IVA-AE2 Report Examples

Clinical ReportProvides clinicians with a way to integrate an extensive amount of clinical data into a concise comprehensive report. To prepare the report, the IVA-AE2 test requires that the clinician answer a series of key questions relevant to the clinician’s diagnostic decision making process.
Standard ReportProvides the essential information needed to help guide the clinician in formulating her diagnosis. It reviews the test validity and provides an overview of the Global IVA-AE2 scales.
Detailed ReportUses information from the IVA-AE2 test, available rating scale data, and information regarding the presence of ADHD-type symptoms before the age of twelve, if applicable, to help the examiner interpret the IVA-AE2 test results for diagnostic purposes.
Comprehensive ReportThe longest and most detailed report available. Includes all of the scales reviewed in the Standard and Detailed reports. It also provides additional component scale data and interpretation of all of the scales is in a more detailed format.
Sustained Attention ReportIdentifies an individual’s ability to maintain his attention under low demand conditions and to stay on task when environmental distractors occur.
Comparative ReportCompares data from any two test administrations for the purpose of evaluating treatment interventions, or identifying changes due to various factors.
High/Low Demand ReportCompares the test-taker’s performance under engaging, demanding conditions with his performance under low demand, more boring conditions.
Sensory Modality ReportCompares auditory and visual processing abilities to help identify appropriate interventions or accommodations.
Rating Scale ReportProvides the examiner with a summary of symptoms based solely on the ADHD rating scales. It includes a description of the ADHD symptoms and a summary of the ADHD rating scale data collected.
Split Test ReportExamines differences in the test taker’s performance between the first and second halves of the test.
Standard Scale AnalysisUsed to obtain a quick overview of the data interpreted in the Standard Report. It helps the examiner identify how an individual performed relative to others’ of the same sex and age group.
Mental Concentration AnalysisA global measure of attentional functioning. This analysis is based on measures of self-control, presence, resilience, and agility.
Sustained Attention AnalysisProvides a global measure of a person's ability to respond to stimuli under low demand conditions accurately, quickly, and reliably. In addition, it includes an assessment of the ability to sustain attention and be flexible under high demand conditions when stimuli change.
Comparative AnalysisProvides a clear visual comparison between the quotient scale scores of two selected tests. These graphs and tables provide data that can help the clinician review the effectiveness of their treatment interventions or examine changes in the client’s functioning.
High/Low AnalysisMeasures the test taker’s functioning under high demand conditions when target stimuli are frequent and compares it with performance under low demand conditions when target stimuli are infrequent.
Sensory Modality AnalysisProvides a side-by-side comparison of performance in the visual and auditory modalities so a clinician can identify whether any significant differences existed in the two sensory inputs.
Quintile Response AnalysisTracks a test taker's performance on each quintile of the test. This analysis provides information about the individual's stamina and performance over the duration of the test.
Trial Response DataProvides a detailed listing of the test-taker's response to each of the IVA-AE2 trials (1000 for the extended test, 500 for each of the parts of the test), plus the raw data from the Warm-Up. Errors are classified by type and tabulated at the end of the analysis to show how many errors loaded onto each Primary scale.
Response Time DistributionProvides a graphical readout of the Consistency and Focus scales.
Split Test AnalysisProvides a measure of the difference in attentional and response control functioning between the first 500 trials of an Extended test and the second 500 trials of an Extended test. The Split-Test Analysis is only available for extended test administrations.