The Northwestern University Auditory Test Number Six (NU-6) Form D (Lists 1-4) Short Interval is a phonetically balanced word recognition test that employs CNC words. The male talker has a General American dialect. The articulation function is approximately 4% /dB. There are four lists of 50 words each (200 words total). This NU-6 Form D product includes all of the same 200 NU-6 words as Form A, but they are presented in a different sequence to prevent memorization. The administration time for the short interval is 7-14 minutes instead of 10-19 minutes for the standard interval.
This short-interval version of the test gives the patient 2.5 seconds to respond instead of the standard four seconds. It is yet another way to effectively speed up administration time, but this version is not recommended for young children or the elderly. The administration time for the short interval is 7-14 minutes instead of 10-19 minutes for the standard interval.
The NU-6 Form D (Lists 1-4) Short Interval includes a) audio recording and b) printed word list. This product does not include instructions or normative data. It is assumed that purchasers of Auditec’s auditory tests are well trained in the use, purpose, and interpretation of basic tests. Available from Auditec, Inc. Call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order. FREE shipping within the contiguous US.
NU-6, Form D Lists 1-4 Short Interval; Item 110SI; Price $59.50 USD + S&H*
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