Token Test 17+

CMI Technologies

Designed for iPad

    • $9.99



Token Test focuses on the quantification of the receptive function and short-term verbal memory of aphasics. The application is intended for professionals, particularly speech therapists, neurologists, neuropsychologists and psychologists. It contains two variations of the test, for children and adults, based on the study: The Token Test: A sensitive test to detect receptive disturbances in aphasics, De Renzi E., Vignolo LA., Brain 1962; 85:665-678.

What’s New

Version 3.00

Voice for tasks and speech rate can be selected.
Test results are stored locally.
Test results can be shared in a standard way.

Ratings and Reviews

Veryangryslp ,

Very disappointed

Would love to use this app but will not display the test. After instructions are given button for test does not work. Nothing for cost of app

hadtomakeupaname ,

True to the original token test

This is a very nice app. I do have some suggestions for the developers.
First, is it possible to have the program run autonomously? As it is, the directions are read aloud by the app but the examiner needs to press whether the actions taken by the patient are correct or not. this could be distracting for the patient because it cannot be hidden from them. Second, if the app can be made to run autonomously then the written instructions at the top of the screen would not be necessary. One more thing, it would be nice to change the voice to a native accent of the country you are again. As it is it is a very nice British accent.

Sarahmillion ,

Pretty good!

I work at a site where I don't have an office, and carrying everything I need is not possible. I was delighted to find this app. It has great potential.

I've used it with one client, with pretty drastically bad results--it is WAY too easy for someone to hit the "cancel" button on the screen layout. There's no "are you sure you want to cancel?" Question. Twenty minutes of work down the drain.

The second complaint is that the "instructions" are written across the top. Thus rendering the statistics for "auditory" comprehension obsolete. I made a little barrier so I could read it, but the client couldn't see. That worked ok.
Results should be saved on the app itself, not emailed to you.

Pretty good app. Should be cheaper, especially if they don't address these issues.

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