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19 Field Interest Inventory (19 FII) F.A. Fouché & N.F. Alberts This inventory measures the vocational interests of high school learners in Grades 10 to 12, students and adults in 19 broad fields of interest, viz. Fine Arts; Performing Arts; Language; Historical; Service; Social Work; Sociability; Public Speaking; Law; Creative Thought;.....read more

Career Portfolio: Curriculum based   Dr. L. Beekman Activities in the Career Portfolio Activity Books for Grade 8-9 and 10-12 have been designed according to the learning outcomes for the domain of career choice and world of work in the National Curriculum for the learning area “Life Orientation” in South African schools.  The Grade 8-9.....read more

Career Portfolio (General) Dr. L. Beekman The rationale for the Career Portfolio Activity Workbook is to provide activities for qualitative assessment and to facilitate self and career exploration in the counselling practice of career psychology professionals who follow a post-modern counselling approach and for Life Orientation teachers who are.....read more

Dictionary of Holland Occupational Codes, 3rd Edition G.D. Gottfredson, Ph.D. & J.L. Holland, Ph.D. This volume is a “translation” of the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) and its Supplements into the Holland classification system. The Holland classification uses six main categories--Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social,.....read more

Differential Aptitude Tests Form K (DAT-K) – 2008 edition   Background The Differential Aptitude Tests Form K (DAT-K) was developed by the Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa and was first released in 2000. The DAT-K contained nine aptitude tests and can provide a profile of relative strengths and weaknesses. The reference group.....read more

Differential Aptitude Tests – Forms R, S, K and L (DAT) K. Owen & H.N. Vosloo The Differential Aptitude Tests are a series of differential aptitude tests constructed to assess some facets of intellectual functioning. Included among these are the following: abstract reasoning ability, language ability, processing speed, mechanical insight etc......read more

Differential Aptitude Tests Form L (DAT-L) – Norms for Namibia (2013)   The need for culture-specific psychometric tests led to the Namibian Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare’s decision in 2012 to standardise the DAT-L for the Namibian context. Mindmuzik Media was requested to assist in this process. The standardisation was also done.....read more

Geist Picture Interest Inventory H. Geist, Ph.D. This test is widely used (nearly a million administered), especially with culturally different and educationally deprived individuals, to identify vocational and avocational interests. It requires a minimum of language because items ask the examinee to simply circle the one picture in a series.....read more

Jung Personality Questionnaire (JPQ) L.B.H. du Toit   The Jung Personality Questionnaire is based on the personality theory of Carl Gustav Jung and was constructed to serve as an aid in vocational guidance, especially at schools. The JPQ gives a profile of a person’s personality structure within the framework of Jung’s typology. It is,.....read more

Junior Aptitude Test (JAT) F.A. Verwey & J.J. Wolmarans The aim of the JAT is to measure certain aptitudes with a view to using the results together with other results and data with respect to learners, as an aid in guidance in Grades 7, 8, 9 and 10. The JAT also provides the estimated IQ of a learner. The JAT consists of ten tests,.....read more

Senior Aptitude Test (SAT) F.A. Fouche & F.A. Verwey The aim of the SAT is to measure a number of aptitudes of Grades 10, 11 and 12 learners, as well as for adults. The results can also be used for guidance and selection purposes. A fairly reliable estimated IQ for persons in the age group 14 to 18 years can also be obtained through the SAT.....read more

The Career Development Questionnaire (CDQ) R. Langley The Career Development Questionnaire was developed to provide an instrument evaluating the level of career maturity and readiness of adolescents and young adults to make career decisions. Assessment is made in five areas: Self-information, Decision-making, Career information, Integration of.....read more

The Self-Directed Search Questionnaire (SDS) J. Gevers, R. du Toit & R. Harilall The purpose of this questionnaire is to measure the occupational interests of all high school pupils and young adults of different cultural backgrounds. The inventory consists of four sections, each of which is structured around Holland’s six personality types,.....read more

The South African Vocational Interest Inventory (SAVII) R. du Toit The purpose of the SAVII is to measure the occupational interests of all South African learners in Grades 8 to 12.The questionnaire consists of 126 items, divided into six fields of 21 items each: Practical Realistic (P) Scientific Investigative (W) Artistic.....read more

The Values Scale (VS) R. Langley, R. Du Toit & D.L. Herbst The Values Scale was developed to provide an instrument measuring the following values: Ability utilization;  Achievement; Advancement; Aesthetics; Altruism; Authority; Autonomy; Creativity; Cultural identity; Economic rewards; Financial security; Own lifestyle; Personal.....read more


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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Test–Second Edition (ADHDT-2)


The Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Test, now in its second edition helps teachers, parents, and clinicians identify ADHD in individuals and estimate its severity. It’s based on the 2013 diagnostic criteria for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder adopted by the APA and published in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5).

 

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Autism Interventions: Exploring the Spectrum of Autism–Second Edition 

 

Autism Interventions provides the most current assessment and intervention techniques, based on best practice and up-to-date research, for children on the Autism Spectrum. This practical and valuable tool offers holistic, dynamic, and effective intervention strategies and treatment plans to improve the functioning of individuals with autism.

 

 

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