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Adolescent Language Screening Test (ALST)

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Adolescent Language Screening Test (ALST)

Adolescent Language Screening Test [ALST]

Denise L. Morgan and Arthur M. Guilford

Ages: 11 Through 17
Testing Time: 15 Minutes

OUR PRICE B0126-$210.00

The adolescent Language Screening Test (ALST) provides speech-language pathologists and other interested professionals with a rapid (less than 15 minutes in administrative time), thorough method for individually screening adolescents
’ (ages 11 to17) speech and language. The dimensions of language use, content, and form are screened by seven subtests: Pragmatics, Receptive Vocabulary, Concepts, Expressive Vocabulary, Sentence Formulation, Morphology, and Phonology. The results of this screening device provide the clinician with a solid foundation for recommending a total communication evaluation and outline the language dimensions on which extension testing should focus.

ALST-Complete Kit Includes:
Administration Manual, Picture Book, and 50 Test Booklets,
all in a sturdy storage container. (B0126): $210.00

B0126-A-Examiner’s Manual-$66.00

B0126-B -Picture book-$111.00

B0126-C-Test Booklets (50)-$64.00


Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale [ASDS]

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Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale [ASDS]

OUR PRICE:-B9350-$157.00

Ages: 5 through 18
Testing Time: 10 to 15 minutes
Administration: Individual

The Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale (ASDS) is a quick, easy-to-use rating scale that can help you determine whether a child has Asperger Syndrome. Anyone who knows the child or youth well can complete this scale. Parents, teachers, siblings, paraeducators, speech language pathologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, and other professionals can answer the 50 yes/no items in 10 to 15 minutes.

Designed to identify Asperger Syndrome in children ages 5 through 18, this instrument provides an AS Quotient that reveals the likelihood that an individual has Asperger Syndrome. The 50 items that constitute the ASDS were drawn from five specific areas of behavior: cognitive, maladaptive, language, social, and sensorimotor.

Diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome is difficult because the characteristics of the disorder often resemble those of autism, behavior disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and learning disabilities. The ASDS serves an important function by quickly allowing you to determine whether a child or adolescent is likely to have Asperger Syndrome.

The first test of its kind, the ASDS was normed on 115 persons with Asperger Syndrome, autism, learning disabilities, behavior disorders, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder from across the United States. The sample ranged in age from 5 to 18. The ASDS meets reliability and validity criteria established by the professional assessment community.

Therefore, by comparing an individual¹s score with the normative sample, an examiner can establish the probability that the individual has Asperger Syndrome. Low AS Quotients are indicative of persons with little or no known pathology, whereas higher scores are increasingly more indicative of Asperger Syndrome.

All items included in the ASDS represent behaviors that are symptomatic of Asperger Syndrome, and all are summed to produce the total score. The scores from the five subtests present the examiner with information of clinical interest regarding an individual's performance in comparison to that of others with Asperger Syndrome. The total score has strong diagnostic value in identifying individuals with Asperger Syndrome and is the only score to be used when determining the likelihood of Asperger Syndrome. This contributes greatly to ease of administration and cuts down on otherwise time-consuming testing procedures.
The ASDS can be used with confidence to (a) identify persons who have Asperger Syndrome, (b) document behavioral progress as a consequence of special intervention programs, (c) target goals for change and intervention on the student's Individualized Education Program (IEP), and (d) measure Asperger Syndrome for research purposes. Because the ASDS is based on observations, the test results are valid only when the rater knows the examinee well; that is, the examiner has had regular, sustained contact with the examinee for at least 2 weeks.

Raw scores are converted to percentile and standard scores. These scores are the most important information associated with an individual's ASDS performance, and analysis of them, augmented by additional test information, direct information of behavior, and knowledge acquired from other sources, will result in proper diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome.

Examiner's Manual and 50 Summary/Response Forms, all in a sturdy storage box - 2000. -B9350- $157.00




Young Children's Achievement Test (YCAT)

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Young Children's Achievement Test (YCAT)

Hresko, Pamela Peak, Shelley Herron, Deanna Bridges

OUR PRICE-$310.00

Ages: 4-0 through 7-11
Testing Time: 25 to 45 minutes
Administration: Individual

The Young Children’s Achievement Test (YCAT) represents a major improvement in the early identification of children at risk for school failure. It yields an overall Early Achieve-ment standard score, and individual subtest standard scores for General Information, Reading, Writing, Mathematics, and Spoken Language. The YCAT was designed with both the child and the examiner in mind. The individual subtests for General Information, Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Spoken Language can be given independent of each other, leading to flexible testing sessions. Standard scores (with a mean of 100 and a standard deviations of 15), percentiles, and age equivalents are provided for both the subtests and the composite.

The YCAT was normed on 1,224 children representing 32 states and the District of Columbia. The information is clearly representative of the U.S. population as reported in the 1997 Statistical Abstract of the United States. Reliability was standardized using the coefficient alpha, test-retest, and interscorer procedures. Extensive evidence of the validity of YCAT test scores is proved for content-description validity, criterion-prediction validity, and construct-identification validity.

YCAT items were examined to ensure that little or no bias relative to gender, disability, race, socioeconomic level, or ethnic group existed. Differential item functioning techniques were used to examine items for potential bias. The PHAI comes complete with Examiner's Manual, Picture Book, 25 Student Response Forms, and 25 Profile/Examiner Record Booklets.

YCAT-Complete Kit includes:
Examiner’s Manual, Picture Book, 25 Student Response Forms, and 25 Profile Examiner Record Booklets, all in a sturdy storage box - 2000. (B4000) $310.00

Individual Components:

B4000-B-YCAT Student Response Forms (25) -$49.00

B4000-C-YCAT Profile/Examiner Record Booklets (25) -$82.00











Screening Assessment for Gifted Elementary And Middle School Students: A Method for Identifying Giftedness - Second Edition [SAGES-2]

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Screening Assessment for Gifted Elementary And Middle School Students: A Method for Identifying Giftedness - Second Edition [SAGES-2]

Susan K. Johnsen & Anne L. Corn

OUR PRICE $321.00
Ages: 5-0 Through 14-11
Testing Time: 20 Minutes
Administration: Small groups or Individually

The SAGES-2 is helpful in identifying gifted students in kindergarten through eighth grade. It's three subtests sample aspects of two of the most commonly used areas for identifying gifted students: aptitude and achievement. Aptitude is measured by the Reasoning subtest, in which the child solves new problems by identifying relationships among pictures and figures. The other two subtests assess achievement. On one of these subtests, the child answers questions about language arts and social studies; on the other, about mathematics and science.

SAGES-2 Complete Kit Includes:
Examiner’s Manual, K-3 Math/Science Student Response Booklets (10), K-3 Language Arts/Social Studies Student Response Booklets (10), K-3 Reasoning Student Response Booklets (10), 4-8 Math/Science Student Response Booklets (10), 4-8 Language Arts/Social Studies Student Response Booklets (10), 4-8 Reasoning Student Response Booklets (10), K-3 Profile/Scoring Sheets (50), 4-8 Profile/Response Sheets (50), and a 4-8 Scoring Transparency, all in a sturdy storage box (B0100) $321.00

Individual Components:

B0100 -A Examiner’s Manual-$95.00

B0100 –B K-3 Math/Science Student Response Booklets (10) $28.00

B0100 –C K-3 Language Arts/Social Studies Student Response Booklets (10) $28.00

B0100-D K-3 Reasoning Student Response Booklets (10) $28.00

B0100-E 4-8 Math/Science Student Response Booklets (10) $28.00

B0100-F-4-8 Language Arts/Social Studies Student Response Booklets (10) $28.00

B0100-G-4-8 Reasoning Student Response Booklets (10) $28.00

B0100-H K-3 Profile/Scoring Sheets (pad of 50) $47.00

B0100-I-4-8 Profile/Response Sheets (pad of 50) $47.00

B0100-J 4-8 Scoring Transparency-$18.00


Scholastic Abilities Test for Adults [SATA]

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Scholastic Abilities Test for Adults [SATA]

Brian R. Bryant, James R. Patton & Caroline Dunn

OUR PRICE B0090-$280.00
Ages: 16 Through 70        

The SATA measures scholastic competence using nine subtests: Verbal Reasoning, Nonverbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Math Calculation, Math Application, Writing Mechanics, and Writing Composition. Raw scores can be converted to estimated grade equivalents and standard scores. Several composite scores are also generated.

Subtest raw scores are converted to estimated grade equivalents, standard scores (M=10, SD=3), and percentiles. Several composite scores are also generated. The SATA is technically sound with reliabilities generally in the .80s and .90s.

SATA-Complete Kit Includes:
Examiner’s Manual, 10 Test Books, 25 Response Booklets, and 25 Profile/Examiner Record Forms, all in a sturdy storage box. (B0090) $280.00

Individual Components:

B0090–A Examiner’s Manual -$95.00

B0090 – B Test Books (10)-$82.00

B0090 – C Response Booklets (25) $87.00

B0090 – D Profile/Examiner Record Forms (25) $50.00





























Hammill Multiability Achievement Test [HAMAT]

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HAMAT: Hammill Multiability Achievement Test

OUR PRICE-$313.00
Ages: 7-0 Through 17-11
Testing Time: 30
– 60 Minutes

The HAMAT is designed for use by psychologists, educational diagnosticians, counsellors, and other professionals concerned with the assessment of academic achievement. It provides four subtests in the areas of: reading (a series of paragraphs based on the cloze procedure), writing (requires students to write sentences form dictation, stressing correctness), mathematics (measures students
’ mastery of number facts and ability to complete mathematical calculations),


and facts (requires students to answer questions based on the content of social studies, science, history, and literature).

The test was normed on 2,901 students in the United States and provides percentiles, standard scores, and age equivalents. Reliability of the HAMAT was investigated using estimates of content sampling, time sampling, and scorer differences. Internal consistency reliability coefficients all exceed or round to .90. Test-retest coefficients range from .83 to .94 for the subtests, the composite exceed .94.

HAMAT-Complete Kit Includes:
’s Manual, 25 Form A Student Response Booklets, 25 Form B Student Response Booklets, 25 Form A Profile/Examiner Record Forms, and 25 Form B Profile/Examiner Record Forms, all in a sturdy storage box.

(B0089) $313.00

Individual Components:

B0089-B-Form A Student Response Booklets (25)-$72.00

B0089 - C Form B Student Response Booklets (25)-$72.00

B0089 - D-Form A Profile/Examiner-record forms(25)-$45.00

B0089 - E Form B Profile/examiner Record Forms (25) $45.00


Diagnostic Achievement Battery, Fourth Edition [DAB-4]

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AVAILABLE NOW!  our price $484.00

Ages: 6 through 14
Testing Time: 90 to 120 minutes
Administration: Individual

The DAB-4 is a revision of one of the most popular individual achievement tests available. Its 8 subtests identify students’ strengths and weaknesses across important areas of school achievement. A supplemental manual shows how to probe student responses to obtain information about students’ thinking processes and problem-solving strategies.

New Features of the DAB-4

  • All-new normative data were collected from 2011 to 2013.
  • The demographically representative normative sample (n = 1,310) was stratified by age relative to region, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic factors, and other critical variables.
  • Test items were subjected to differential item analyses to find and eliminate potentially biased items.
  • Subtests were reduced from 14 to 8 in order to streamline administration time and provide more useful, accurate results.

Subtests of the DAB-4

  • Listening Comprehension
  • Synonyms
  • Alphabet/Phonics/Word Identification
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Punctuation/Capitalization*
  • Spelling*
  • Mathematics Reasoning
  • Mathematics Calculation*

*can be administered individually or in small groups

Scores from these subtests can be combined to form five composites:

  • Spoken Language
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Mathematics
  • Total Basic Academic Skills

Standard scores (M=10, SD=3 for the subtests and M=100, SD=15 for the composites), percentile ranks, and age/grade equivalents are provided.

Reliability and Validity

Internal consistency (content sampling) reliability coefficients for all of the composites range from .89 to .97. The test-retest (time sampling) coefficient for the Total Basic Academic Skill composite is .94. Correlations of the DAB-4 composite scores with those of other well-known academic achievement measures range from .56 to .76. Diagnostic accuracy studies indicate that the DAB-4 is able to accurately identify students with poor academic achievement and students with a prior learning disability diagnosis (i.e., median sensitivity = .85, median specificity = .95, median ROC/AUC = .98). Considerable other validity evidence is provided in the manual.

Uses for the DAB-4

The DAB-4 has four primary uses. It can be used to (1) identify students who are significantly below their peers in basic academic skills, (2) determine the particular kinds of component strengths and weaknesses that individual students possess, (3) document students’ progress in specific areas as a consequence of special intervention programs, and (4) conduct research studies of academic achievement.

COMPLETE DAB-4 KIT INCLUDES: Manual, Student Booklet, 25 Profile/Examiner Record Booklets, 25 Student Response Booklets, Assessment Probes, and an audio CD, all in a sturdy storage box. © 2014   B14145- $484.00

Individual Components:

B14145 – A- Examiner’s manual-$132.00

B14145– B- Student  Booklets (25)-$85.00

B14145– C-Profile/Examiner Record Booklets (25)- $95.00




Basic School Skills Inventory - Third Edition [BSSI-3]

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B asic School Skills Inventory - Third Edition [BSSI-3]

OUR PRICE- B0103-$162.00

Ages: 4 through 6
Testing Time: 5 to 8 minutes
Administration: Individual

The Basic School Skills Inventory—Third Edition (BSSI­3) is used to locate children ages 4-0 through 6-11 who are at high risk for school failure, who need more in-depth assessment, and who should be referred for additional study. The inventory of 137 items is based on teachers’ judgments of desirable school performance. It can be administered in 5 to 8 minutes. Using a 4-point Likert-type scale that ranges from does not perform to performance indicates mastery, the BSSI­3 provides a quick teacher rating scale of early abilities in six areas:

  • Daily Living Skills—basic knowledge and skills typically required for participation in day-to-day activities in school
  • Spoken Language—ability to communicate orally
  • Reading—knowledge of print in the form of letters, words, sentences, and paragraphs
  • Writing—abilities and skills directly involved in writing letters, words, sentences, and paragraphs
  • Mathematics—knowledge of numerical concepts and arithmetic operations involved in beginning mathematics
  • Classroom Behavior—attentiveness, cooperation, attitude, socialization, and work habits

Standard scores, percentiles, and age and grade equivalents are reported for each scale. Reliability coefficients are in the .90s for each scale.

Complete BSSI-3 Kit includes: Examiner's Manual and 25 Profile/Response Forms. (1998)- B0103-$162.00

Individual Components:

B0103 –A Examiner’s Manual-$100.00

B0103 – B Profile/Response Forms (25) $65.00