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Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale

type
infant scale test
Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale

age
3 days- 4 weeks
Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale

purpose
measure new born competence
Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale

scale/score
47 scores, 27 behavioral observations, 20 elicited
Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale

facts
widely used in research
no norms
poor reliability
does not predict future intelligence
Bayley Scales of Infant Development

type
infant scale test
Bayley Scales of Infant Development

age
2-30 months
Bayley Scales of Infant Development

purpose
measure cognitive and motor functions not intelligence
Bayley Scales of Infant Development

scales
motor and mental
Bayley Scales of Infant Development

strengths
psychometrically sound and predicts retardation
Bayley Scales of Infant Development

weakness
does not predict future intelligence
Bayley Scales of Infant Development

unique
most widely used infant test
most recommended
most psychometrically sound
newest test
Gesell Developmental Schedules

type
infant scale
Gesell Developmental Schedules

age
2 1/2- 6 years
Gesell Developmental Schedules

purpose
measure developmental status
Gesell Developmental Schedules

score/scale
gross motor
fine motor
adaptive
language
personal social
Gesell Developmental Schedules

weakness
inadequate standardization
no evidence of reliability or validity
vague directions
Gesell Developmental Schedules

uniquenes
not used so much
one of the first tests
developmental quotient
McCarthy Scale of Children's Ability

age
2 1/2 - 8 1/2 years
McCarthy Scale of Children's Ability

score/scales
general cognitive index
verbal, perceptual performance, qualitative memory and motor skills
McCarthy Scale of Children's Ability

psychometric properties
good, used in research, better testing of children from low income homes
Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children

age
3 - 18 years
Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children

score/scale
serial processing/ simultaneous processing intelligence and achievement
Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children

psychometric properties
based on information processing, not good
Columbia Mental Maturity


age
3 - 12 years
Columbia Mental Maturity

purpose
used for children with physical problems:

language deficits/ cant speak
hearing loss/ cerebral palsy
Columbia Mental Maturity

psychometrics
good, but child can obtain an 82 on chance due to multiple choice test

better used as a screening test
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test

age
2 1/2 - 90
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test

purpose
participant does not have to read or write

measures hearing vocabulary
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test

psychometric properties
good reliability and validity but underestimates intelligence (you could guess)
Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities

type
Special Population: Learning Disabilities
Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities

age
2 - 10 years
Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities

facts
difficult to administer
widely used
Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities

psychometric properties
no reliabilty
no validity
Woodcock- Johnson III

type
Special Population Test:
Learning Disabilities
Woodcock- Johnson III

Psychometric Properties
Relitavely Good
Woodcock- Johnson III

purpose
asesses both achievemtn and cognition
Woodcock- Johnson III

uniqueness
based on a 3 stratum theory of intelligence
Woodcock- Johnson III

3 Stratums
1- 69 narrow abilities
2- broad categories of cognitive abilities
3- g ( general factor of intelligence )
Benton Visual Retention Test

type
Visiographic Test
Benton Visual Retention Test

purpose
test for brain damage based on poor task performance
Benton Visual Retention Test

scale
shown 8 geometric figures drawn from memory
compare drawing to norms, cut off score for brain damage based on number of errors
Benton Visual Retention Test

uniqueness
used to indicate Alzheimer's Disease
Errors can be associated with aging
Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test

purpose
test for brain damaged children
Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test

age
5 - 8 years
Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test

uniqueness
very popular
Memory For Designs Test

age
8 1/2- 60 years
Memory For Designs Test

purpose
indicate brain injury or disease
Memory For Designs Test

scale
15 figures drawn from memory, given 10 mins
SAT
Scholastic Assessment Test
aptitude test
predicts 1st year college gpa
psychometrically sound
m = 500 sd = 100
measures verbal and math reasoning
SAT II
aptitude test
subject tests
GRE
Graduate Record Exam

score
3 scores: verbal &n quantitative (multiple choice), analytical (written)
GRE
Graduate Record Exam

psychometric properties
not as sound as SAT, but same m/sd

predictive validity not that good when combined with undergraduate GPA. grade inflation a problem

achievement test for 20 majors
LSAT
Law School Admission Test

facts
Requires specific knowledge, may be taken by any major

one of the most difficult tests
LSAT
Law School Admission Test

scale
3 types of problems ( reading comprehension, logical reasoning, analytical reasoning )
LSAT
Law School Admission Test

psychometric properties
psychometrically sound
does predict 1st year law school GPA
non verbal group ability test:
Goodenough Harris Drawing Test

purpose
assumes that increasing detail in drawing is related to age in ability
non verbal group ability test:
Goodenough Harris Drawing Test

scale
human figure drawing that is scored by amount of detail- generally one point for each detail
non verbal group ability test:
Goodenough Harris Drawing Test

facts
only used with other tests
quickest, easiest ability test
non verbal group ability test:
Raven Progressive Matrices Test

age
5 - adult, for groups or individuals
non verbal group ability test:
Raven Progressive Matrices Test

purpose
neurological testing that confirms measuring cortex functioning
non verbal group ability test:
Raven Progressive Matrices Test

scale
60 matrices of increasing difficulty
uses a 7-8 point black white difference
non verbal group ability test:
Raven Progressive Matrices Test

uniqueness
best single measure of g available (general fluid abilities)
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

purpose
used to measure aptitude of 11th and 12th graders

determines if one can enter military and also assignments available once in
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

scale
10 subtests of general ability

3 academic composites - academic, verbal, math
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

composites
4 occupational composites:

mechanical / crafts
business / clerical
electronics / electrical
health / social
General Aptitude Test Battery
reading ability test
supposed to measure aptitude for a variety of occupations
wide range of scores from general intelligence to manual dexterity
more appropriate for those who have not graduated from college
out dated
Achievement
previous learning
Aptitude
potential for learning a specific skill
Intelligence Tests
measurement of previous learning