Spanish monosyllables consists of two lists of monosyllables randomized twice, (for a total of four lists) for word recognition. Because of the nature of the Spanish language, monosyllables is not recommended as a test of word recognition. It is made available for those who believe monosyllables should be employed in word recognition measurements.
Spanish Monosyllables includes a) audio recording, b) word list. Patient instructions in Spanish are provided, but this product does not include administration instructions or normative data. It is assumed that purchasers of Auditec’s products are well trained in their use, purpose, and interpretation.Available from Auditec, Inc. Call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order. FREE shipping to contiguous US locations.
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These tests are also available on the following product:
- Spanish Auditory Tests CD includes Spanish Trisyllables for SRT, Spanish Bisyllables & Monosyllables for Speech Discrimination, & Spanish Paired Compairison Sentences; Item CD103-9; Price $81.00 USD
⇒What is the difference between Spanish Monosyllables (Item 151) and the Spanish Monosyllables on the Spanish Auditory Test CD (Item CD103-9)? The Spanish Monosyllable recordings on Item 151 and CD103-9 are identical. Item 151 can be combined with other recordings as a custom CD; however, CD103-9 is a prepressed CD that cannot be combined with other recordings.
⇒Does Auditec offer a Spanish picture-pointing test for young children? No, consider employing a test with nonverbal stimuli such as the Sound Effects Recognition Test.