|Title:||Quick Neurological Screening Test, 3rd Edition (QNST-3)|
|Author:||Mutti, M., Martin, N.A., Sterling, H., & Spalding, N.|
|Description:||The Publisher took this test off the market “because of errors” and replaced it with a new version of the measure. the QNST-3R
The Quick Neurological Screening Test, 3rd Edition (QNST-3) is an individually administered, empirically based assessment of the development of motor coordination and sensory integration (both of which have been shown to relate to learning as well as to general daily functioning), seen as neurological soft signs (NSS), for individuals age 5 through geriatrics. The QSNT-3 consists of a series of 15 tasks that have been adapted from standard traditional neurological exams and development scales. Each QNST-3 task relates to learning, occupational functions, and activities of daily living. The QSNT-3 can be completed and scored in approximately 30 minutes.
|Age Range:||Both Children and Adults|
|Publisher:||No Longer Published.|
|Qualification Level:||Level B or 2|