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Cognitive Communication Checklist for Acquired Brain Injury (CCCABI) with references 

Download checklist HERE 

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Symbol Digit Modality Test
Alternative forms of the Symbol Digit Modality test as published in Hinton- Bayre, A., and Geffen, G.M. (2005) Psychological Assessment, 17(2), 237-241

Download File 1 HERE

Download File 2 HERE

Download File 3 HERE

Contingency Naming Test for school age children
Anderson, P., Anderson, V., Northam, E. & Taylor, H.G. (2000) Standardization of the Contingency Naming Test (CNT) for School-Aged Children: A Measure of Reactive Flexibility. Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment, 1, 247-273 

Download test HERE 

Download Scoring Document HERE 

Download supporting reference HERE

Emotion Recognition Task (ERT)

Kessels, R.P.C., Montagne, B., Hendriks, A.W., Perrett, D.I, & De Haan, E.H.F. (2014). Assessment of perception of morphed facial expressions using the Emotion Recognition Task (ERT): Normative data from healthy participants aged 8-75. Journal of Neuropsychology, 8, 75-93

The ERT, developed by Barbara Montagne, Roy Kessels, David Perrett and Edward de Haan, is a computerized task to assess the perception of facial expressions. The task presents morphed facial expressions that gradually increase in intensity. The participant or patient has to indicate after each morph which emotion is shown by multiple choice. Administration takes about 10 minutes. Regression-based norms are available from a sample of 373 healthy participants from Australia, the Netherlands, Ireland and Germany aged 8-75 (see table below for characteristics).

Data of individual participants are stored at the level of each trial for research purposes, but an aggregated PDF report is also generated per individual, showing the individual’s performance as percentile for each emotion as well as the total score.

The ERT has been validated in several patient groups, including stroke, autism spectrum disorders, neurosurgery patients, TBI, PTSD, Huntington’s disease, Noonan and Turner syndrome, FTD, MCI and AD. Instructions and interface are available in several languages, including English, Dutch, German, and Portugese

The ERT is part of the Diagnosels neuropsychological test environment by Metrisquare and can be run on any computer free of charge. In patients, the best responses are obtained when using a touch-sensitive screen available from Metrisquare, but mouse clicking is also possible.

Free accounts are available for psychologists.

For more information follow this link

Download supporting reference HERE

Austin Maze (Member's Only)

To download your free version of the Austin Maze, please email Margaret Eagers or you can Click Here to download the Austin Maze manual

Starship Post-traumatic amnesia Scale for Children (Member's Only)

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The Westmead PTA scale for Children (Member's Only)

Download scale HERE

Click HERE to find out how to use the Abbreviated Westmead PTD Scale (A-WPTAS)

treatment resources and normative data

Errorless Learning in dementia: Videos for use with manual (videos are free to download)

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Boston Naming test (Piguet et al)

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Excluded letter fluency (Shores et al)

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Norms for mid adult Maori and White New Zealanders from lower socioeconomics class on a range of Wechsler subtests and executive tests (Ogden et al)

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WAISIII Matrix Reasoning (Crowe et al)

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Written and oral versions of the trail making test (Kowalczyk et al)

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