NTID Speech-Reading Video©

The speaker in the NTID Speech-Reading Video© (also known as the CID Sentences Video) is Diane Castle, Ph.D., audiologist and former NTID faculty member. It has been used as a test of speech-reading and auditory recognition at NTID since 1972. There are ten sets of ten sentences each. The purpose of this test is to assess the ability to receive information when:

a) Speech-reading alone
b) Speech-reading and listening combined.
c) Listening alone.

The sentences are from the CID Everyday Speech sentences developed by Central Institute for the Deaf in concert with the criteria set forth by the Committee on Hearing and Bio-Acoustics (CHABA) of the National Research Council. These criteria specified that sentences should closely resemble “everyday speech” in such parameters as vocabulary, sentence length, syntactical structure and redundancy.

The information gleaned from the use of this video will help the professional describe functional receptive communication skills and may be used to assist in planning aural rehabilitation.

The NTID Speech-Reading Video© includes: a) DVD, and b) manual. The 25-page manual is comprised of instructions, test lists, and interim interlist equivalency data. The test DVD may be played back via a DVD player with a remote control or via a computer employing the DVD media player software. Available from Auditec, Inc.. Use the “Buy Now” button below or call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order. FREE shipping within the contiguous US

NTID© Speech-Reading Video© (DVD Format); Item NTID1; Price $195.00+S&H* 
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Temporal Category

The following items are either categorized as “Temporal” or contain some portion that is considered “Temporal.” Click on the test name to learn more about the product.

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Non-Verbal/Non-Linguistic Category

The following items use tones or sounds to test instead of language. Click on the test name to learn more about the product.

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MULTIPLE AUDITORY PROCESSING ASSESSMENT VERSION 2 (MAPA 2)©

The MAPA-2© is a comprehensive assessment of auditory processing and listening skills. It may be used as a screener to be followed by other behavioral or physiological tests or it may be used for a preliminary diagnosis in the auditory area. The test is administered via CD and can be used in a clinical setting or a sound booth. Administration time is 30-40 minutes.

The MAPA-2 includes eight different subtests in the three domains (monaural, temporal, and binaural) that ASHA and AAA recommend for auditory processing assessment along with the Scale of Auditory Behaviors, a 12-item parent or teacher completed questionnaire of listening behaviors.

Monaural: Evaluate an individual’s ability to use low redundancy information.

  1. Monaural-Selective Attention Test (MSAAT): Assesses an individual’s ability to recognize monosyllabic words with and without competing background noise of high-interest speech
  2. Speech in Noise for Children (SINCA): Assesses an individual’s ability to recognize monosyllabic word pairs presented with competing pink noise at progressively decreasing signal-to-noise ratios

    Temporal: Evaluate an individual’s ability to use acoustic information over time.

  3. Tap Test: Assesses an individual’s ability to recognize and label an auditory pattern
  4. Pitch Pattern Test: Assesses an individual’s ability to use cues including rate and pattern and to label what is heard

    Binaural: Evaluate an individual’s ability to use unique information presented simultaneously to each ear.

  5. Dichotic Digits: Assesses an individual’s ability to recognize digit sequences when digit pairs are presented simultaneously to each ear
  6. Competing Sentences: Assesses an individual’s ability to recognize more complex language sequences presented simultaneously to each ear

    Supplemental Subtests: Additional tests that can be used to assess an individual’s skill in the temporal area.

  7. Duration Pattern Test: Assesses an individual’s ability to use cues including rate and pattern and to label what is heard
  8. Gap Detection Test: Assesses an individual’s temporal resolution abilities using intervals of varying length between stimuli

The MAPA 2© includes a) audio recording, b) manual, c) behavior forms (quantity: 25) , and d) score forms (quantity: 25). The extensive manual includes normative data for ages 7-14. Available from Auditec, Inc. Use the “Buy Now” button below or call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order. FREE shipping within the contiguous US.

MAPA 2© (CD Format); Item CD179-9; Price $215.00 US + S&H*
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Dichotic Digits – Standard©

The Dichotic Digits-Standard© test is an auditory processing disorder test using verbal stimuli. It is considered a dichotic test for binaural integration sensitive to brainstem, cortical, and corpus callosal lesions.

This established test assesses the ability to process different materials arriving at the ears simultaneously. Fifty sets of digits, one through nine (except seven, having two syllables) are presented either in single pairs or double pairs. The digits begin and end simultaneously. Administration time is approximately ten minutes.

Dichotic Digits-Standard© includes a) audio recording, and b) instructions and score forms as printable pdf files. The one-page instructions consist of administration, scoring, and interpretation information. Normative data¹ for double digits is included; however, it is only available for ages 11 and up. Available from Auditec, Inc. Use the “Buy Now” button below or call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order.  FREE shipping to the contiguous US.

Dichotic Digits-Standard© (CD Format); Item 197; Price $94.75 USD + S&H*
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¹If age-specific normative data for ages 7 and up is needed, consider purchasing the Dichotic Digits-Musiek version instead.

⇒Did you know Auditec sells a therapy designed for persons with specific ear deficits on dichotic listening tests called the Constraint-Induced Auditory Therapy (CIAT)?

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Speech In Noise Category

The following items are speech in noise recordings. Click on the item name to learn more about the product.

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Spanish Category

The following products are auditory tests in the Spanish language. Click on the test name to learn more about the product.

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Monaural Low Redundancy Category

The following items are usually categorized as “Monaural Low Redundancy” tests or contain some portion that is considered “Monaural Low Redundancy.” Click on the test name to learn more about the product.

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Hearing Aid Evaluation Category

The following items are categorized as “Hearing Aid Evaluation” tests. Click on the test name to learn more about the product.

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LNT/MLNT©

The Lexical Neighborhood/Multisyllabic Lexical Neighborhood Tests (LNT-MLNT)© were developed primarily for use with cochlear implant children.  Determining the benefits of sensory aids (i.e. hearing aids or cochlear implants) is essential for the proper management of hearing impaired children.  Open-set word recognition tests have provided important diagnostic information relative to the benefits of sensory aids.  The information garnered from these tests indicates the extent of neural representation of words in a child’s long-term lexical memory.

The most used open-set word recognition test for children has been the PBK-50 lists.  However, it has been noted that for hearing-impaired children the PBK-50 does not assess the abilities of these children validly.  The LNT-MLNT© has been shown to be a more sensitive measure of spoken word recognition in these children.

The LNT-MLNT© was developed along theoretically motivated current models of spoken word recognition in listeners with hearing impairment.   The development of this test was based on the assumptions of the Neighborhood Activation Model (NAM), which proposes that words are organized into “similarity neighborhoods” based on their frequency of occurrence in the language and the number of phonemically similar words, or neighbors, within the lexical neighborhood.  A dense lexical neighborhood contains many phonemically similar words, whereas a sparse lexical neighborhood has few phonemically similar words.  Words that occur often and come from sparse lexical neighborhoods are easier for children to identify than words with the opposite lexical characteristics.

The stimulus words for this test were selected according to two criteria: 1. The words had to be familiar to young children with limited vocabularies. 2. The selection was based on current models (NAM) of word recognition and lexical access.  Stimuli on this test are separated into easy and hard word lists.

The LNT/MLNT© includes a) audio recording, and b) manual and score forms as printable pdf files. The nineteen-page manual includes administration information and normative data for children. Available from Auditec, Inc. Use the “Buy Now” button below or call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order. FREE shipping to the contiguous US.

Lexical Neighborhood Test/Multisyllabic Lexical Neighborhood Test (LNT/MLNT)© (CD Format); Item 205; Price $153.50 USD + S&H* 
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