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Slosson educational tests and assessments for teachers, educators and other professionals, in schools, hospitals, and corrections.  Used to test students in regular and special education, remedial reading and math, intelligence, visual motor, speech language for school screening and forms for teachers to evaluation students' mental abilities.

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Main Category : S / (SAPSS) Slosson Auditory Perceptual Screener. Childs ability to Perceive Auditory Information. Excellent diagnosis for children with learning disabilities, auditory-perceptions, auditory processing and language skills. From raw Scores to Standard Scor
(SAPSS-2) SAPSS Manual
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Slosson Auditory Perceptual Skill Screener NEW(SAPSS)

Bradley T. Erford

Age: 5 – 10
Administration: 15 minutes
Scoring: 3 – 5 minutes

The SAPSS is a well-standardized, norm-referenced assessment of a child’s ability to perceive auditory information. The three subtests include Auditory Word Discrimination, Auditory Figure-Ground, and Auditory Filtered Words. Each subtest is an important component of auditory-perception, auditory processing, and language skills. The SAPSS is helpful in diagnosing children with learning disabilities, auditory-perceptual deficiencies, and auditory processing disorders. An Auditory Reception subtest is available to assess a child’s basic auditory acuity. The subtests are administered using a standardized audiotape, tape recorder, and headphones.

The SAPSS can be administered by psychologists, learning specialists, educational diagnosticians, resource specialists, reading specialists, speech and language pathologists, audiologists, occupational therapists, teachers, counselors, and other specialists.

The SAPSS allows the conversions of raw scores to standard scores, percentile ranks, interpretive ranges and age-equivalents for each subtest individually. All three subtests can be combined into a Total Standard Score and percentile rank. Standard error of measurement ranges are also provided.

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