(SSI-4) Stuttering Severity Instrument, Fourth Edition

By Glyndon D. Riley

(SSI-4) Stuttering Severity Instrument, Fourth Edition

Benefits

Allows you to quickly quantify stuttering problems and evaluate the effectiveness of therapy

Ages

Over 2 years and 10 months

Admin Time

15-20 minutes

Format

Elicits and evaluates speech samples; individually administered

Scores

Scale scores ranging from 0 to 20

Norms

Based on an age-stratified sample of 72 preschool children, 139 school-aged children, and 60 adults

Publish Date

2009

Qualifications

Level C required.
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Kits

SSI-4 Kit

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Product #: EM-152

SSI-4 Kit

Includes 50 Test Record and Frequency Computation Forms; Subjective Stuttering Scales; Manual and Picture Plates

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Forms

SSI-4 Test Record And Frequency Computation Form (Pack of 50)

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SSI-4 Test Record And Frequency Computation Form (Pack of 50)

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Software

SSI-4 Scoring Software

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SSI-4 Scoring Software

Unlimited use. PC with Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP. Free U.S. Shipping

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Manuals & Resources

SSI-4 Manual And Picture Plates

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(SSI-4) Stuttering Severity Instrument, Fourth Edition

(SSI-4) Stuttering Severity Instrument, Fourth Edition

BY GLYNDON D. RILEY

The fourth edition of this enduring test offers updated norms, quicker administration, and computer scoring. Like previous versions, the SSI-4 evaluates speaking samples according to specific criteria:

Frequency—expressed as percentage of syllables stuttered

Duration—average length of the three longest stuttering events

Physical Concomitants—distracting sounds, facial grimaces, head movements, and arm and leg movements

Naturalness of Speech

Well suited to both clinical and research use, the SSI-4 continues to provide a reliable measure of stuttering severity.

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