Specialty Testing For Adults
Ages: 16 years ++
IQ TESTING FOR ADULTS
INTRODUCING THE T.O.V.A.® 9
CAREER ASSESSMENT INVENTORY™
BROWN ATTENTION-DEFICIT DISORDER SCALES®
ANXIETY TESTING (Ages 17-80 years old)
Beck Anxiety Inventory®
To assess anxiety due to agoraphobia, panic disorder, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and generalized anxiety
Beck Anxiety Inventory: Screen for anxiety with the Beck Anxiety Inventory® . Each item is descriptive of subjective, somatic, or panic-related symptoms of anxiety.
Screen Anxiety: BAI has been found to discriminate well between anxious and nonanxious diagnostic groups in a variety of clinical populations.
DEPRESSION TESTING (Ages 13-80 years old)
Beck Depression Inventory®
To assess depression.
Beck Depression Inventory: You can assess depression with the Beck Depression Inventory®—II (BDI®–II), which is in line with the depression criteria of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders—Fourth Edition (DSM–IV).
Depression Inventory: In line with the depression criteria of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders— Fourth Edition (DSM– IV), this inventory allows for early identification of symptoms of depression. It includes items related to a child's or adolescent’s negative thoughts about self, life and the future, feelings of sadness and guilt, and sleep disturbance.
IQ TESTING FOR ADULTS (Ages 16-90 old)
The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS)
To assess giftedness, intellectual and learning disabilities, brain injuries and evaluate cognitive processing.
The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) is an IQ test designed to measure intelligence and cognitive ability in adults and older adolescents.
There are four index scores representing major components of intelligence:
Verbal Comprehension Index (VCI)
Perceptual Reasoning Index (PRI)
Working Memory Index (WMI)
Processing Speed Index (PSI)
ACADEMIC STRENGTHS (Ages 16-85 old)
To assess academic strengths, weaknesses and achievements in adults.
The WIAT-III assesses the academic achievement of children, adolescents, college students and adults, aged 16 through 85. The test enables the assessment of a broad range of academics skills or only a particular area of need. The WIAT-II is a revision of the original WIAT (The Psychological Corporation), and additional measures. There are four basic scales: Reading, Math, Writing, and Oral Language. Within these scales there is a total of 9 sub-test scores.
MEMORY TESTING (ages 16 to 90 old)
WMS-IV The Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS)
To assess adult memory
WMS-IV Is the most widely used scale of adult memory
The Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS) is a neuropsychological test designed to measure different memory functions in a person. Anyone ages 16 to 90 is eligible to take this test. The current version is made up of seven subtests: Spatial Addition, Symbol Span, Design Memory, General Cognitive Screener, Logical Memory (I & II), Verbal Paired Associates (I & II), and Visual Reproduction (I & II). A person's performance is reported as five Index Scores: Auditory Memory, Visual Memory, Visual Working Memory, Immediate Memory, and Delayed Memory.
The WMS-IV also incorporates an optional cognitive exam (Brief Cognitive Status Exam) that helps to assess global cognitive functioning in people with suspected memory deficits or those who have been diagnosed with a various neural, psychiatric and/or developmental disorders. This may include conditions such as dementias or mild learning difficulties.
PERSONALITY TESTING (18+Older)
It is a psychological test that assesses personality traits and psychopathology It is the most widely used psychometric test for measuring adult psychopathology in the world and is used in mental health, medical and employment settings.
FORENSIC MMPI-2 reports for forensic settings
This report series is customized for six forensic settings: Child Custody, Personal Injury, Personal Injury (Neurological), Pre-trial Criminal, General Corrections, Competency/Commitment.
Each report includes setting-specific text and profile frequencies to help ensure relevant, defensible testimony.
Expanded interpretations of test validity address defensiveness and malingering.
DSM-related diagnostic possibilities are suggested to help support psychological treatment recommendations.
INTRODUCING THE T.O.V.A.® 9 ( Ages 4-80+ years old)
A computerized, objective measure of attention and inhibitory control normed by gender for ages 4 to 80+.
The Test of Variables of Attention (T.O.V.A.) provides healthcare professionals with objective measurements of attention and inhibitory control. The visual T.O.V.A. aids in the assessment of, and evaluation of treatment for, attention deficits, including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The auditory T.O.V.A. aids in the assessment of attention deficits, including ADHD. T.O.V.A. results should only be interpreted by qualified professionals.
CAREER ASSESSMENT INVENTORY™- The Enhanced Version
(CAI) ( Ages 15+years old)
Overview: Occupational interest inventory for college-bound and non-college-bound individuals.
The Career Assessment Inventory – Enhanced Version assessment compares an individual's occupational interests to those of individuals in 111 specific careers that reflect a broad range of technical and professional positions in today's workforce.
BROWN ATTENTION-DEFICIT DISORDER SCALES®
(BrownADDScales) ( Ages 3 years - Adult)
Overview: Quickly screen for reliable indications of ADD
Obtain a consistent measure of ADD across the life span with the Brown Attention-Deficit Disorder Scales® for Children and Adolescents and the Brown Attention-Deficit Disorder Scales for Adolescents and Adults. Based on Thomas Brown's cutting-edge model of cognitive impairment in ADD, the Brown ADD Scales explore the executive cognitive functioning aspects of cognition associated with AD/HD (ADD).