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The Psychological Corporation (Publisher)
555 Academic Court
San Antonio, TX 78204
(scroll down to "Neuropsychology/Language/Memory")
(as of 06/2001)
1. Complete Kit: includes manual, stimulus booklet, 10 record forms
(3-4), 10 record forms (5-12), 10 response booklets (5-12), scoring
templates and manipulables, nylon bag = $524.00
2. For 5-12 only: Manual = $84.5025 Record forms = $31.0025, Response
booklets = $28.50, Stimulus booklet = $98.00, Tower (with 3 balls)
doesn't state if it's necessary for test or not = $84.50
3. NEPSY Scoring Assistant: computer program to automatically compute
scores and helps format information into a word processing format
for reports = $125.00
||Can be used
for children with sensory or motor handicaps, learning problems, attention
deficits, TBI, autistic disorders, mental retardation, genetic syndromes.
No examples of test administration.
(scroll down to: "Neuropsychology/Language/Memory")
|Content: What it Tests
Assesses neuropsychological development in children.
Evaluates attention/executive functions, language, visuospatial
processing, sensory-motor functions, memory and learning in children
with congenital or acquired brain dysfunction, damage or disease.
Detects strengths and subtle deficiencies in 5 functional domains:
1. Attention/executive functions: assesses inhibition, self-regulation,
monitoring, vigilance, selective and sustained attention, maintenance
of response set, planning, flexibility in thinking, figural fluency.
2. Language: phonological processing abilities, receptive language
comprehension, expressive naming under confrontation and speeded
naming conditions, verbal fluency, ability to produce rhythmic oral
3. Sensory-motor functions: sensory input at tactile level, fine
motor speed for simple and complex movements, ability to imitate
hand positions, rhythmic and sequential movements, visuomotor precision
in controlling pencil use.
4. Visuospatial processing: assess the ability to judge position
and directionality, ability to copy 2-dimensional geometric figures
and reconstruct 3-dimensional designs form a model or picture.
5. Memory and learning: assess immediate memory for sentences and
immediate and delayed memory for faces, names, and list learning,
and narrative memory under free and cued recall conditions.
3-4 = 45 minutes
5-12 = 65 minutes
3-4 = 1 hour
5-12 = 2 hours
3-4 and 5-12
Scaled scores, percentile ranks, core separate domain scores (standard
scores), base rate percentages, qualitative observations.
For domain scores: expanded assessment using additional subtests
within 1 domain, or assessment across domains.
"Manual reports reliability statistics, including inter-rater
and interscorer agreement, subtest internal consistency, and test-retest
No specific coefficients given.
"Validity data include content and construct validity, as
well as studies with children diagnosed with learning disabilities,
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders, TBI, autistic disorders,
and speech and language impairments."
No specific coefficients given.
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