Grounded in Solid Research

All of Q-interactive’s tests and subtests are backed by rigorous studies.

Research plays an integral role in all aspects of clinicians’ work. Q-interactive™ is no different; it has a solid foundation of research supporting its use. Prior to inclusion in the Q-interactive assessment library, each new type of subtest undergoes an equivalency study to evaluate whether scores generated via testing with Q-interactive are interchangeable with those generated via testing with our standard paper-and-pencil versions.

Currently, raw scores obtained using Q-interactive are interpreted using paper-pencil norms, and the equivalency studies provide support for the validity of this practice.  You can access findings from each of the equivalency studies below:

Technical Reports

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WISC-V Digital Coding and Symbol Search Subtests

Reliability, Validity, Special Group Studies, and Interpretation technical report that supports the use of the new fully digitized versions of Coding and Symbol Search subtests

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Equivalency Studies

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WISC®-V

The Equivalence of Q-interactive® and Paper Administrations of Cognitive Tasks: WISC-V

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WAIS-IV Equivalency Findings

WAIS®–IV

Equivalence of Q-interactive-administered Cognitive Tasks: WAIS-IV (Q-interactive Technical Report 1)

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WISC-IV Tech report

WISC®–IV

Equivalence of Q-interactive-Administered Cognitive Tasks: WISC–IV (Q-interactive Technical Report 2)

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WMS®-IV

Equivalence of Q-interactive and Paper Administration of WMS-IV UK Cognitive Tasks

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CVLT-II D-KEFS Tech Report

CVLT®-II and Selected D-KEFS™

Equivalence of Q-interactive Administered Cognitive Tasks: CVLT-II and Selected D-KEFS Subtests (Q-interactive Technical Report 3)

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NEPSY-II and CMS

Equivalence of Q-interactive and Paper Administrations of Cognitive Tasks: Selected NEPSY®-II and CMS Subtests

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We encourage you to visit this page frequently to learn more about new research studies that involve Q-interactive.



Special Group Studies



Usability Findings