ATP Assessments is currently seeking test
for future studies!
ATTN: school psychologists, clinical psychologists
The Abbreviated Test of Working Memory (aTWM) is an individually administered assessment that measures various aspects of working memory. It can be used with examinees ages five through 90. Launch date: March, 2020
The Test of Information Processing Skills (TIPS) is an individually administered assessment that measures how well an individual learns and retains new information. It can be used with examinees ages five through 80+. Launch date: Summer, 2020
ATTN: speech-language pathologists
The Receptive, Expressive, and Social Communication Assessment – Early Language Edition (RESCA-ELD) is a new assessment based on the RESCA-Elementary (RESCA-E) and will be designed for ages 18 months through 5.11 years. Launch date: Spring, 2020
The Receptive, Expressive, and Social Communication Assessment – Adolescent (RESCA-A) is a new assessment based on the RESCA-E and will be designed for ages 11 through 18.11 years. Launch date: Summer, 2020
ATTN: Spanish bilingual occupational therapists
The Visual Skills Appraisal (VSA-2) is designed to obtain information about an individual’s ocular-motor and visual efficiency skills. It can be used with examinees ages five through 14. We are conducting a Spanish matched pairs study to establish evidence that the normative information created using the U.S. population can be applied to Spanish speakers when using Spanish directions. Launch date: January, 2020
Apply for Future Studies
ATP regularly seeks qualified occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, school psychologists, clinical psychologists, and reading specialists to participate in field trials of new and revised tests. Participants will be provided with all testing materials at no cost and will be paid for their time. Qualifying participants will be eligible to receive a free test kit when it is published.
There is a need for SPANISH-BILINGUAL examiners who can provide data for valid and reliable assessments for Spanish-speaking children and adults. The data collected from children and adults will enable us to provide national norms and validity studies.
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