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:
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
The Equivalence of Q-interactive® and Paper Scoring of Academic Tasks: Selected WIAT-III subtests
This is the fifth Q-interactive equivalence study. In this study, the equivalence of scores from digitally assisted and standard scorings of two subtests of the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test®—third edition (WIAT®–III; Wechsler, 2009), Oral Reading Fluency and Sentence Repetition, were evaluated.
Equivalence of Q-interactive-administered Cognitive Tasks: WAIS-IV (Q-interactive Technical Report 1)
Equivalence of Q-interactive-Administered Cognitive Tasks: WISC–IV (Q-interactive Technical Report 2)
Equivalence of Q-interactive Administered Cognitive Tasks: CVLT-II and Selected D-KEFS Subtests (Q-interactive Technical Report 3)
Equivalence of Q-interactive and Paper Administrations of Cognitive Tasks: Selected NEPSY®-II and CMS Subtests
We encourage you to visit this page frequently to learn more about new research studies that involve Q-interactive.