- Consultation: Behavioral & Psychological Assessments
A Ph.D., licensed psychologist and a graduate student trained in assessment administration are available to provide consultation about administration and scoring of behavioral and psychological assessments. Investigators can also obtain assistance in the development of assessment protocol or to train project staff on assessment administration.
- Test Scanner and Scoring
An optical scanner designed to score machine-readable test forms and software to prepare score reports is available in Room 402. Scoring software for assessment tools from the lending library is loaded on a computer, also in Room 402.
- Assessment Library
A large, up-to-date library of tools to assess achievement, behavior, cognition, speech and language is available to be checked out on a short term basis by investigators. The tests are available for review and occasional use. An assessment should only be borrowed for one month.
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- Audiology Testing and Consultation
A licensed audiologist is available to conduct hearing screening and testing of research participants. Investigators can also request case consultation in complicated testing situations. Contact Jon C. Douglas, Au.D., CCC-A at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 263-5804.
- Eye-Tracking Laboratory
Eye-tracking equipment that can be used in behavioral studies with children and adulst is available to Waisman Center investigators in a lab on the 4th floor of the South Tower.
Contact Susan Vial at email@example.com or call 263-5192 to inquire about its use.
- Computer Programming Consultation
Staff is available to assist investigators with specialized programming applications to their research. Contact David Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 263-5899.