CAPs is a revolutionary assessment that uses video scenes of real people in social situations to assess an examinee’s ability to understand and use pragmatic language, including nonverbal cues, as well as overall dynamics of social context. The videos depict real-life situations.
AGES: 7 to 18 years
SCORES: Scaled scores and percentiles for each of the 6 tests; standard scores and percentiles for 3 index scores (Pragmatic Judgment, Pragmatic Performance, Paralinguistic) and 1 overall score (Core Pragmatic Language Composite)
NORMS: Based on a sample of 914 children and young adults in the U.S. between the ages of 7 years, 0 months and 18 years, 11 months matching U.S. Census data and stratified within each age group by gender, race/ethnic group, geographic region, and socioeconomic status