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Assessment Tools: APT-TEST : attention process training

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APT-TEST : attention process training (2nd ed.)

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APT-TEST : attention process training (2nd ed.)

Author: Sohlberg, McKay Moore 

SummaryThe Attention Process Training Test (APT-TEST) is used to evaluate several components of attention based on a clinically derived taxonomy of attention skills. The test is an outgrowth of, and was specifically designed for use with, the Attention Process Training (APT) materials. This is a set of treatment tasks designed to improve attention in adolescents and adults with acquired disorders of attention and working memory. The APT training materials are based on a 5-level clinical model of attention and have been documented to facilitate improved attentional functioning in multiple clinical trials. Performance on the APT-TEST can be used to help identifiy different components of attention that are impaired and the nature and level of APT treatment tasks that will be most appropriate for individuals. 

Library Record:   Call # WL 141 A655a2 2001 ATOOLS (Reserve Desk)

Equipment:     1 v. (various pagings) + 3 CD-ROMs

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