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Checklist for Autism Spectrum Disorder- Arabic version (CASDAR)
The CASD offers a quick, valid means of screening for, and diagnosing, children with Autism, regardless of age, IQ or Autism severity. It consists of a comprehensive list of 30 symptoms of Autism, scored as present (either currently, or in the past) or absent, based on a semi-structured interview with the parent; information from the child’s teacher or child care provider; observations of the child, and other available records. Studies show the CASD differentiates children with Autism from those with ADHD with 99.5 percent accuracy, and from typical children with 100 percent accuracy. It is equally effective in identifying children who have Autism and normal, or below normal, intelligence.
The Stroop Color and Word Test
The Stroop Color and Word Test provide a diagnosis of brain dysfunction, and the evaluation of stress, personality cognition and psychopathology. The Stroop phenomenon has been found to be useful in the identification of a number of significant disorders and has been recommended as a valuable test for ADD/ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and to ascertain the degree of independence likely to be achieved by individuals with frontal lobe disorders.
Merrill-Palmer Revised Scales-Of-Development (M-P-R) - Arabic Version
The Merrill-Palmer-Revised Scales of Development (M-P-R) assesses cognitive, social, emotional, self-help; together with fine and gross motor development in infants and children under the age of 6 months to 6 years old. It is an individually administered, norm-referenced measure. The M-P-R consists of four (4) discrete assessment batteries. Parent reports are given in the areas of Expressive Language, Social-Emotional Development, Social-Emotional Temperament, and Self-Help/Adaptive.
International Performance Scale - Arabic Version (Leiter-3)
The Leiter-3 is an individually administered test designed to assess cognitive functions in children, adolescents, and adults - from ages 3 years to 75+ years old. The test includes measures of non-verbal intelligence in fluid reasoning and visualization, as well as appraisals of non-verbal memory, attention, and cognitive interference. This third edition is the most recent and significant intelligence scale throughout the world.