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DTKI Determination Test for Children

C. Heidinger, J. Häusler & G. Schuhfried
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Aplicación

Assesses reactive stress tolerance, attention and reaction speed in children.
The DTKI is a complex multiple-choice reaction test that constantly requires rapid and varying reactions to quickly changing optical and acoustic stimuli. As a children’s version of the well-established Determination Test (DT) the DTKI combines a measurement method which has proved its success over many years with an innovative and child-friendly mode of presentation.

The level of difficulty depends primarily on the speed with which the stimuli change and on the number of different stimuli and responses which the respondent has to shift between. Stimulus presentation is adaptive, which means that the speed of presentation adapts to the child’s ability. The test is therefore used for investigations in the fields of clinical neuropsychology and sports psychology.

The child reacts to colored stimuli (colored fish) and acoustic signals (croaking frogs). Reactions are made by pressing the appropriate keys.

Formas de prueba

One test form.

Evaluación

The following main variable is scored:
Correct: Measure of the ability to respond quickly and appropriately in sustained reaction tasks.

Elementos de evaluación

Table
Profile
Working time
Confidence interval
Profile analysis
Test protocol
Item analysis protocol
Progress chart
Special diagrammatic representation of results
Personalized Word report
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Tipo de prueba

Special Ability Tests

Información de prueba

adaptive
modular
language-free item material
parallel test form
conforms to the Rasch-model
additional device required
high level of test security
wide norm spectrum
test form available for online presentation - open mode
links to CogniPlus
supervisor-supported testing

Idiomas

English
German
Polish
Russian
Serbian
Turkish

Duración

approx. 7-9 minutes

Edad

Norms for ages 6+.

Características especiales

Suitable for children and young people up to the age of 14.