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Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence - Second Edition [CTONI-2]
Donald D. Hammill, Nils A. Pearson, J.Lee Wiederholt
The latest edition of the Comprehensive Test of Nonverbal Intelligence is a norm-referenced test that
uses non verbal formats to measure general intelligence of children and adults whose performance on
traditional tests might be adversely affected by subtle or overt impairments involving language or
motor abilities. The CTONI-2 measures analogical reasoning, categorical classification, and sequential
reasoniing, using six subtests in two different contexts:pictures of familiar objects and geometric designs.
Detroit Tests of Learning Aptitude - Primary - Third Edition [DTLA-P:3]
Donald D. Hammill, Brian R. Bryant
The DTLA-P:3 is a quick, easily administered test for measuring the general aptitude of young children. It is particularly useful with low-functioning school-age children ages 3-0 through 9-11. It comprises six subtests, measuring cognitive ability in areas such as language, attention, and motor abilities. Significant improvements include:
Pictures in the easel have been drawn in color to present a more appealing look to children.
Additional instructions have been provided for giving and scoring the digit sequences and design reproduction items.
Interpretation sections have been expanded.
Items have been validated by both exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis.
Administration is on an individual basis and should take 15 to 45 minutes.Complete
Draw-a-Person Intellectual Ability Test for Children [DAP:IQ]
Cecil R. Reynolds, Julia A. Hickman
The Draw-A-Person Intellectual Ability Test for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
(DAP:IQ) provides a common set of scoring criteria to estimate intellectual
ability from a human figure drawing.
Primary Test of Nonverbal Intelligence [PTONI]
David J. Ehrler, Ronnie L. McGhee
The Primary Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (PTONI) is a theoretically sound, research-based method of assessing reasoning abilities in young children, ages 3 years to 10 years. Psychologists, diagnosticians. special educators, speech-language pathologists, and other professionals can use this test to identify both severe intellectual deficits and superior cognitive intelligence; help estimate future school success based on family history, educational background, and personality traits; and study a wide range of researchable topics and issues.
The PTONI was normed on a culturally and ethnically diverse demographic sample. It is unbiased, quick, accurate, and cost-efficient. Testing takes approximately 5 to 15 minutes, on an indiviual basis.
The test format requires the child to look at a series of pictures on each page and point to the one picture that does not belong with the others. Early items measure lower order reasoning (e.g., visual and spatial perception). Later items measure higher reasoning abilities (e.g., analogical thinking, sequential reasoning, and categorical formulation). The child's performance is recorded as a standard score (called the Nonverbal Index), a percentile rank, and an age equivalent.Complete
Slosson Intelligence Test - Revised [SIT-R3]
Richard L. Slosson. Revised by Charles L. Nicholson and Terry L. Hibpshman
This newly revised edition of the Slosson Intelligence Test - Revised
(SIT-R3) remains a quick and reliable individual screening test of Crystallized
Verbal Intelligence for ages 4 to 65 years. It now has
adapted score sheets for scannable/electronic readers and the supplementary
manual for the visually impaired and the blind is now inclusive of the
Test of Nonverbal Intelligence - Fourth Edition [TONI-4]
Linda Brown, Rita J. Sherbenou, Susan K. Johnsen
The Test of Nonverbal Intelligence - Fourth Edition is a practical, easy-to-use, norm-referenced instrument that measures an individual's intelligence. The administration and response format are pragmatic with simple oral instructions, requiring test takers to answer only with simple but meaningful gestures such as pointing, nodding, or blinking. This test is ideal for those who have language, hearing, or motor impairments, or are not familiar with mainstream American culture.