two and a half days post-course work with IMPACT (Interaction Method for Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy). Full details of the training with IMPACT can be found at: pacttraining.co.uk/register

Age range

2 to 10 years

Author(s)

Catherine Aldred, Johnathan Green, Patricia Howlin & Ann Le Couteur

Duration

4 hours

Qualification

Level 2

Product code

5600309

Price

£299 (ex. VAT)


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Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R)

Helps to diagnose autism, plan treatment and distinguish autism from other pervasive developmental disorders. The ADI-R is effective in differentiating autism from other developmental disorders, assessing syndrome boundaries, identifying new subgroups and quantifying autistic symptomatology. The assessment Composed of 93 items, the ADI-R focuses on three functional domains: Language and Communication; Reciprocal Social Interactions; and Restricted, Repetitive and Stereotyped Behaviours and Interests.

Interview questions cover eight content areas: • the subject’s background including family, education, previous diagnoses, and medications; • overview of the subject’s behaviour; • early development and milestones; • language acquisition and loss of language or other skills; • current functioning regarding language and communication; • social development and play; • interests and behaviours; and • clinically relevant behaviours such as aggression, self-injury, and possible epileptic features. Training For details of our ADI-R Administration and Coding course, visit page 81.

Age range

Children and adults with a mental age above 2 years

Author(s)

Michael Rutter, Ann Le Couteur & Catherine Lord

Administration time

90 to 150 minutes

Qualification

Level 3

Kit contents

10 Interview Booklets; Manual; 10 Comprehensive Algorithm Forms

Product code

5580201

Price

£264 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Autism Spectrum Rating Scales™ (ASRS™) with DSM-5 Scoring Update

Helps identify symptoms, behaviours and associated features of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children and adolescents. Applicable to children and adolescents aged 2–18 years, the ASRS is an easy-to-use and convenient tool intended for psychologists, school psychologists, clinical social workers, physicians, counsellors, psychiatric workers, and paediatric/ psychiatric nurses. The ASRS will assist the test user in the diagnostic process. When used in combination with other assessment information, results from the ASRS can help with diagnostic decision-making, treatment planning, the ongoing monitoring of responses to intervention, and the evaluation of the effectiveness of a treatment programme for a child with an ASD.

The assessment Parents and teachers are asked to evaluate how often they have observed specific behaviours in the child or adolescent in areas such as socialisation, communication, unusual behaviours, behavioural rigidity, sensitivity, and self-regulation. There are two versions of ASRS, one for children aged 2–5 years, and one for children and adolescents aged 6–18 years. DSM-5 Updates Following the release of the DSM-5, revisions were made to the Symptom Scales. Updates were therefore made to the full-length parent and teacher hand-scored forms and scoring software.

Age range

2 to 18 years

Author(s)

Sam Goldstein & Jack A. Naglieri

Administration time

Approximately 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Update Manual; 25 ASRS (2 to 5 Years) Parent/Teacher/Short QuikScore Forms; 25 ASRS (6 to 18 Years) Parent/Teacher/Short QuikScore Forms; Forms updated with DSM-5 Scoring

Product code

5581220

Price

£439 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Monteiro Interview Guidelines for Diagnosing the Autism Spectrum, Second Edition (MIGDAS-2) Provides a sensory-based process for gathering and organising the qualitative information needed to diagnose autism in children, adolescents, and adults. The MIGDAS-2 offers an organised, systematic way to elicit and document an individualised behavioural profile descriptive of the singular presentation of ASD in order to better inform autism diagnosis and treatment planning. The process is designed to facilitate writing a narrative evaluation report and providing diagnostic feedback using language that is easily understood by parents and others involved in the individual’s care. Key features of the MIGDAS-2 assessment process include: • interactive interview techniques: the MIGDAS-2 provides detailed, concrete guidelines for conducting interactive diagnostic interviews with children, adolescents, and adults suspected of having ASD;

• parent/caregiver and teacher participation: the MIGDAS-2 provides structured guidelines for obtaining key information from parents/ caregivers and teachers about the individual’s behaviour in home and school settings; • comprehensive qualitative information: the MIGDAS-2 is a unique evaluation tool that guides the evaluator to make a diagnosis based on direct interactions with the individual being evaluated and the individual’s parents/ caregivers and teachers; and • sensory-based approach: emphasising the use of sensory materials and encouraging discussion of areas of high interest to the individual, the MIGDAS-2 process provides a system for evaluators to gather distinctive examples of behaviour patterns often seen in individuals with ASD.

Age range

3 to 99 years

Author(s)

Marilyn J. Monteiro & Sheri Stegall

Administration time

Varies; 30 to 90 minutes, depending on format

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 forms (5 of each available version)

Product code

5600271

Price

£225 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ)

Provides quick and easy routine screening for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Previously known as the Autism Screening Questionnaire, the SCQ evaluates communication skills and social functioning in children who may have autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The SCQ provides a dimensional measure of ASD symptomatology with a cut-off score that can be used to indicate the likelihood that an individual has an ASD. In addition to its screening and educational applications, the SCQ can also be used to compare symptom levels across various groups – children with developmental language disorders for example, or youngsters with medical conditions typically associated with ASD.

The assessment The SCQ is available in two forms, Lifetime and Current, each comprised of 40 'yes or no' questions. The Lifetime form focuses on the child’s entire developmental history, providing a total score that is interpreted in relation to specific cut-off points and identifying those who may have autism and should be referred for a more complete evaluation, using the Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised, (ADI-R) or the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2). The Current form looks at the child’s behaviour over the past three months. It produces results that can be helpful in treatment planning, educational intervention and measurement of change over time. Both forms can be given directly to the parent or primary caregiver.

Age range

4 years and older with a minimum mental age of 2 years

Author(s)

Michael Rutter, Anthony Bailey & Catherine Lord

Administration time

Less than 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

20 Current AutoScore Forms; 20 Lifetime AutoScore Forms; Manual

Product code

5580101

Price

£181 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Social Responsiveness Scale, Second Edition (SRS-2)

Identifies the presence and severity of social impairment on the autism spectrum and differentiates it from that which occurs in other disorders. Completed in 15–20 minutes, the brevity and sensitivity of the SRS-2 make it highly useful for a variety of assessment needs. Its quantitative nature and wide age range make it ideal for measuring response to intervention over time and its reliance on the day-to-day observations of parents and teachers makes it easy to use in clinical, research, and educational settings. It clearly distinguishes the social impairment characteristic of ASD from that seen in ADHD, anxiety, and other diagnoses. The assessment The SRS-2 offers four forms, each with 65 items, and each for a specific age group: Preschool Form; School-Age Form; Adult Relative/Other Form; and Adult Self-Report Form.

The SRS-2 asks teachers, parents, and others to rate symptoms they have noticed over time. This approach uncovers a wide range of symptoms, including those that are relatively subtle. In addition to a total score reflecting severity of social deficits on the autism spectrum, the SRS-2 generates scores for five treatment subscales: 1. Social Awareness 2. Social Cognition 3. Social Communication 4. Social Motivation 5. Restricted Interests and Repetitive Behaviour In addition to the treatment subscales above, the SRS‑2 offers two new DSM-5-compatible subscales: Social Communication and Interaction, and Restricted Interests and Repetitive Behaviour.

Age range

2½ years and older

Author(s)

John N. Constantino

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 Preschool AutoScore Forms; 25 School-age AutoScore Forms; 25 Adult Relative/Other AutoScore Forms; 25 Adult Self-report AutoScore Forms

Product code

5580321

Price

£273 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


Social, emotional and behavioural (adult) Assessments for emotional processing, social functioning, eating disorders, risk of violence, and trauma symptomatology.


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Emotional Processing Scale (EPS)

Identifies emotional processing styles and potential deficits in adults. The EPS is a 25-item questionnaire designed for use by clinicians working in mental health, psychological therapy and health psychology, as well as researchers interested in the emotional life of healthy individuals and other populations. The EPS can be used to: • identify and quantify healthy and unhealthy styles of emotional processing; • assess the contribution of poor emotional processing to physical, psychosomatic and psychological disorders; • provide a non-diagnostic framework to assess patients for research or therapy; and • measure changes in emotions during therapy/ counselling.

The assessment The EPS provides the test taker with a series of 25 statements. The test taker is required to rate the extent to which each of the statements applies to the way he or she felt or acted during the last week. Typically, the test takes just 5 to 10 minutes to complete. The EPS uses five subscales of five items each to generate a total emotional processing score. The subscales are: • suppression • signs of unprocessed emotion • controllability of emotion • avoidance • emotional experience

Also available online Age range

18 years and older

Author(s)

Roger Baker, Peter Thomas, Sarah Thomas, Mariaelisa Santonastaso & Eimear Corrigan

Administration time

5 to 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; Norms Booklet; 25 Scoring Forms

Product code

5515721

Price

£163 (ex. VAT) for Paper and Pencil/online prices will vary Components available separately – see website for details


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Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale

Rates social and occupational functioning in line with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (World Health Organization). Validated in the UK under the direction of Oxfordbased consultant psychiatrist Andrew Molodynski, the Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale is designed for adults with mental health disorders of all types, and of varying degrees of disability. The Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale supports the test user in the measurement and recording of impairments of capacity for individuals who are struggling to find, secure and/ or maintain employment. The WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) was developed to provide a standardised classification of functioning and disability, but the framework provided by the ICF is complex and can be difficult to use in day-to-day clinical practice.

The Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning contains 13 domains of capacity: • adherence to regulations • planning and structuring of tasks • flexibility • competency • judgement • endurance • assertiveness • contact with others • group integration • intimate relationships • spontaneous activities • self-care • mobility

Scale

Age range

Adult

Author(s)

Michael Linden, Stefanie Baron & Beate Muschalla, Andrew Molodynski (UK adaptation)

Administration time

10 to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Reference Manual; Short Manual; 50 Forms

Product code

5513691

Price

£127 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Eating Disorder Inventory, Third Edition (EDI-3) Provides a clinical evaluation of symptomatology associated with eating disorders. The EDI-3 provides a clinical assessment of the symptoms associated with eating disorders. It is one of the most widely used self-report measures of psychological traits or constructs shown to be clinically relevant in those with eating disorders – taking into account more contemporary theories of eating disorders and the associated psychological domains. The assessment The EDI-3 consists of 91 items organised onto 12 primary scales, consisting of 3 eating-disorderspecific scales and 9 general psychological scales that are highly relevant but not specific to eating disorders. It yields six composites: one that is eating-disorder-specific (Eating Disorder Risk) and five that are general integrative psychological constructs (Ineffectiveness, Interpersonal Problems, Affective Problems, Overcontrol and General Psychological Maladjustment).

In addition to the EDI-3, the EDI-3 Symptom Checklist (EDI-3 SC) is an independent and structured self-report form. Easy to complete, it provides data regarding frequency of symptoms (i.e. binge eating, self-induced vomiting, exercise patterns, use of laxatives, diet pills and diuretics) which is necessary for determining whether patients meet the formal diagnostic criteria for an eating disorder. An abbreviated form of the EDI-3, the EDI-3 Referral Form (EDI-3 RF), includes the three scales that compose the Eating Disorder Risk Composite (Drive for Thinness, Bulimia, Body Dissatisfaction). In addition, it includes behavioural symptom questions to identify those with potential eating disorders.

Age range

13 to 53 years

Author(s)

David M. Garner

Administration time

20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual; EDI-3 Referral Form Manual; 25 Item Booklets; 25 Answer Sheets; 25 Percentile/T-Score Profile Forms; 25 Symptom Checklist; 25 Referral Forms

Product code

5516301

Price

£369 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Assessing Risk for Violence, Version 3 (HCR-20 V3)

Provides a comprehensive set of professional guidelines for the assessment and management of violence risk. Version 3 of the HCR-20 builds upon the solid foundation of Versions 1 and 2 by providing a checklist for assessing the risk for future violent behaviour in criminal and psychiatric populations. Its most common applications are within correctional, forensic and general or civil psychiatric settings, both institution- and community-based. The HCR-20 includes variables that capture relevant past, present and future considerations and should be regarded as an important first step in the risk assessment process. It embodies and exemplifies the Structured Professional Judgement (SPJ) model of violence risk assessment.

The assessment The HCR-20 contains extensive guidelines for the evaluation of the presence of 20 key violence risk factors in the test taker, and also their relevance to that particular test taker. It also contains information to help test users construct meaningful formulations of violence risk, future risk scenarios, appropriate risk management plans and informative communication of risk. The revision process for the HCR-20 V3 was thorough, with consultations within the field of violence risk assessment, and completed detailed research reviews and summaries of the 20 risk factors. The HCR-20 V3 underwent clinical betatesting across four counties and was subjected to empirical evaluations across five countries, ranging from small- to large-scale investigations of reliability and validity.

Age range

18 years and older

Author(s)

Kevin S. Douglas, Stephen D. Hart, Christopher D. Webster & Henrik Belfrage

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

User’s Guide; 50 Worksheets

Product code

5562301

Price

£197 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Conners’ Adult ADHD Rating Scales (CAARS)

Measures the presence, severity and impact of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms. When attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) stays with a person into adulthood, it often contributes to larger personal and professional difficulties. The CAARS measures the presence and severity of ADHD symptoms, allowing test users to determine whether or not ADHD is a contributing factor to the test taker’s difficulties. Suitable for clinical, research, rehabilitation and correctional settings, the CAARS quantitatively measures ADHD symptoms across clinically significant domains, while examining the manifestations of those symptoms.

The CAARS provides a multiple-informant assessment with self-report (CAARS–S) and observer ratings (CAARS–O). Both address the same behaviours and contain identical scales, subscales and indices. Long, short and screening versions are available for each. With the handscored format, raw scores and T-scores are produced for each scale, subscale and index, and are then plotted on Profile Forms. With software and online formats, Profile Reports and Interpretive Reports can be instantly generated.

The assessment The CAARS:SV includes the same 12-item ADHD Index of the long and short CAARS forms and contains the DSM-IV ADHD Symptom Subscales (18 items that relate to DSM-IV criteria for ADHD). The Screening Versions are ideal when there is insufficient time to complete the lengthier forms.

Age range

18 to 80 years

Author(s)

C. Keith Conners, Drew Erhardt & Elizabeth Sparrow

Administration time

Long versions: 30 minutes / Short versions: 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Technical Manual and 25 QuikScore™ Forms for each of CAARS-S:L, CAARSS:S, CAARS-S:SV, CAARS-O:L, CAARS-O:S and CAARS-O:SV

Product code

5501301

Price

£466 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory-2 (STAXI-2)

Measures the experience, expression and control of anger. The STAXI-2 is a self-report measure which has been developed to assess the intensity of anger as an emotional state (State Anger) and the disposition to experience angry feelings as a personality trait (Trait Anger). It considers how these two components contribute to medical conditions such as hypertension and coronary heart disease. The instrument distinguishes clearly between the experience of anger from anger expression and anger control, which is crucial to investigate the impact on mental and physical conditions.

The assessment This 57-item questionnaire includes six scales plus an Anger Expression Index (an overall measure of total anger expression). The scales are: • State Anger Scale – assesses the intensity of anger as an emotional state at a particular time. It has three subscales. • Trait Anger Scale – assesses how often angry feelings are experienced over time. It has two subscales. • Anger Expression and Anger Control scales – assess four relatively independent traits: 1. Expression of angry feelings towards other persons or objects in the environment (Anger Expression Out). 2. Holding in or suppressing angry feelings (Anger Expression-In). 3. Controlling angry feelings by preventing the expression of angry feelings. towards other persons or objects in the environment (Anger Control-Out) 4. Controlling angry feelings by calming down or cooling off (Anger Control-In).

Age range

16 years and older

Author(s)

Charles D. Spielberger

Administration time

5 to 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 Reusable Item Booklets; 50 Rating Sheets; 50 Profile Sheets

Product code

5517200

Price

£325 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Trauma Symptom Inventory-2 (TSI‑2) Evaluates acute and chronic post-traumatic symptomatology.

The TSI-2 is designed to evaluate post-traumatic stress and other psychological sequelae of traumatic events. It evaluates acute and chronic symptomatology, including the effects of sexual and physical assault, intimate partner violence, combat, torture, motor vehicle accidents, mass casualty events, medical trauma, traumatic losses and childhood abuse or neglect.

New items were introduced into the TSI-2 validity scales to assess the test taker’s tendencies to deny symptoms that are commonly endorsed, to over-endorse unusual or bizarre symptoms, or to respond in an inconsistent or random manner. The Atypical Response validity scale was redesigned to assess not only over-reporting in general, but also potential misrepresentation of PTSD.

The assessment The TSI-2 consists of 136 items and assesses posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), dissociation, and somatisation to insecure attachment styles, impaired self-capacities and dysfunctional behaviours.

There is an alternative 126-item version of the form (TSI-2-A) from which the sexual symptom items have been removed. The TSI-2 Scoring Program provides unlimited-use software scores and profiles for the TSI-2 and the TSI-2-A after responses are entered by the test user. It generates a score report and graphical profile of the test taker’s results, indicating the relative extent to which he or she is experiencing post-traumatic stress or other sequelae of traumatic events. A change score report for the TSI-2 and the TSI2-A assists clinicians in determining whether significant change has occurred over time.

Introduced in this edition are three new scales (Insecure Attachment, Somatic Preoccupations, and Suicidality) and two new subscales (Hyperarousal and Other-Directedness).

Age range

18 to 88 years

Author(s)

John Briere

Administration time

20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual; 10 TSI-2 Reusable Item Booklets; 25 TSI-2 Handscorable Answer Sheets; 25 TSI-2 Profile Forms

Product code

5524701

Price

£252 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


Social, emotional and behavioural (child & adolescent) Assessments for social/emotional development, adaptive behaviour, ADHD, strengths assessment, parenting stress, sensory processing, trauma symptomatology, and unconscious personality.


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Social-Emotional Developmental Age Level (SEDAL)

Charts social-emotional progress to support positive growth and development. The SEDAL is a behavioural assessment scale designed to establish social-emotional progress in children and adults with a developmental age ranging from 0 to 14 years. Its broad application is useful for children with intellectual disabilities, behavioural problems and/or motor disabilities, as well as for typically developing children. It is also appropriate for use with adults with intellectual disabilities or delayed development. Test results deliver crucial information that is key in supporting the test taker’s ongoing positive growth and development. The SEDAL’s 152 items establish social-emotional progress in two interrelated domains: social and emotional.

The social development domain focuses on topics that include: • initiating contact • social independence • moral development • impulse control • self-awareness, and • social assessment skills The emotional development section measures closely-connected dimensions, such as: • self-image • emotional independence • sense of reality • moral development • regulation of emotions, and • fears

Age range

0 to 14 years (developmental age)

Author(s)

Joop Hoekman, Aly Miedema, Bernard Otten & Jan Gielen

Administration time

30 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 Scoring Booklets; 1 Scoring Programme

Product code

5594061

Price

£309 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Integrative Child Temperament Inventory (ICTI)

Assesses key aspects of a child’s temperament. The ICTI is an assessment of childhood temperament. One of the key advantages of the ICTI is that it can be applied as a screening tool for children as young as 2 years of age. Identifying atrisk behavioural patterns earlier than before has the potential to make prevention more effective. The ICTI brings together the strongest points in theoretical child temperament research to date, supported by age-specific norms data, and is the first standardised and extensively-normed assessment of its kind in the UK. Most scholars agree that in approaches to prevention and intervention, early-onset intervention is essential to the prevention of behaviour disorders, in particular externalising behaviours – but most current intervention programmes only target school-age children.

When a child is being tested in the context of an individual clinical assessment, a temperament profile cannot be considered in isolation and must to be interpreted against the context in which the child is raised, as well as current and previous diagnostic status. The ICTI is intended to be completed by the child’s parents, teachers or carers and can in principle be conducted without the presence of a test administrator.

Age range

2 to 8 years

Author(s)

Marcel Zentner & Feng Wang

Administration time

5 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 20 Response Booklets; Storage Folder

Product code

5535801

Price

£150 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Third Edition (ABAS-3)

Assesses adaptive skills across the lifespan. The ABAS-3 combines all-new norms, DSM-5 compatibility and updated item content. Retaining all the features that made the second edition a preferred instrument for evaluating adaptive behaviour, the ABAS-3 is even easier to administer and score. This comprehensive behaviour rating scale measures daily living skills – what people actually do, or can do, without assistance from others. It is particularly useful for evaluating those with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, neuropsychological disorders and sensory or physical impairments. The ABAS-3 includes five rating forms, each for a specific age range and rater: • Parent/Primary Caregiver Form (0 to 5 years) • Teacher/Daycare Provider Form (2 to 5 years) • Parent Form (5 to 21 years) • Teacher Form (5 to 21 years) • Adult Form (16 to 89 years)

The assessment Within three major adaptive domains (Conceptual, Social and Practical), the ABAS-3 assesses 11 skill areas (each form assesses 9 or 10 skill areas based on age range): • communication • community use • functional academics • health and safety • home or school living • leisure • motor • self-care • self-direction • social, and • work Items focus on the practical, everyday activities that are required to function, meet environmental demands, care for oneself, and interact with others effectively and independently.

Age range

0 to 89 years

Author(s)

Patti L. Harrison & Thomas Oakland

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

See website for details

Product code

Adult: 5561711 / School: 5561721 / Infant and Preschool: 5561731

Price

Adult: £312 (ex. VAT) / School: £383 (ex. VAT) / Infant & Preschool: £380 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Conners Third Edition (Conners 3) with DSM-5 Scoring Update

Assesses ADHD and comorbid disorders. Based on the solid findings and key elements of its predecessor, the Conners’ Rating Scales – Revised (CRS‑R), the Conners 3 offers a thorough assessment of ADHD. The Conners 3 now addresses comorbid disorders such as oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder. Each parent, teacher and self-report form is available in fulllength and short versions. The Conners 3 provides a refined focus on ADHD in school-age children with a new age range (i.e. 6 to 18 years for Parent and Teacher Forms; 8 to 18 years for the Self-Report Form). It has clear applications in educational settings that help identify children with clinical symptoms, and the manual provides step-by-step guidance on how to use the tool in intervention planning and monitoring. It also has strengthened connections with DSM-5, along with a large representative US norms sample.

The assessment The Conners 3 forms include multiple components that are available in paper-and-pencil format. The rating scales are available for parents (Conners 3-P), teachers (Conners 3-T) and self-report (Conners 3-SR), along with short versions of each scale. Scales and forms: • general psychopathology • hyperactivity/impulsivity • executive functioning • learning Pproblems • aggression • peer relations • family relations • ADHD hyperactive/impulsive • ADHD inattentive • ADHD combined • oppositional defiant disorder • conduct disorder

Age range

6 to 18 years

Author(s)

C. Keith Conners

Administration time

Long Form: 20 minutes; Short Form: 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 Parent QuikScore Forms; 25 Teacher QuikScore Forms; 25 SelfReport QuikScore Forms; 25 Parent Short QuikScore Forms; 25 Teacher Short QuikScore Forms & 25 Self-Report Short QuikScore Forms; Long QuikScore Forms updated with DSM-5 Scoring

Product code

5502736

Price

£499 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Conners Early Childhood (EC)

Aids in the early identification of behavioural, social, and emotional problems. The Conners EC is an innovative psychological instrument designed to assess the concerns of parents, teachers, and childcare providers about preschool-aged children. Child psychologists, clinicians, paediatricians and child psychiatrists can rely on the Conners EC to help them identify when early intervention is required. The assessments assists in measuring whether or not the child is appropriately meeting major developmental milestones (Adaptive Skills, Communication, Motor Skills, Play and PreAcademic/Cognitive).

Professionals will benefit from the following features of the Conners EC: • the multi-informant (parent and teacher/ childcare provider) assessment allows for easy comparison across raters. • availability of Full-length, Short, Behaviour, Developmental Milestones and Global Index forms; • easy-to-use validity scales; • excellent reliability and validity; and • easy administration, scoring and results interpretation.

This tool provides information that may be useful to consider when determining whether or not a child is eligible for early intervention or special education.

Age range

2 to 6 years

Author(s)

C. Keith Conners

Administration time

25 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; Scoring Software (USB); 25 Parent Response Booklets; 25 Teacher Response Booklets

Product code

5581601

Price

£465 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA)

Provides an assessment of social-emotional competencies related to resilience in children. The DESSA is used to assess children’s protective factors and identify the social and emotional strengths and needs of the child. The results of the assessment should be used to plan for children to support their growth and development in the area of social and emotional health. The DESSA is suitable for children in mainstream education who could benefit from building their skills in these areas. Raters generally fall into two categories: 1) parents, guardians, and other adult caregivers who live with the child, and 2) teachers, afterschool staff, or other professionals who interact directly with the child on a regular basis. The assessment items take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

The assessment The DESSA contains 72 items in total, forming a Social Emotional Composite score. The subscales are: • self-awareness • social-awareness • self-management • goal-directed behaviour • relationship skills • personal responsibility • decision-making • optimistic thinking Also available: The DESSA-Mini is a screening tool which provides a brief summary of children’s current overall social-emotional competence in order to determine if additional skills development should be a priority.

Age range

5 to 14 years

Author(s)

Paul A. LeBuffe , Valerie B. Shapiro & Jack A. Naglieri

Administration time

Approximately 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; Norms Reference Card; 25 Record Forms

Product code

5585231

Price

£135 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory and SutterEyberg Student Behavior Inventory–Revised (ECBI & SESBI-R) Assesses the frequency and severity of disruptive behaviours in the home and school environments. The ECBI and the SESBI-R are comprehensive, behaviourally specific rating scales that assess the current frequency and severity of disruptive behaviours in the home and school settings, as well as the extent to which parents and/or teachers find the behaviour troublesome. Used together, the ECBI and SESBI-R provide useful information for identifying and treating disruptive behaviour in children and adolescents aged 2 to 16 years.

Both instruments consist of items that represent common behaviours in all children. The variety and frequency of these behaviours distinguish normal behaviour problems from conduct-disordered behaviour in children and adolescents. The nonage-specific nature of the items also makes them widely useable. On both the 36- item ECBI and the 38-item SESBI-R, the parent or teacher indicates how often each behaviour currently occurs (7-point Intensity scale) and whether or not the behaviour is a problem (Yes/No Problem scale). As they measure the frequency of each problem behaviour and the parent’s (or teacher’s) reaction to this, they may provide additional insights into areas of the adult–child interaction that should be addressed.

Age range

2 to 16 years

Author(s)

Sheila Eyberg

Administration time

5 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual; 50 ECBI Test Sheets; 50 SESBI-R Test Sheets

Product code

5510601

Price

£239 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Parenting Stress Index, Fourth Edition (PSI-4)

Identifies parent-child behaviour problem areas. The PSI-4 is commonly used as a screening and triage measure for evaluating a parenting system and identifying issues that may lead to problems in a child’s or parent’s behaviour. This information may be used for designing a treatment plan, setting priorities for intervention, and follow-up evaluation. Designed to evaluate the magnitude of stress in the parent–child system, the fourth edition of the popular PSI is a 120-item inventory that focuses on three major domains of stressor source: child characteristics, parent characteristics and situational/demographic life stress. The original structure has been retained but the psychometric limitation of individual items has been improved and item wording updated to tap more clearly into the target construct or behavioural pattern.

Details of validation studies conducted within a variety of populations, including Chinese, Portuguese, French Canadian, Finnish and Dutch, are included and suggest that the PSI is a robust measure that maintains its validity with diverse non-English-speaking cultures. The Defensive Responding scale is now included, which indicates whether the parent is responding in a defensive manner. The assessment Two domains, the Child Domain and the Parent Domain, combine to form the Total Stress scale. The Life Stress scale provides information about the amount of parent stress caused by factors outside the parent-child relationship. Expanded norms are organised by each year of child age. Percentiles – the primary interpretive framework for the PSI-4 – and T-scores are provided.

Age range

0 to 12 years

Author(s)

Richard R. Abidin

Administration time

20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual; 10 Item Booklets; 25 Answer Sheets; 25 Profile Forms

Product code

5522001

Price

£258 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Sensory Processing Measure (SPM)

Assesses the sensory functioning of children in home, school, and community settings. The SPM allows the test user to gain a complete picture of children's sensory functioning at home, at school and in the community. Recognising that sensory processing problems often manifest differently in different environments, this set of three integrated rating scales assesses sensory processing, praxis and social participation. Firmly grounded in sensory integration theory, the SPM provides norm-referenced standard scores for two higher level integrative functions (praxis and social participation) and five sensory systems: visual, auditory, tactile, proprioceptive and vestibular functioning.

Within each system the SPM offers descriptive clinical information on processing vulnerabilities, including under- and over-responsiveness, sensory-seeking behaviour and perceptual problems. The SPM consists of three forms. The Home Form (75 items) is completed by the child’s parent or home-based care provider. The Main Classroom Form (62 items) is filled out by the child’s primary classroom teacher. The School Environments Form (10 to 15 items per environment) is completed by other school personnel who work with and observe the child.

Age range

5 to 12 years

Author(s)

Home Form by L. Diane Parham & Cheryl Ecker. Main Classroom and School Environments Forms by Heather Miller Kuhaneck, Diana A. Henry & Tara J. Glennon

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 Home AutoScore Forms; 25 Main Classroom AutoScore Forms; School Environments Form CD

Product code

5515601

Price

£231 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children (TSCYC)

Evaluates acute and chronic post-traumatic symptomatology. The TSCYC is the first fully standardised and normed broadband trauma measure for children as young as 3 years of age. Because exposure to traumatic events (e.g. child abuse, peer assaults, community violence) is an unfortunate part of many children’s lives, psychological tests for trauma effects have become an important part of the child-focused assessment battery. Unlike most other caregiver report measures, the TSCYC contains specific scales to ascertain the validity of caretaker reports (Response Level and Atypical Response), as well as providing normreferenced data (US) on the number of waking hours the caretaker spends with the child in the average week (from less than 1 hour to over 60 hours).

The assessment The TSCYC is a 90-item caretaker-report instrument, with separate norms for males and females and for three age groups: 3 to 4 years, 5 to 9 years, and 10 to 12 years. Caregivers rate each symptom on a 4-point scale according to how often the symptom has occurred in the previous month. Eight clinical scales are included (Anxiety, Depression, Anger/Aggression, Post-traumatic Stress-Intrusion, Post-traumatic StressAvoidance, Post-traumatic Stress-Arousal, Dissociation, Sexual Concerns) as well as a Summary Post-traumatic Stress Score (Posttraumatic Stress-Total). The scales provide a detailed evaluation of post-traumatic stress, as well as information on other symptoms found in many traumatised children.

Age range

3 to 12 years

Author(s)

John Briere

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual; 25 Item Booklets; 25 Hand-scorable Answer Sheets; 25 Profile Forms;Male & Female, 3 to 4 Years; 25 Profile Forms, Male & Female, 5 to 9 Years; 25 Profile Forms, Male & Female, 10 to 12 Years

Product code

5514501

Price

£319 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC)

Evaluates acute and chronic post-traumatic symptomatology. The TSCC is a self-report measure of posttraumatic distress and related psychological symptomatology in children aged 8 to 16 years. It is useful in the evaluation of children who have experienced traumatic events, including physical and sexual assault, victimisation by peers, major losses, the witnessing of violence done to others and natural disasters. The instrument is suitable for individual and group administration.

The assessment The TSCC contains two Validity scales (Underresponse and Hyper-response), six Clinical scales (Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Post-traumatic Stress, Dissociation, Sexual Concerns) and eight Critical items (Potential Self Injury, Suicidal Tendency, Desire to Harm Others, Expectations of Sexual Maltreatment, Involvement in Fights, Fears of Men, Fears of Women, Fears of Being Killed). The TSCC is available in two versions: the full 54item test that includes 10 items tapping sexual symptoms and preoccupation, and a 44-item alternative version (TSCC-A) that makes no reference to sexual issues. In the interest of more complete evaluation, the full TSCC is recommended over the TSCC-A unless there are factors that preclude its use.

Age range

8 to 16 years

Author(s)

John Briere

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual; 25 Test Booklets; 25 Male Profile Forms; 25 Female Profile Forms

Product code

5514301

Price

£242 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Scenotest

Provides a practical technique for understanding unconscious problems and personality structure in children. The Scenotest has been widely used in Europe for over 50 years to help the speedy assessment of emotional problems in children. It is a projective instrument used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes to gain insight into matters that the child may consciously be withholding, or may not be able to express, due to emotional or physical abuse or for other complex reasons. The Scenotest is an asset to the test toolkit of psychologists and psychiatrists concerned with the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents in forensic medicine, therapy and the school system.

The assessment The standardised material of this test procedure is composed of flexible human figures, bendable in all joints, and a carefully chosen set of accessories: animals, trees, symbolic figures and items from everyday life. The Scenotest stimulates the natural desire to play and reveals unconscious thoughts in a non-stressful way. The many figures and other stimuli offer children the opportunity to relive their own experiences.

Age range

3 years and older

Author(s)

G. Von Staabs

Administration time

Up to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Carrying Case with Test Equipment (Manual not included and available separately)

Product code

5560901

Price

£1,575 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


Neuropsychology and executive functioning


Neuropsychology and executive functioning Assessments for brain injury, dementia, attention, executive function, articulation and phonology, memory, mental states, learning, visual association, and digital modality.


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Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (SPANS) Provides a short battery of cognitive tasks for the assessment of acquired brain injury and other neurological disorders, including dementia, and adult mental health disorders. The SPANS is a UK-normed battery of neuropsychological tests for the assessment of acquired brain injury and other neurological disorders. Designed and written by a practising clinical psychologist seeking ease in administration and scoring, testing takes just 30 to 45 minutes and includes extensive interpretation guidelines for patients in several age groups. Assessments can easily be administered in outpatient clinics or at the bedside. Clinicians are able to pause as needed, with seven natural stopping points included throughout. Coming in 2020: A 'new look' SPANS with extended norms – a norm for each age up to 90 – a useful development for older adult services and memory clinics around the UK

The assessment Comprising a series of 30 cognitive, perceptual and language tasks, the SPANS offers within-test flexibility and reliable results in seven crucial areas. Parallel tests (A and B) guarantee reliable retesting with minimal impact on accuracy.

“The tool is very quick and simple to administer... Patients seemed engaged and to enjoy the tests... As an administrator, the instructions were very clear, easy to follow and flowed nicely from one subtest to the next.” Neuropsychology Department, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge

Age range

18 to 74 years (up to 90 coming soon)

Author(s)

Gerald Burgess

Administration time

30 to 45 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Carry Case; Manual; Stimulus Book A; Stimulus Book B; Scoring Booklets A and B (25 of each); Clipboard; SPANS Stopwatch; LNC Scoring Card

Product code

5535811

Price

£350 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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d2 Test of Attention – Revised (d2-R)

Assesses selective attention and concentration. In its newest iteration, the d2-R has become one of the most widely-used measures of attention – particularly visual attention – throughout Europe. It is used not only in clinical and educational settings but also in the pharmaceutical and transport sectors, and finds further application in areas such as sports psychology. The assessment The online version of the d2-R consists of 14 screens of 60 symbols (in six rows of 10). Each symbol consists of a ‘d’ or ‘p’ marked with one, two, three or four small dashes. The test taker must scan the lines and cross out all occurrences of the letter ‘d’ with two dashes while ignoring all other symbols.

Paper & pencil option available

The d2-R measures a variety of facets, including: • concentration • attention • sustained attention • mental speed • processing speed • working speed • perceptual speed, and • general performance capacity The latest edition of the d2-R includes the following enhancements: • an additional practice phase to enhance test taker understanding; • the removal of ceiling effects by extending the length of the test lines; and • UK norms (n = 606) and European norms (n = 2100, incorporating data from the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the UK).

Age range

9 to 60 years

Author(s)

R. Brickenkamp, L. Schmidt-Atzert & D. Liepmann

Administration time

10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2/Test User Occupational Ability (TUOA)

Kit contents

Online options include Test Usage; Standard Report

Price

Pricing varies, please contact us for options Components available separately – see website for details


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Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Second Edition (BRIEF-2) Assesses impairment of executive function in children and adolescents. The BRIEF-2 is an enhanced rating scale of executive function that continues to be as efficient, comprehensive and consistent with current models of executive function as its predecessor – and now includes a quick screener and enhanced features. Parent, Teacher and Self-Report Forms are now discussed in one manual and have increased parallel structure. This content overlap, combined with the presentation of rater discrepancy base rates, makes examining multiple rater perspectives easier. It also contains more concise scales, which reduces the burden on the parent, teacher and adolescent respondents, as well as 12-item Parent, Teacher and Self-Report (ages 11 to 18 years) Screening Forms for quick screening. Also available online

Other benefits of the BRIEF-2 are as follows: • the improved empirical scale structure now features separate Task-Monitor and SelfMonitor Scales; • the Infrequency Scale helps to identify unusual responding; • no new items have been added to the clinical scales, allowing for consistency of data collection between the BRIEF and the BRIEF-2; • an improved internal structure, with scales supported by factor analysis and three indexes consistent with widely-accepted theory: Behaviour Regulation, Emotion Regulation and Cognitive Regulation; • clinical data provide support for evidencebased assessment and interpretation of clinical profiles; and • reliable change statistics make it easy to measure the significance of change in scores over time.

Age range

5 to 18 years

Author(s)

Gerard A. Gioia, Peter K. Isquith, Steven C. Guy & Lauren Kenworthy

Administration time

10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual with Fast Guide;25 Parent Forms; 25 Teacher Forms; 25 Self-Report Forms; 25 Parent Scoring Summary/Profile Forms; 25 Teacher Scoring Summary/Profile Forms; 25 Self-Report Scoring Summary/Profile Forms

Product code

5512111

Price

£399 (ex. VAT) for Paper and Pencil/online prices will vary Components available separately – see website for details


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Arizona Articulation and Phonology Scale, Fourth Revision (Arizona-4)

Provides a quick, reliable, well-standardised measure of articulation and phonology to help clinicians identify individuals in need of speech sound services. The Arizona-4 measures speech intelligibility, articulatory impairment, and phonological impairment in one quick, easy to use assessment. The fourth revision of this widely used assessment retains the strengths of its predecessors and adds features that enhance its effectiveness in identifying individuals who have speech sound disorders. New norms, refined measurement properties, and the addition of connectedspeech and phonology tests help clinicians identify individuals who may benefit from speech sound services. Supplemental qualitative tasks facilitate deeper interpretation of the scores and help clinicians develop treatment plans that are targeted to the individual’s needs.

The Arizona-4 can be used by speech and language professionals in a variety of settings, including schools, clinics, hospitals, private practices, and intervention programmes. Its applications include: • understanding and describing an individual’s level of articulatory ability and overall speech intelligibility; • facilitating early identification of speech-sound development concerns and determining whether an individual may benefit from treatment services; and • identifying and prioritising speech targets for individualised intervention through analysis of the test taker’s specific articulatory/ phonological deficits and relative strengths.

Age range

18 months to 21 years

Author(s)

Janet B. Fudala & Sheri Stegall

Administration time

5 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 Word and Sentence Articulation Record Forms; 25 Phonology Coding Forms; Print Easel

Product code

5581501

Price

£299 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Child and Adolescent Memory Profile (ChAMP)

Assesses visual and verbal memory in children, adolescents, and young adults. The ChAMP is a norm-referenced test of memory that allows both in-depth memory evaluation and memory screening. Brief and easy to administer yet comprehensive, it covers core verbal and visual memory domains using only a few subtests. Based on the latest neuroscience research on human memory, the ChAMP uses common, reallife scenarios and colourful, developmentallyappropriate stimuli that are engaging and relevant to children and young people. The full assessment takes 30 to 40 minutes to administer and is suitable to use with those aged 5 to 21 years. Because it has simple response requirements, the ChAMP can be used with those who have motor impairments. In addition, verbal subtests can be administered to individuals with visual impairments, and visual subtests can be given to individuals with hearing impairments.

The assessment The ChAMP includes two verbal memory and two visual memory subtests, which combine to yield an overall score: the Total Memory Index. Additional index scores reflect performance in visual and verbal memory and immediate and delayed memory. The Screening Index, comprising one verbal and one visual subtest, is useful for brief memory screening and takes about 10 minutes. The ChAMP allows for in-depth analysis and progress monitoring through discrepancy score analysis and reliable change scores; a base rate analysis of low scores and a strengths and weaknesses analysis are also available. Intervention recommendations for both home and school are provided.

Age range

5 to 21 years

Author(s)

Elisabeth M. S. Sherman & Brian L. Brooks

Administration time

30 to 40 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 25 Record Forms; Stimulus Book

Product code

5561611

Price

£454 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Mini-Mental State Examination, Second Edition (MMSE-2)

Screens for cognitive impairment in adults. The MMSE-2 is one of the most commonly used instruments for screening cognitive function. It indicates the presence of cognitive impairment, such as in a person with suspected dementia or following a head injury, and is more sensitive in detecting cognitive impairment than the use of informal questioning or overall impression of a patient’s orientation. The MMSE-2 can be used with those who have milder forms of cognitive impairment, including subcortical dementia, and retains the clinical utility and efficiency of the original MMSE. The assessment MMSE-2 demonstrates high equivalency with the original MMSE. It is therefore possible to switch from the original MMSE to the MMSE-2 without compromising longitudinal data and without any change to the normal range of scores.

Also available are the MMSE-2: Brief Version (MMSE-2 BV), designed for rapid assessment in a variety of settings, and the MMSE-2: Expanded Version (MMSE-2: EV), a slightly longer version which is more sensitive to subcortical dementia and to changes associated with ageing; it is sufficiently difficult that it does not have a ceiling effect. Equivalent, alternative forms (Blue and Red) of each MMSE‑2 version have been developed to decrease the possibility of practice effects that can occur over serial examinations. The Pocket Norms Guide has been updated to include norms for all three versions of the MMSE-2 by age and education level and includes reliable change scores to facilitate serial testing with any of the MMSE-2 versions.

Age range

18 years and older

Author(s)

Marshal F. Folstein & Susan E. Folstein, input on the Manual from Travis White & Melissa A. Messer

Administration time

MMSE-2:BV: 5 minutes / MMSE-2:SV: 10 to 15 minutes / MMSE-2:EV: 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

User’s Manual; 25 MMSE-2:SV Blue Forms; 25 MMSE-2:SV Red Forms; 10 MMSE-2:BV Blue Forms; 10 MMSE-2:BV Red Forms; Pocket Norms Guide

Product code

5514111

Price

£158 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB) Assesses a wide range of cognitive skills and functions. The complete NAB is a comprehensive, modular battery of 33 neuropsychological tests developed to assess a wide array of cognitive skills and functions in adults (aged 18 to 97 years) with known or suspected disorders of the central nervous system. The NAB was developed to provide a common set of core tests that serves as a comprehensive standard reference base suitable for most routine clinical applications that can be completed in less than 4 hours. The assessment The NAB consists of a Screening Module and five domain-specific modules: Attention, Language, Memory, Spatial and Executive Functions. Each of the six NAB modules is self-contained and may be administered independently of the other modules. The NAB may be purchased by individual module kits or packaged as a complete kit, thus allowing

the clinician increased flexibility to focus on specific areas of concern. Additionally, each NAB module has two equivalent parallel forms (Form 1 and Form 2) that were created and normed simultaneously with identical task/content specifications and development methodology. Equivalent forms of the NAB were developed to facilitate re­-evaluation while simultaneously avoiding practice effects that often limit interpretation of other test forms with no adequate equivalent forms. The two forms have excellent equivalent-form reliability, as well as good temporal stability for a six-month test-retest interval. On this page we list just one kit and one pack of record forms per module, however all components of the full spectrum of the NAB are available. Please contact orders@hogrefe.co.uk to enquire about any components not listed on this page.

Age range

18 to 97 years

Author(s)

Robert A. Stern & Travis White

Administration time

Complete battery can be administered in less than 4 hours and each module is timed differently

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

33 Tests; Administration, Scoring, Interpretation Manual; Psychometric and Technical Manual; Demographically Corrected Norms Manual; US CensusMatched Norms Manual; 50 Score Summary/Profile Forms; 2 Sets of Manipulatives; Attaché Case; Software Portfolio with Installation Guide

Product code

5514201

Price

£2,316 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Oral Passage Understanding Scale (OPUS)

A measure of auditory comprehension that evaluates a person's ability to listen to passages read aloud and recall information about them. The OPUS is designed to assess the comprehension of spoken language in a natural context, a skill that is fundamental to classroom learning. It evaluates the ability to integrate and apply knowledge in three structural categories of language: • lexical/semantic (knowledge and use of words and word combinations) • syntactic (knowledge and use of grammar) • supralinguistic (knowledge and use of language in which meaning is not directly available from the surface lexical and syntactic information).

Measuring higher-level comprehension skills, including inference and prediction, yields more detailed information beyond simply whether the individual can comprehend or not. These skills require deeper processing abilities and thus differentiate typically developing individuals from those with language and learning delays or disorders. The OPUS also measures memory skills, which are integral to listening comprehension. The OPUS can be used on its own anytime the test user needs to measure how well an individual understands orally presented information. It provides important evidence for everyone involved in treatment, so as to help children and young adults reach their potential at school, at home, at work, and in the community.

Age range

5 to 21 years

Author(s)

Elizabeth Carrow-Woolfolk & Amber M. Klein

Administration time

10 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 10 Record Forms

Product code

5560101

Price

£305 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Rey Complex Figure Test and Recognition Trial (RCFT)

Measures visuospatial ability and visuospatial memory. The RCFT differentiates mildly brain-injured patients from normal patients, and braindamaged patients who have documented memory impairment but are able to live independently from those who are not. It is also able to distinguish deficient performance due to motor impairment rather than memory impairment. The RCFT captures five domains neuropsychological functioning: • visuospatial recall memory • visuospatial recognition memory • response bias • processing speed • visuospatial constructional ability

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The assessment The Recognition trial measures recognition memory for elements of the Rey complex figure and assesses the test taker’s ability to use cues to retrieve information. The 8.5" x 11" Stimulus Card contains a computerrendered replica of the original Rey complex figure. Prior to this publication, Rey’s original figure had not been available commercially. The RCFT includes a Copy trial, a 3-minute Immediate Recall trial, a 30-minute Delayed Recall trial and the Recognition trial. Studies show that the Recognition trial provides incremental diagnostic power compared with using recall trials alone. This measure standardises the complex figure testing materials and procedures, and evaluates the relative contributions of encoding, storage and retrieval processes to memory performance.

Age range

6 to 89 years

Author(s)

John E. Meyers & Kelly R. Meyers

Administration time

Approximately 45 minutes (including a 30-minute delay interval)

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual; Manual Supplement; 50 Test Booklets; Stimulus Card

Product code

5516401

Price

£369 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT)

Provides a quick screening for organic cerebral dysfunction. The SDMT detects cognitive impairment in less than 5 minutes. This test is an ideal way for clinicians to screen for organic cerebral dysfunction in both children (8 years and older) and adults. The SDMT is brief, easy to administer, and has demonstrated significant sensitivity in detecting not only the presence of brain damage but also changes in cognitive functioning over time and in response to treatment. The assessment The SDMT involves a simple substitution task that healthy children and adults can easily perform. Using a reference key, the test taker has 90 seconds to pair specific numbers with given geometric figures. Responses can be written or given orally, meaning that the SDMT can be used with almost anyone, including those with motor disabilities or speech disorders. Individuals with cerebral dysfunction perform poorly on the SDMT in spite of normal or above average intelligence.

Studies documented in the SDMT Manual have shown the test to be effective in a wide range of clinical applications, including: • differentiation of brain-damaged from psychotic patients; • differentiation of organics from depressives; • early detection of senile dementia and Huntington’s disease; • differential diagnosis of children with learning disorders; • early identification of children likely to have reading problems; • assessment of change in cognitive functioning over time and/or with therapy in individuals with traumatic, vascular, neoplastic and other brain insults; and • assessment of recovery from closed-head injury. The SDMT is relatively culture-free as it only involves geometric figures and numbers, and can therefore be administered to non-English speakers.

Age range

8 years and older

Author(s)

Aaron Smith

Administration time

Less than 5 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Manual; 25 SDMT AutoScore Test Forms

Product code

5514721

Price

£142 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Test of Memory and Learning, Second Edition (TOMAL-2)

Assesses memory functioning in children, adolescents, and adults. The TOMAL-2 is a memory battery used for evaluating general and specific memory function for children, adolescents and adults aged 5 years to 59 years and 11 months. This updated version features an expanded age range along with shorter administration times and easier scoring. With eight core subtests, six supplementary subtests, and two delayed recall tasks, the TOMAL-2 can be efficiently used to evaluate individuals with learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, neurological diseases, serious emotional disturbance, and attentiondeficit disorder (ADD).

The TOMAL-2 takes 30 to 60 minutes to administer. The core and supplemental tests include a picture book, a facial memory picture book, chips, a visual selective reminding test board, and a set of delayed recall cue cards. Administration booklets and record forms are used to record responses and score the TOMAL-2. Scales and forms include: • verbal memory • nonverbal memory • delayed recall • composite memory • sequential memory • free recall • associate recall • attention and concentration • learning

Age range

5 years to 59 years and 11 months

Author(s)

Cecil R. Reynolds & Judith K. Voress

Administration time

Core battery: 30 minutes; Core plus Supplementary: 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Examiner’s Manual; Picture Book A; Picture Book B; 25 Profile/Summary Forms; 25 Examiner Record Booklets; Set of Delayed Recall Cue Cards; Visual Selective Reminding Test Board; 15 Facial Memory Chips

Product code

5514841

Price

£419 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Visual Association Test (VAT) Used to detect anterograde amnesia and certain brain disorders it is connected with.

Anterograde amnesia is the core feature of an amnesic syndrome, consisting of a severe disability to register – since its onset – new experiences. The main conditions leading to anterograde amnesia are the following: • Alzheimer’s disease • Korsakoff’s syndrome • infarction in the region of the posterior cerebral artery • post-traumatic amnesia Application of the VAT is chiefly feasible when serious forgetfulness has been noted by the test taker – or by persons in the test taker’s environment – especially when it pertains to recent events.

The test consists of two picture booklets: association cards and cue cards. The cue cards depict only one object, while the association cards show a combination of the cue and another object: the target object. In Forms A–D the cue cards are shown first, and subsequently the association cards. When the cue cards are shown again, the number of correctly reproduced target objects are noted on the scoring form. Internal consistency and test-retest reliability are high. Validity research shows that the VAT can discriminate between patients with Alzheimer’s dementia, other kinds of dementia, and no dementia.

The assessment The VAT contains six variants: Short Forms A, B, C, and D (6 items each), and two Long Forms (12 items each: combinations of Short Forms A & B and Forms C & D). The four Short Form variants can be used as parallel tests.

Age range

Short Forms: 65 to 85 years / Long Forms: 16 to 62 years

Author(s)

Jaap Lindeboom, Ben Schmand, Sascha Meyer & Jos de Jonghe

Administration time

Short Form: 10 to 15 minutes / Long Form: 20 to 25 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Kit Box; Manual; Picture Booklet A+B; Picture Booklet C+D; 50 Scoring Forms A+B; 50 Scoring Forms C+D

Product code

5594071

Price

£300 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST)

Assesses perseveration and abstract reasoning. The WCST is used primarily to assess perseveration and abstract thinking, and has increased in popularity as a neuropsychological instrument. It has been considered as a measure of executive function because of its sensitivity to frontal lobe dysfunction. As such, the WCST allows the test user to assess the following frontal lobe functions: strategic planning, organised searching, utilising environmental feedback to shift cognitive sets, directing behaviour towards achieving a goal and modulating impulsive responding.

The assessment The WCST provides objective scores not only of overall success, but also for specific sources of difficulty on the task (e.g. inefficient initial conceptualisation, perseveration, failure to maintain a cognitive set, inefficient learning across stages of the test). Four Stimulus Cards incorporate three stimulus parameters (colour, form and number). Respondents are required to sort numbered Response Cards according to different principles and to alter their approach during test administration. These Response Cards are numbered from 1 to 64 on the lower left corner of the reverse side to ensure a standard order of presentation.

Age range

6 years and 5 months to 89 years

Author(s)

David A. Grant & Esta A. Berg

Administration time

20 to 30 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Revised and Expanded Manual; 2 Decks of Cards; 50 Record Booklets

Product code

5516201

Price

£394 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


Personality Measures of the Big Five personality, projective tests, and assessments for personality disorders.


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NEO Personality Inventory 3 (NEO-PI-3) UK Edition

Measures the five major domains of personality, as well as the six traits or facets that define each domain. The NEO Personality Inventory is based on the Five-Factor Model (FFM) of personality, measuring the ‘Big Five’ personality domains and the six most salient specific attributes (facets) arising from each. The FFM derives from decades of research on the structure of personality and has been consistently replicated across cultures. It is now widely recognised as the predominant personality taxonomy. The NEO was the first psychometric instrument designed to measure the FFM and remains the most comprehensive. Across editions, the NEO has demonstrated utility in occupational, clinical and research settings.

Available online

Personality inventories have long played an important role in counselling and psychotherapy. Both research and clinical experience have supported this view, and various publications have spelled out ways in which the NEO might be used in counselling, clinical psychology and the diagnosis of personality disorders. Indeed, in counselling settings it might be argued that the NEO is more appropriate than measures of psychopathology – its results can give a counsellor a rapid understanding of a client’s enduring dispositions. The NEO-PI-3 questionnaires and reports can be made available online or in paper and pencil formats, offering flexibility in administration for test users and test takers. The NEO-PI-3 Manual offers some guidance to counselling and clinical psychologists seeking to use the personality inventory in assessment.

Age range

18 years and older

Author(s)

P. T. Costa & R. McCrae. UK adaptation: W. Lord

Administration time

30 to 35 minutes

Qualification

Test User Occupational Personality (TUOP)/NEO-specific

Kit contents

Options for NEO-PI-3 include both online and paper and pencil administration; contact our experts for guidance

Product code

5504921

Price

£305 (ex. VAT) for Paper and Pencil/online prices will vary Components available separately – see website for details


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Rorschach Test

Helps to assess personality structure and identify emotional problems and mental disorders. The Rorschach Test is a projective test using bilaterally symmetrical inkblots in which the test taker’s perceptions of the images are recorded and analysed. The test is particularly powerful in its ability to capture the uniqueness of the test taker’s personality functioning as well as having the added benefit of being able to make nomothetic comparisons. The results allow the test user to gain a deeper understanding of the test taker’s coping resources, cognitive style, self-image, emotional and interpersonal strengths and weaknesses, and potential treatment issues.

The test itself, as well as its accompanying manual, is very well known worldwide, and some experts estimate that in the field of psychology no other single creation has been the subject of a greater number of scientific papers. It is also likely that no other psychological test has been administered to more millions of people throughout the world. Psychologists and psychiatrists working in various professions – including clinical, educational, forensic and even occupational settings – may find that the Rorschach can inform and enrich their practice. The plates sold by Hogrefe Group companies are the only Rorschach Test plates authorised by the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods (ISR) for use in Rorschach diagnostics. They are produced exclusively by Hogrefe AG, Switzerland (formerly Verlag Hans Huber).

Age range

5 to 70 years

Author(s)

Hermann Rorschach

Administration time

Approximately 30 minutes

Qualification

Level 3

Kit contents

Manual; Plates with 10 Picture Cards; Recording Blanks; Rorschach Location Charts

Product code

5595064

Price

£222 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE) Provides definite, probable, or negative diagnosis for each personality disorder. The IPDE provides a uniform approach to identifying and assessing personality disorders for both the DSM-IV and the ICD-10 classification systems. The interview is the most widely used of its kind and is the only personality disorder interview based on worldwide field trials.

The test taker responds with either True or False to each item and can complete the questionnaire in less than 15 minutes. Having scored the questionnaire and identified those whose scores suggest the presence of a personality disorder, the IPDE clinical interview is then administered.

The IPDE consists of a Screening Questionnaire – the use of which determines the need for the Clinical Interview – and the Interview itself. These interview questions are arranged in sections (e.g. background information, work, self, interpersonal relationships) and written to offer a balance between a spontaneous, natural clinical interview and the requirements of standardisation and objectivity.

For each IPDE Interview question, the corresponding personality disorder and the specific diagnostic criteria are identified with precise scoring guidelines. At least one criterion must have been present prior to age 25 years before that particular personality disorder can be diagnosed. The test user records the scores for each response on the appropriate IPDE Answer Sheet. After the interview, the test user transcribes the scores from the IPDE Answer Sheet to the appropriate Scoring Booklet. The results from the IPDE Interview allow the test user to assign a definite, probable or negative diagnosis for each personality disorder.

The assessment The IPDE Manual contains interview questions to assess either the 11 DSM-IV or the 10 ICD-10 personality disorders.

Age range

18 to 70 years

Author(s)

Armand W. Loranger

Administration time

Interview: 60 to 120 minutes; IPDE Screening Questionnaire: up to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

(DSM-IV/ICD-10 kits available): Manual; 25 Screening Questionnaires; 15 Scoring Booklets; 50 Answer Sheets

Product code

DSM-IV Module Kit: 5510801 / ICD-10 Module Kit: 5510811

Price

DSM-IV Module Kit: £269 (ex. VAT) / ICD-10 Module Kit: £269 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) Provides an objective assessment of adult psychopathology.

The PAI assesses psychopathological syndromes, providing information relevant for clinical diagnosis, treatment planning and screening for psychopathology. The 344 PAI items constitute 22 non-overlapping scales covering the constructs most relevant to a broad-based assessment of mental disorders.

The PAI Treatment scales provide indicators of potential complications in treatment that would not necessarily be apparent from diagnostic information. These include indicators of potential for harm to self or others, measures of the test taker’s environmental circumstances and the test taker’s motivation to undertake treatment.

The assessment The PAI 22 scales are: 4 Validity scales; 11 Clinical scales; 5 Treatment scales and 2 Interpersonal scales. To help in interpretation, and to cover the full range of complex clinical constructs, 10 scales contain conceptually derived subscales.

The Interpersonal scales provide an assessment of the test taker’s interpersonal style along two dimensions: a warmly affiliative versus a cold rejecting style, and a dominating/controlling versus a meekly submissive style. These axes provide a useful way of conceptualising many different mental disorders.

The PAI Clinical scales provide information about the critical diagnostic features of 11 important clinical constructs. These scales may be divided into three broad classes of disorder: those within the neurotic spectrum; those within the psychotic spectrum; and those associated with behaviour disorder or impulse control problems.

Age range

18 to 89 years

Author(s)

Leslie C. Morey

Administration time

50 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Kit contents

Professional Manual (2nd Edition); 2 Reusable Item Booklets; 2 Administration Folios; 25 Form HS (Hand-scorable) Answer Sheets; 25 Profile Forms Adults – Revised; 25 Critical Items Forms – Revised

Product code

5515101

Price

£369 (ex. VAT) Components available separately – see website for details


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Training courses Our popular suite of Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2) courses help both experienced practitioners and those new to the measure to become more comfortable with theory, administration and coding. Introduction to ADOS-2 Duration: 2 days Suitable for: New ADOS-2 users and professionals previously trained in ADOS who require more indepth training. Not suitable for those intending to use ADOS‑2 for research purposes or requiring training in the new Toddler Module.

ADOS-2 Administration and Coding Course Duration: Varies by course Suitable for: New ADOS-2 users. This course provides comprehensive training on all five modules and the revised ADOS-2 scoring system. On completion of the course, together with associated pre- and post-course assignments, delegates will be equipped to administer and code ADOS-2 at the level of Research Reliability for all five modules (some courses provide Clinical Reliability only, please check course details before booking).


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ADOS-2 Update Duration: 1 day Suitable for: Existing ADOS users who have been trained in the use of ADOS. The course covers the Toddler Module and the coding and algorithm aspects of ADOS Modules 1–4, as introduced in ADOS-2. Please note that delegates must have previous training in ADOS as this course will not accredit Research or Clinical Reliability.

ADOS-2 Reliability Meeting Duration: 1 day Suitable for: ADOS-2 trained professionals. This workshop allows delegates to hone their administration and coding skills, discuss their cases, and access group supervision related to the use of ADOS-2 – all facilitated by a highly experienced ADOS-2 trainer. Newly-trained users have the opportunity to improve their reliability rates and experienced users can ensure their reliability rates are in line with international calibration.

Beyond our popular ADOS-2 training courses, we offer a growing assortment of training to help professionals build the competence and confidence they need to use our most popular assessments. Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) Administration and Coding Course Duration: 3 days Suitable for: New ADI-R users. This course offers thorough and comprehensive training in all aspects of the ADI-R. On completion of the course together with associated pre- and postcourse assignments, delegates will be equipped to administer and code the ADI-R to the level of Clinical Reliability. Training in the Early Sociocognitive Battery (ESB) Duration: 1 day Training through City, University of London is recommended for the ESB, providing attendees with the skills required to reliably administer, score and interpret test results. The course includes background information and the evidence base, use of videos, plus training and practice in scoring and results interpretation. Training takes place in London and Oxford – visit our website for dates.

Training in the Griffiths Scales of Child Development (Griffiths III) There are a variety of training opportunities for Griffiths III, catering for all levels of experience. All courses are listed on and booked through the ARICD website (aricd.ac.uk) and ARICD can be contacted at courses@aricd.ac.uk. • Training for new users of Griffiths III New user training is in two stages. First, there is an e-module to complete, which is then followed by a 3-day face-to-face training course. • Training for users of the previous editions To become a registered user of the Griffiths III, trained users of the previous Griffiths Scales need only undergo a conversion course via an online e-learning package. The course takes roughly 3 to 6 hours to complete – please email courses@aricd.ac.uk to request access. There is also a face-to-face training course option for conversion training. Those attending a face-toface conversion course must still complete the e-learning.


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Also from Hogrefe: personality, leadership and ability tests and training for selection and development Looking to select or develop employees? Discover Hogrefe’s full range of reliable, scientifically-developed occupational measures online at hogrefe.co.uk. Aptitude and ability Personality in the workplace NEO Personality Inventory 3 (NEO-PI-3) UK Edition: The ‘gold standard’ assessment of the Five Factor Model of personality. Unlike traditional workplace measures, the NEO-PI-3 provides the most comprehensive approach to measuring temperament and behavioural style in the workplace. Used for employee selection, talent development, teambuilding and coaching. Business-focused Inventory of Personality (BIP): The BIP and its shorter version, the BIP-6F, combine an assessment of both work style and work motivation – for a personality assessment that very much focuses on the workplace.

Leadership The Dark Triad of Personality at Work (TOP) The TOP is designed to measure the three 'dark' personality traits, exclusively in an occupational context. From a practitioner perspective, it is vital to be able to pinpoint these most critical derailers, which can negatively impact performance in leaders, causing serious personal and organisational implications when left unchecked. Leadership Judgement Indicator (LJI) Suite: A comprehensive toolbox for the assessment and development of leadership judgement styles. The ‘suite’ comprises four complementary tools, including the situational judgement scenarios of the LJI-2 Standard, Global and Sales editions, and the dynamic Leadership Judgement Assessor (LJA).

Power and Performance Measures, Revised (PPM-R): The PPM-R is a battery of seven short, psychometrically robust tests developed for occupational use with directors, managers, supervisors, professionals and graduates. The Power tests evaluate aptitude or potenital and comprise Verbal, Numerical and Perceptual Reasoning. The Performance tests measure a person's ability, or what they are currently able to do, and comprise Spatial Ability, Verbal Comprehension, Numerical Computation and Mechanical Understanding. Fleixble in design, the PPM-R can be administered individually to measure specific ability or aptitude, or grouped together to support the requirements of specific selection and development processes.

Occupational assessment user training Hogrefe’s training programmes are delivered by a team of qualified occupational psychologists, making us one of the UK’s leading independent providers of psychometric test training. We deliver both in-house and public test practitioner courses, including our popular British Psychological Society-verified Test User Occupational, Ability and Personality course featuring use of NEO-PI-3 and PPM-R.


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Collaboration in research Hogrefe is committed to continual exploration and learning in the fields of psychometrics, psychology, education and psychiatry. We actively encourage the use of Hogrefe tests for research purposes and are keen to hear from any interested academic, researcher or professional user undertaking such studies. To request permission to use one or more Hogrefe tests in your research study, please complete the form at hogrefe.co.uk/service/for-researchers with the relevant details and test materials that would be used. We strive to offer researchers a generous discount, granted on a case-by-case basis.

Please note that all Hogrefe tests are protected by copyright. It is illegal to photocopy, reproduce or transmit them in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, recording or duplication, on any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Please further note that psychometric products require a level of formal training and/or qualification for correct, ethical and reliable administration and interpretation. The necessary qualification levels are clearly specified on the Hogrefe web page for each product, as well as within this catalogue. For more on qualification levels, please see page 3.


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Publish with Hogrefe Hogrefe publishes a variety of clinical, educational and occupational psychometric tools. As an international company, many of our measures are translated into different languages and used across the world. If you have developed a psychometric measure that could add depth to our existing portfolio and you are interested in publishing with us, we invite you to submit a proposal following the instructions below. Submitting a proposal The first step towards publication is to submit a proposal. This should contain as much information as possible about the measure, including its: • purpose • items and other components • development process • norm groups (age ranges, populations, other demographics) • reliability and validity • areas of application (age ranges and populations) • qualification or training requirements • competitor products and market need • status (has data been collected, is the manual manuscript complete, has the measure been submitted elsewhere?), and • author details and biography (including all research publications)

Please also refer to: hogrefe.co.uk/service/forauthors, where you will find information on our publication process and policies, and expected submission style and standards.


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Product index Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) Comprehensive Form

19

Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) Standard Form

18

Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Third Edition (ABAS-3) Adaptive Intelligence Diagnosticum, Third Edition (AID 3)

Denver II Developmental Screening Test (Denver II)

12

Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA)

53

Early Sociocognitive Battery (ESB)

28

50

Eating Disorder Inventory, Third Edition (EDI-3) 42

15

Emotional Processing Scale (EPS)

Arizona Articulation and Phonology Scale, Fourth Revision (Arizona-4) 65

40

Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory and Sutter-Eyberg Student Behavior Inventory–Revised (ECBI & SESBI-R) 54 Feifer Assessment of Mathematics (FAM)

22

Feifer Assessment of Reading (FAR)

23

Griffiths Scales of Child Development, Third Edition (Griffiths III)

10

Integrative Child Temperament Inventory (ICTI)

49

Assessing Risk for Violence, Version 3 (HCR-20 V3) 43 Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R)

34

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2) 30 Autism Spectrum Rating Scales™ (ASRS™) with DSM-5 Scoring Update

35

Intelligence and Development Scales, 2nd Edition (IDS-2)

8

Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Second Edition (BRIEF-2)

64

International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE) 78

Cattell’s Fluid Intelligence Test, Scale 2 (CFT 20-R)

14

Monteiro Interview Guidelines for Diagnosing the Autism Spectrum, Second Edition (MIGDAS-2)

36

Child and Adolescent Memory Profile (ChAMP)

66 Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale

41

Cognitive Assessment System, Second Edition (CAS2) 20 ComFor-2 Forerunners in Communication (ComFor-2) 32

Mini-Mental State Examination, Second Edition (MMSE-2) 67

Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing, Second Edition (CTOPP-2)

21

NEO Personality Inventory 3 (NEO-PI-3) UK Edition

76

Conners’ Adult ADHD Rating Scales (CAARS)

44

Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB)

68

Conners Third Edition (Conners 3) with DSM-5 Scoring Update

Oral Passage Understanding Scale (OPUS)

69

51 Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)

79

Conners Early Childhood (EC)

52 Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy (PACT)

33

d2 Test of Attention – Revised (d2-R)

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Parenting Stress Index, Fourth Edition (PSI-4) 55

SON-R 6-40 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test (Revised)

17

Rey Complex Figure Test and Recognition Trial (RCFT) 70

State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory-2 (STAXI-2) 45

Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales, Second Edition (RIAS-2)

Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT)

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25

Rorschach Test

77

Test of Memory and Learning, Second Edition (TOMAL-2)

72

Scenotest 59

Test of Nonverbal Intelligence, Fourth Edition (TONI-4) 24

Sensory Processing Measure (SPM)

Test of Word Reading Efficiency, Second Edition (TOWRE2)

26 58

56

Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (SPANS)

62

Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC)

Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ)

37

Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children (TSCYC) 57

Social-Emotional Developmental Age Level (SEDAL)

48

Trauma Symptom Inventory-2 (TSI‑2) 46

Social Responsiveness Scale, Second Edition (SRS-2) 38

Visual Association Test (VAT)

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SON-R 2-8 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test

Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST)

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