What is Psycholinguistics? The goal of psycholinguistics is to explain how people learn, speak, and understand language. It is a multi-disciplinary field that combines psychology and linguistics. It also has ties to neuroscience and to education.
The Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities (ITPA) is a measure of the ability to acquire and use language and is suitable for children aged 4-8 years. It is currently in its 3rd version and this was developed by Samuel A. Kirk, James J. McCarthy, and Winifred D. Kirk. It was first published in 1961. The test covers 10 areas of functioning:
Auditory reception, Visual reception, Auditory association, Visual association, Verbal expression, Manual expression, Grammatic closure, Visual closure, Auditory sequential memory, and Visual sequential memory
This is a used kit with case, revised edition C. 1968. Comes with:
1-Carrying Case 1-Examiner's Manual 2-Picture Books 12-Record Forms Mutiples of each: Visual Closure Picture Strip Keys Visual Closure Picture Strips, D Visual Closure Picture Strips, 1 Visual Closure Picture Strips, 2 Visual Closure Picture Strips, 3 Visual Closure Picture Strips, 4 1-Visual Sequential Memory Booklet 17-Plastic Chips and Carrying Pouch 1- Rubber Tray ... read more