Psychological tests

Our center uses the following psychological tests:

Jelena Strebeleva’s Developmental Tests

Description: J. Strebeleva’s methodology is used to assess children’s mental development. This methodology can be used to distinguish children with special needs from children with age appropriate development.

Target group: Children aged 6 months to 7 years

PEP-R (Psychometrics and utility of Psycho Educational Profile-Revised)

Description: PEP-R is used to assess children with autism or related developmental disorders. The PEP-R provides information on developmental functioning in imitation, perception, fine motor, gross motor, eye-hand integration, cognitive performance and cognitive verbal areas. The PEP-R also identifies degrees of behavioural abnormality in relating and affect (cooperation and human interest), play and interest in materials, sensory responses and language.

Target group: Children aged 6 months to 7 years

NEPSY II (A Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment)

Description: NEPSY II is designed to assess neuropsychological development and provide insights regarding academic, social and behavioural difficulties in preschool and school-age children. Test assesses six functional domains, including attention and executive functioning, language, memory and learning, sensorimotor, social perception and visuospatial processing.

Target group: Children aged 3 to 16 years

LOTCA (Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment)

Description: LOTCA is a series of tests that evaluate generic cognitive abilities. It consists of subtests divided into four areas: orientation, visual and spatial perception, visual-motor organization and thinking operations.

Target group: Children aged 6 to 12 years and adults

CERAD (Consortium to Establish Registry for Alzheimer’s Disease)

Description: CERAD is a clinical assessment tool that consists of a battery of brief evaluations designed to gather demographic, clinical, neurological and neuropsychological data on cognitively impaired subjects, sufficient to establish a clinical diagnosis of dementia. The test also detects deterioration of language, memory, praxis and general intellectual status.

Target group: Adults

CMPS (Cesarec-Marke Personality Scheme)

Description: The CPMS is a normative self-report measure of psychogenic needs. There are 165 questions on the CMPS to capture respondents’ achievement motivation. The CMPS consists of 11 subscales that measure achievement, affiliation, aggression, defense of status, guilt feelings, dominance, exhibition, autonomy, nurturance, order and succorance.

Target group: Adults

WRI (Worker Role Interview)

Description: Worker Role Interview (WRI) is an assessment tool designed to identify psychosocial and environmental factors, which influence a person’s ability to return to work after sickness or injury.
The WRI consists of a semi-structured interview and a four-point rating scale, which indicates how items like personal causation, values, interests, roles, habits and environment impact return to work.

Target groupp: Working age adults