(APAT) Auditory Processing Abilities Test

by Deborah Ross Swain, EdD and Nancy Long, PhD
Norms
Based on a nationally representative sample of more than 1,000 children, ages 5 through 12
Scores
Scaled scores, percentile ranks, and age equivalents for each subtest; standard scores, percentiles, and age equivalents for Linguistic Processing Index, an Auditory Memory Index, and a Global index
Format
Ten individually administered subtests involving various tasks
ADMIN TIME
45 minutes or less
Ages
5 to 12 years
Benefit
Provides a comprehensive yet efficient measure of auditory processing
Publish Date
2004
Qualifications
Level C required.

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APAT Summary Sheet (Pack of 25)
SKU: AP-53B
1 x APAT Summary Sheet (Pack of 25)   + $25.00
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APAT Test Booklet (Pack of 25)
SKU: AP-53A
1 x APAT Test Booklet (Pack of 25)   + $50.00
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APAT Kit
SKU: AP-53

Includes 25 Test Booklets; 25 Summary Sheets; Manual

1 x APAT Kit   + $130.00
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APAT Manual
SKU: AP-53M
1 x APAT Manual   + $55.00

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(APAT) Auditory Processing Abilities Test
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    BY DEBORAH ROSS SWAIN, EDD, AND NANCY LONG, PHD

    This new battery identifies children who have, or are at risk for, Auditory Processing Disorder. It pinpoints specific strengths and weaknesses and documents improvement in auditory processing skills as a result of therapeutic intervention.

    The APAT is comprised of 10 subtests: 

    • Phonemic Awareness
    • Word Sequences
    • Semantic Relationships
    • Sentence Memory
    • Cued Recall
    • Content Memory
    • Complex Sentences
    • Sentence Absurdities
    • Following Directions
    • Passage Comprehension

    The battery generates scores for each subtest, plus three composites: Linguistic Processing Index, Auditory Memory Index, and a Global Index that reflects overall auditory processing efficiency. Linguistic Processing and Auditory Processing tasks can be further analyzed to obtain measures of discrimination, sequencing, and cohesion, immediate recall, delayed recall, sequential recall, and cued recall.

    This highly useful battery gives you a complete and detailed picture of auditory processing skills, making it easier to design appropriate, targeted intervention.