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PTS Assessments

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
Composed entirely of the MMSE-2:SV Registration, Orientation to Time, Orientation to Place, and Recall tasks, the 16-item MMSE-2:BV can be used for clinical or research situations that require a rapid cognitive screener. These tasks were chosen based on a literature review, their use in the... more
The ASEBA is designed to assess adaptive and maladaptive functioning. Various forms are available as paper based assessments and online: Pre-School forms School-Age forms Adult forms Direct Observation Form (DOF) Semi-structured Clinical Interview for Children and Adolescents (SCICA... more
The NEO-PI-3 is a revision of the Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R™), the standard questionnaire of the FFM. It is a concise measure of the five major domains of personality and the six facets that define each domain: Neuroticism Extraversion Openness Agreeableness... more
The Stress Profile quickly identifies individual characteristics and behaviours that protect against or contribute to stress-related illness. In just 20 minutes, the Stress Profile measures all personal traits and lifestyle habits that have been shown to moderate the stress-illness relationship. It... more
The CSBI is a parent report (mother or primary female caregiver) measure of sexual behavior in children ages 2-12 years. It is intended for use with children who have been or who may have been sexually abused. The test was developed in response to evidence that sexual abuse is related to the... more
The PIC-2 was designed to evaluate the emotional, behavioural, cognitive, and interpersonal adjustment of children and teens. It comprises 275 true/false items completed by the parent or caregiver, covering the following scales: Cognitive impairment Family dysfunction Psychological... more
The PIY comprises 270 items covering nine nonoverlapping clinical scales and 24 nonoverlapping subscales: Cognitive impairment Impulsivity/distractibility Delinquency Somatic concern Family dysfunction Reality distortion Psychological discomfort Social withdrawal Social skill... more
With a new standard version that is equivalent to the original MMSE and new brief and expanded forms, the MMSE-2 retains the original's clinical utility and efficiency while expanding its usefulness in populations with milder forms of cognitive impairment, including sub-cortical dementia.... more