A new CAPD battery--multiple auditory processing assessment: factor analysis and comparisons with SCAN.

@article{Domitz2000ANC,
  title={A new CAPD battery--multiple auditory processing assessment: factor analysis and comparisons with SCAN.},
  author={D M Domitz and Ronald L Schow},
  journal={American journal of audiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={101-11}
}
Based on recommendations by Musiek & Chermak (1994, American Journal of Audiology, 3, 23-27) and ASHA (1996, American Journal of Audiology, 5(2), 41-54), a battery of four commonly used tests was selected and recorded for use in assessing school children. These tests were labeled the Multiple Auditory Processing Assessment (MAPA) and then administered to an initial sample of 81 third grade children, along with the SCAN screening test for auditory processing disorders. Afterward, several… CONTINUE READING
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