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Assessment of Children (Cognitive Foundations - 5th Edition)
This edition includes sections on the assessment process and challenges in assessing children; theories and issues in intelligence testing; the Wechsler tests, and other measures of intelligence, achievement, and language.
Assessment of Children (Behavioral, Social and Clinical Foundations – 5th Edition)
This edition includes sections on broad measures of behavioral, social, and emotional functioning; adaptive behavior; functional behavior assessments; a statistics primer; behavioral observation methods and interview techniques.
Test of Information Processing Skills (TIPS) (Scoring CD now available) TIPS is an assessment of how well children and adults process information that is either seen or heard. TIPS performance relates to executive function, working memory, auditory processing, and visual processing. TIPS is the only test that shows differences between sequenced and unsequenced recall, a hallmark of those with learning and/or executive function disabilities.
Quick Neurological Screening Test - 3 (Ages 4 though 80+)
The QNST-3 is an empirically based assessment that quantifies the presence of neurological soft signs (NSS), seen as difficulties a person may have with planning, coordination, integration, and/or execution of motor movements. The QNST-3 consists of 15 tasks that have been adapted from standard traditional neurologic exams and developmental scales.
Word Identification and Spelling Test (Ages 7 through 18)
The WIST meets teachers' need for detailed information that can be used to identify the areas in which students are having difficulty with reading and/or spelling and to develop appropriate instructional interventions. The test specifically targets those aspects of reading that are most important for the identification and treatment of poor and disabled readers.
Decoding and Spelling Proficiency Test - R (Ages 6 to 25)
The Decoding and Spelling Proficiency Test - R (DSPT-R) is a test of oral word reading, visual recognition of printed words, and spelling proficiency for ages 6 to 25 years. These skills are critical for remedial instruction of students and rehabilitation of adults who have experienced accidents or illnesses that affect intellectual functioning.
Test of Mathematical Abilities-3 (Ages 8 through 18)
The TOMA-3 assesses major skill areas of math, as well as the student's attitude toward math. This new edition features updated norms and expanded reliability and validity statistics.
Receptive One-Word Picture Vocabulary Test - 4: SBE (Expanded Age Range)
Now with expanded norms (ages 2-0 through 70+), this edition is intended for use with–and was normed on–a bilingual population of individuals who speak Spanish and English with varying levels of proficiency.