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PTS Assessments

Assess perseveration and abstract reasoning. Although the WCST is used primarily to assess perseveration and abstract thinking, it has gained increasing popularity as a neuropsychological instrument. It has been considered a measure of executive function because of its reported sensitivity to... more
Quickly assess perseveration and abstract reasoning. The M-WCST is a modification of the original Wisconsin Card Sorting Test that eliminates all cards from the original 128-card deck that share more than one attribute with a stimulus card (e.g., each response card whose stimuli match a stimulus... more
The NEO-FFI-3, a revision of the NEO Five-Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI™), is a 60-item version of the NEO-PI-3 that provides a quick, reliable, and accurate measure of the five domains of personality: Neuroticism Extroversion Openness Agreeableness... more
Differentiates normal, non brain-damaged psychiatric, and brain-damaged subjects. The Stroop Color and Word Test provides a diagnosis of brain dysfunction, and the evaluation of stress, personality cognition and psychopathology. The Stroop phenomenon has been found to be useful in the... more
  This standardized version of the Stroop consists of two parts. In the Color Task, the individual reads aloud a list of 112 color names in which no name is printed in its matching color. In the Color-Word Task, the individual names the color of ink in which the color names are printed.... more
With its revised Professional Manual, Profile Form Adults–Revised, and Critical Items Form–Revised, the PAI® continues to raise the standard for the assessment of adult psychopathology. This objective inventory of adult personality assesses psychopathological syndromes and... more
The PAI-SP is a powerful diagnostic and interpretive system. The design of this system offers a variety of modules to meet your specific assessment needs. The PAI-SP provides a common framework of basic functionality and features to all enabled PAI modules. This functionality includes navigation... more
The AQ measures an individual's aggressive responses and his or her ability to channel these responses in a safe, constructive manner. It comprises 34 items and provides a total score along with five scale scores: Physical aggression Hostility Verbal aggression... more
The MMSE-2:EV improves the clinical utility of the original MMSE by extending the test's ceiling (i.e., difficulty level), increasing the range of raw scores, and increasing the screening sensitivity for individuals with less severe cognitive impairment, such as those with subcortical dementia... more
The structure and scoring of the original 30-item MMSE have been retained while problematic items have been replaced. The three words for the Registration/Recall tasks have been made slightly more difficult and were revised to make foreign language translations easier. The phrase for the Repetition... more