SCAN-A: Test for Auditory Processing Disorders in Adolescents and Adults -Revised

SCAN-A: Test for Auditory Processing Disorders in Adolescents and Adults -Revised

Description

SCAN-3:A Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders in Adolescents and Adults (SCAN-3:A) is a battery of tests to detect auditory processing disorders in adolescents and adults. SCAN-3:A helps differentiate disorders from auditory comprehension skills and auditory attention difficulties.

SCAN-3:A Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders in Adolescents and Adults (SCAN-3:A) is a battery of tests to detect auditory processing disorders in adolescents and adults. SCAN-3:A helps differentiate disorders from auditory comprehension skills and auditory attention difficulties.

Author:

Robert W. Keith, PhD

Overview:

Determine presence of auditory processing disorders

Age Range:

12 through 50 years

Completion Time:

20 minutes

Norms:

Subtest and total test standard scores, percentile ranks

Publication Date:

1994

SCAN–3:A is now available.

  • Administer to clients who have normal hearing acuity, but poor understanding of speech when listening conditions are less than optimal.
  • Includes four subtests—Filtered Words, Auditory Figure Ground, Competing Words, and Competing Sentences.
  • Use with a portable audiocassette player with two sets of headphones and a “y” adapter.