(SLDT-E: NU) Social Language Development Test–Elementary: Normative Update

by Linda Bowers, Rosemary Huisingh and Carolyn M. LoGiudice
Scores
Updated norms based on the 2015 U.S. Census. New standard score metric for subtests and composites (M=10, SD=3; M=100, SD=15. All-new item analysis and item bias studies providing convincing evidence of content-description validity. All-new reliability an
Format
Individual
ADMIN TIME
45 minutes
Ages
6 years to 11 years, 11 months
Benefit
Measures language-based skills of social interpretation and interaction with friends to differentiate typically developing children from those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Publish Date
2016
Qualifications
Level C required.

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SLDT-E:NU Examiner Record Booklet (Pack of 25)
SKU: EM-206A
1 x SLDT-E:NU Examiner Record Booklet (Pack of 25)   + $42.00
Kits & Manuals
SLDT-E:NU Kit
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Includes 25 Examiner Record Booklets; Picture Book; Scoring Standards and Example Responses Book; Examiner's Manual; all in a sturdy storage box

1 x SLDT-E:NU Kit   + $224.00
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SLDT-E:NU Examiner's Manual
SKU: EM-206D
1 x SLDT-E:NU Examiner's Manual   + $77.00
SLDT-E:NU Picture Book
SKU: EM-206B
1 x SLDT-E:NU Picture Book   + $73.00
SLDT-E:NU Scoring Standards and Example Responses Book
SKU: EM-206C
1 x SLDT-E:NU Scoring Standards and Example Responses Book   + $32.00

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    The SLDT-E: NU assesses language-based skills of social interpretation and interaction with friends, the skills found to be most predictive of social language development. Specifically, it measures the language required to appropriately infer and express what another person is thinking or feeling within a social context, to make multiple interpretations, take mutual perspectives, and negotiate with and support their peers. These tasks reflect the developmental refinement of social language comprehension and expression and differentiate typically developing children from those with autism spectrum disorder.

    The SLDT-E: NU has four subtests, which require students to make inferences, interpret photographed scenes, and explain how they would resolve problems with peers. The Examiner’s Manual includes a comprehensive discussion of the test’s theoretical and research-based foundation, item development, standardization, administration and scoring procedures, norms tables, and guidelines for using and interpreting the test’s results. Reliability and validity studies were conductedwith individuals with typically developing language abilities and individuals who had previously been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.