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Goldman-Fristoe Test of Articulation
Test of Phonological Awareness
Khan-Lewis Phonological Analysis
Structured Photographic Articulation Test featuring Dudsberry; articulation and phonology
SPATDII; what does it test for?
Kaufman Speech Praxis Test; childhood apraxia of speech
KSTP; what does it test for?
Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals: Preschool; receptive/expressive language
CELF-P2; what does it test for?
Receptive-Expressive Emergent Language Test
Test of Integrated Language & Literacy Skills; oral Language, written Language, literacy
TILLS; what does it test for?
Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals; receptive/expressive language and pragmatics
CELF-5; what does it test for?
The study of theories and techniques in the measurement (metrics) of psychological (psycho-) attributes
____________ is the "psycho" part of psychometrics. It is more subjective.
Looking for what you can describe as a skill or deficit
______________ is the "metrics" part of psychometrics. It is more numerically based and more objective
How a skill is measured through numbers and norms
Test where procedures for admin. and scoring are identical for each person tested, it is static
Test where procedures for admin. and scoring are not identical for each person tested
Type of test that is something you're giving to a child/adult and comparing to established data that people of that age and gender typically follow
Type of test that is like - "have to get 4 right to pass the section" ex. PLS-5. Could be standardized, but it might not be.
___________________ tests are ALWAYS standardized.
Some advantages of a ________-referenced test are that it's objective, administration is generally efficient, and it may be necessary for insurance coverage.
Some disadvantages of a __________-referenced test are that it does not allow for individualization, tells what a person knows and not how they learn, and the testing situation is unnatural.
_________ _____________ tests may be standardized of non-standardize. They compare what a client can and can't do to PREDETERMINED CRITERION.
The degree to which a test measures an attribute in a manner that is repeatable.
The degree to which evidence supports that a test measures what it is intended to measure.
_____________ reliability measures the test's stability over time.
_____________ reliability measures the test taker's performance on several different occasions as rated by the same examiner.
_____________ reliability measures the test taker's performance on several different occasions as rated by more than one examiner.
___________ validity is the amount a test measures what it reports to measure.
___________ validity is the amount test items measure the domain they report to measure.
___________ validity is the amount a test is consistent with its theoretical construct.
If scores are normally distributed, ____% will fall within one standard deviation of the mean.
If scores are normally distributed, ____% will fall within two standard deviations of the mean.
If scores are normally distributed, ____% will fall within three standard deviations of the mean.
The degré to which the child's score differs from the mean. Evaluates the client's performance within the normative group
The amount of variation from the average
100 +/- 15
Most composite tests have a mean standard score of......
cognitive, physical, social-emotional
3 aspects of speech and language development
cognitive physical social-emotional development
CPSED stands for...
Assessment that is very procedural
Assessment type that is more dynamic... using more testing procedures when you switch things up to help see the person as a whole and get better answers... but it is so much harder
This type of listening is mind chatter; all the things going on in your head while your having a convo that can impede you from truly listening
Type of listening that requires concentration on the person, you have silenced the little voices going on in your head about what you need to do; you're asking questions
Type of listening where you're recognizing things that aren't stated specifically, including body language and inferring about their tone
name of test and reason for administering, scoring description, results as follows
First paragraph of diagnostic writing (3)
Subtest names, raw score, standard score, percentile rank, standard deviation
2nd part of diagnostic writing = chart. Typically includes....
Description of subtest, 3 strengths and weaknesses, trends, normative info (if applicable), overall statement
Subsequent paragraphs for diagnostic writing
Patterns of errors, identify the process
What are you looking for with phonology?
Informal protocol to assess a child's speech production during play
Ask the family for answers, observe the child's behavior
What does assessment of preschool language look like?
Morphology, phonology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics
An assessment of preschool language looks at these 5 areas of language
Correlation of a test to another established test measuring the same domain
Accuracy with which the test predicts future performance on a related task
mean of 0 SD of 1
mean of 50 SD of 10
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