- De la Rosa Research

Motor Behavior
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Cognitive Tools
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Contents
Motor Behavior &
Cognitive Tools
Motor Learning & Control
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Timing
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Perception
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Psycho-Diagnostic Testing
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Cognitive Rehabilitation
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Index
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Customer Information
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Since 1947 Lafayette Instrument Company has provided
laboratory instrumentation that has been the foundation
of scientific literature in the fields of Motor Behavior,
Movement Sciences, Psychology, Behavioral Sciences
and the Neurosciences, just to name a few. Lafayette
Instrument Company is proud to have been a pioneer in
the development of these disciplines. With this knowledge
base and experience, combined with our propensity for
technology, Lafayette Instrument Company is poised to
continue our role in the future development of these areas.
This catalog is representative of our commitment to the
fields of Motor Behavior, Movement Science and Psychology
through new product development. We continue to improve
upon our preeminent products as well, so that we can
continue to offer you state-of-the-art instrumentation for your
teaching, research and assessment needs.
As part of our on going commitment to advance the stateof-the-art, we continue to expand our products’ capabilities.
Our new MO ART system, for measuring a variety of reaction
time, movement time and tapping modalities with response
to various stimuli is unsurpassed in its flexibility and accuracy.
The system can be used in a stand-alone mode or it can be
connected to a computer. Our PsymSoft Windows based
experiment designer allows the user to design many types
of experiments with automatic data collection and rich
reporting. The PsymSoft program can be used with our new
Bassin Anticipation Timer, Stability Platform and future devices
such as the Rotary Pursuit.
We also offer a sophisticated tool for a large number of
highly diverse psycho-diagnostic tests, the Schuhfried VTS
computer-assisted system. Schuhfried’s RehaCom system
is for use in the cognitive rehabilitation and training of both
children and adults.
Finally, our commitment also includes our desire to stay in
constant contact with our customers. We appreciate your
comments, suggestions, and support in our continuous quest
to supply both innovative and quality instrumentation.
Thank you for taking time to explore our Motor Behavior and
Cognitive Tools catalog. Experience is everything… let ours
work for you!
Respectfully,
Terry Echard
Vice President
Manager, Life Sciences
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IF YOU DO NOT FIND THE INSTRUMENTATION OR SOFTWARE THAT YOU NEED, PLEASE CONTACT US WITH YOUR
REQUIREMENTS. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO FURTHER ASSIST YOU IN MEETING YOUR NEEDS.
Motor Learning & Control
Pullman Spiral Acquisition & Analysis, Model 35910
Pullman Spiral Analysis is a noninvasive novel test that quantifies upper limb motor function based on
kinematic and physiologic features derived from handwritten Archimedean spirals. The Pullman Spiral
Analysis characterizes upper limb motor function with greater refinement, accuracy and objectivity than
the clinical exam alone. Pullman Spiral Acquisition uses a digitizing tablet and writing pen connected to
a computer to record position, force and time measurements from the handwritten spirals. Mathematical
analyses quantify the kinematic parameters as well as other spiral features including shape, drawing
speed, tightness of loops, and physiologic and essential tremor.
The system can be used to study the details of normal
motor control, quantify normal and abnormal motor
development, analyze movement disorders such as
Parkinson’s disease, tremor disorders or dystonia. Spiral
analysis output consists of report of specific indices
with visually striking graphical representations.
Spirals drawn by people can be lopsided, tremorous,
or otherwise irregular in ways that are reflective of
their clinical condition.
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Stability Platform, Model 16030
The Stability Platform measures balancing ability,
which is essential to successfully performing many
activities. The Model 16030 Stability Platform
features fully integrated timing functions for test
control and electronic angle measurement for
unsurpassed accuracy. The platform control allows
a wide range of user controlled parameters
including variable test times, selectable angle
limits, and digital tilt angle readout. With the
Stability Platform’s rugged design and electronic
capabilities, it will provide many years of reliable
operation.
Optional Accessories
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Hand Rail, Model 16030SR - (Optional
hand rail to assist subject in balancing or
entering and exiting the platform.)
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PsymSoft - Psychomotor Software, Model
35800 - (Windows® based psychomotor
experiment software.) Details of PsymSoft
on page 12:
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Tension Strap Kit, Model 16030TS
16030
Control box
Electronic Specifications:
Angle Measurement Resolution:
Platform Tilt Range:
Measurement Limit Range:
Angle Limit Setting Resolution:
Analog Output Voltage Range:
Analog Output Resolution:
Analog Output Rate:
Analog Output Time:
Test/Rest Time Limit:
Test/Rest Time Resolution:
Repeat Cycle Limit:
Test Timing Resolution:
Timing Accuracy:
Power Supply:
Event Mark Output:
1.0°
± 30°
± 90°
1.0°
0-5 Volts
.028V/°
25 samples/sec
0.040 sec/sample
999 sec
1.0 sec
25
0.001 sec
.005%
10V external adapter
0-5V TTL
16030TS
Platform Specifications:
Platform Dimensions:
Overall Dimensions:
Platform Material:
Frame Material:
4
42” x 25.5”
42” x 38” x 22”
3/4” Plywood
1/8” Aluminum
Motor Learning & Control
Standard Rotary Pursuit, Model 30010A
Replacement Stylus with Flexible Tip, Model 30100F
30010A
This apparatus is commonly used in the study of perceptual
motor-skills and learning phenomena. The standard rotary
pursuit has a rotating 10” anodized disk with a 0.75” target spot
placed at a 3.125” radius from the disk center. The subject’s task
is to maintain contact between the target spot and a metal
wand. An internal timer automatically alternates between a
20-second test period and 20-second rest period. The use of an
external interval timer allows for variable test and rest periods.
This model has motor speeds of 15, 30, 45 and 60 revolutions per
minute. An internal counter/timer counts time on target. With
the use of an additional external ounter, you can count time on
target and the number of times the wand leaves the target.
Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit, Model 30014A
Replacement Stylus, Model 30105A
Circle Template, Model 30108
Square Template, Model 30109
Triangle Template, Model 30110
30014A
The photoelectric rotary pursuit may be used to assess general
perceptual motor learning across such parameters as handedness,
transfer of training, distribution of practice, and hand-eye
coordination. The subject’s task is to follow a rotating light with
a photocell tipped wand. The features of this model provide the
examiner with digital control and the ability to monitor many
testing variables. The keypad interface and LCD display provide
control over the speed of the disk, direction of rotation, test time,
rest time, number of test cycles, and sensitivity of the photocell
wand. During the test, the unit monitors: the time on target, time off
target, number of target hits, number of revolutions completed, and
number of test cycles remaining. The unit also allows for computer
control and monitoring through a standard serial port connection.
Functional Specifications:
Power Supply:
Speed Range:
Direction:
Test Time:
Rest Time:
Stimulus Sensitivity:
# of Cycles:
Revolution Counter:
Accuracy of Timers:
24VDC @ 0.4A, 2.1mm Center Positive DC Plug
5 to 99RPM
CW / CCW Selectable
1 to 9,999 Seconds with 1 Second Resolution
1 to 9,999 Seconds with 1 Second Resolution
0 to 9 (9= Maximum Sensitivity)
1 to 99
0 to 9,999 Revolutions with 1 Revolution Resolution
+/- 1mS
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Auto Scoring Mirror Tracer, Model 58024A
Replacement Mirror and Base, Model 58024M
Replacement Stylus, Model 32533B
Mirror Tracer Connection Cable, Model 32533C
Replacement Star, Model 32532A
58024A
This tracing device involves reversal ability, hand-eye coordination
and learning. Subject is required to trace the star pattern while
watching only its mirror image. This automated unit comes with a
Model 58024C Impulse Counter which counts every time the metaltipped stylus leaves the anodized star pattern.
31010
Mirror Tracer, Model 31010
Replacement Tracing Stars, Model 31110
This mirror tracer requires the subject to reverse visual cues and
to trace a mirrored star pattern onto paper. Both this unit and the
automated mirror tracer have a shield to hide subject’s hand from
view while tracing. Mirror and shield fold down for easy storage.
20017
Automatic Tally Maze, Model 20017
The automatic tally maze attaches to our Multifunction Timer/
Counter, Model 54035A (not included) to record errors and time
required for completion. While wearing a blindfold (blindfold not
included), subject traces along the anodized pattern with a metal
stylus. Reduction in number of errors for successive trials is a useful
demonstration of learning and memory.
Two-Arm Coordination Test, Model 32532
Replacement Star, Model 32532A
Replacement Stylus, Model 32532S
Mirror Tracer Connection Cable, Model 32533C
This is a test of motor coordination and learning which requires both
arms to work together. The subject’s task is to move the metal pointer
around the anodized star pattern without leaving the pattern. A
Counter or Timer/Counter is required for data collection.
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32532
Motor Learning & Control
Pyramid Puzzle, Model 20013
20013
Our pyramid puzzle has been adapted from the well-known
Tower of Hanoi puzzle. The subject is required to move the stack
of graduated blocks from one pole to another, by moving them
only one at a time and without ever placing a larger block
atop a smaller block. This is a useful tool for demonstrating
problem solving, insight learning and concept formation.
Pencil Maze, Model 20014
20014
While blindfolded, an individual is required to trace through the
maze from start to finish. An 8.5” x 11” sheet of blank paper fits
between the maze and its frame so that a permanent record
of performance is made. Test performance illustrates spatial
memory processes and problem solving. Blindfold not included.
Card Sorting Box, Model 20011
Extra Cards (150/pkg), Model 20020
This apparatus has been designed to trace progress in motor learning which requires rapid recognition and
hand-eye coordination. While under time pressure, subject is required to place numbered cards into the
corresponding numbered slot. This unit comes with 15-hole (backless) sorting box, 10 sets of 15 numbered
cards and extra numbers for rearranging slots.
32520
Etch-A-Sketch with Overlay, Model 32520
Based on the traditional model, this modified Etch-A-Sketch has
a maze overlay that allows the user to practice both two-hand,
and hand-eye coordination while maneuvering through the
maze. To create an alternate test paradigm, the apparatus
may be turned 180o to reverse both maze pattern and control
usage.
Linear Movement Apparatus, Model 31202
This apparatus can be used for motor learning tasks and
assessments of temporal or spatial memory. It consists of a cube
mounted on a pipe with bearings. Subject’s task is to move the
cube at a specified distance or speed without external cues.
To evaluate the subject’s ability to judge these dimensions, an
LCD readout displays the distance the cube is moved. This unit
employs two magnetic micro-switches that can be used for
time measurement.
31202
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Motor Learning & Control
Steadiness Tester, Groove Type, Model 32010
Replacement Stylus, Model 32100
32010
This device tests dynamic steadiness. The subject is required to move
a metal-tipped stylus along a narrowing channel without touching
the sides. The channel width can be adjusted for varying difficulty.
Centimeter markings along the edge allow measurement of a subject’s
performance. Silent Impulse Counter Model 58024C can be used to
detect errors. Multi-Function Timer Counter Model 54035A or Economy
Clock/Counter Model 54060 can be used to detect errors and measure
total time in error.
Steadiness Tester, Hole Type, Model 32011
Replacement Stylus, Model 32100
The subject’s task is to hold a metal-tipped stylus in 9 progressively
smaller hole sizes without touching the sides. The effects of: steadiness
of handedness, exercise, smoking, alcohol ingestion and other factors
can be observed. Performance curves can be analyzed for practice
effects and fatigue. Silent Impulse Counter Model 58024C can be
used to detect errors. Multi-Function Timer Counter Model 54035A or
Economy Clock/Counter Model 54060 can be used to detect errors
and measure total time in error.
32011
32012
Tapping Board Test, Model 32012
Replacement Stylus, Model 32102
This apparatus helps evaluate an elementary psychomotor skill. While
using a metal-tipped stylus, the subject’s task is to tap, as rapidly as
possible, the two fixed 0.75” square plates at each end of an 18” board.
A Model 58024C Silent Impulse Counter can be used for data collection.
Adult / Adolescent Finger Tapper, Model 32726
32726
Used as a measure of finger tapping speed, or oscillation, which can
act as an indicator of psychomotor disruption. The finger tapper is used
to measure the maximum oscillation rate of the index finger. The subject
pushes down on the circular paddle attached to a counter as rapidly as
possible for a timed period.
*A stopwatch (not included) is required for this test.
Tactile Form Recognition, Model 32736
By using touch, the blind folded subject tries to match a shape in one
hand to a shape touched on the board with the other hand. Norms for
ages 5-14 are included.
Individual Blindfold Mask, Model 33011
Single blindfold mask for use by subjects.
Blindfold Masks (4/pkg), Model 33010
Set of four Model 33011
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33011
Timing
MO ART Reaction Time/Movement Time Panel with psymcon control, Model 35600
MO ART Reaction Time/Movement Time Panel only, Model 35601
We are proud to introduce our new system of reaction time measurement, the MultiOperational Apparatus for Reaction Time (MO ART) system. With MO ART you can employ
simple reaction time tasks such as
Go/No Go tasks for the study
of higher centers of the brain,
and more complex discriminate
reaction time tasks to study
cognitive processing. The system
may also be used to study
executive functioning through
the use of an interference
tapping task. While subjects are
required to attend to a reaction
time task they must execute a
simultaneous tapping task.
35600
MO ART’s main menu allows the user to select one of the following six test types:
1. Simple Reaction Time: Choose either simple stimulus with response or Go/No Go reaction
paradigm.
2. Choice Reaction Time: Choose from multiple stimuli and multiple responses.
3. Simple Reaction/Movement: Choose either simple stimulus with response or Go/No Go reaction
paradigm with an added movement response.
4. Choice Reaction/Movement: Subject starts from a single key and responds to one of multiple
response keys based on stimulus presented.
5. Simple Tap Test: The subject taps one key as quickly as possible during a timed test period.
6. Complex Tap Test: The subject alternately taps two separate keys as quickly as possible for a
predetermined test time.
Additional Tests w/PsymSoft:
Reaction Time + Tapping Test: The subject is instructed to perform a reaction time test while
simultaneously performing a tapping task.
Within each of these test types, the user can set several variable parameters to meet their needs.
These parameters include: Choice of Stimulus, Reaction Method, Cue Type, Length of Cue, Error Types,
Response Time Out and Random Presentation.
Functional Specifications:
Stimulus:
Reaction/Movement Keys:
Cue:
Cue Time:
Cue Time Range:
Error Type:
Response Time Out:
Tapping Duration:
Power Requirements:
Computer Connection:
Timing Resolution/Accuracy:
Dimensions:
Control Interface:
Choice of (9) tricolor lights, high tone or low tone, random or fixed presentation
(10) touch sensitive keys with inner and outer target hotspots for accuracy measurement
Choice of tricolor light, high tone, low tone, or auxiliary outputs
Fixed, random, or none
Variable from 0 - 25.5 seconds, 0.1 second resolution
Early response, no response, incorrect response or inaccurate response
Variable from 0 - 25.5 seconds, 0.1 second resolution
Variable from 0 - 255 seconds, 1.0 second resolution
12VDC, 1.0 Amp supplied with AC adapter
USB
1.0 millisecond ± .001%
21.0” x 11.2” x 2.5”
Lafayette Instrument’s PsymCon Model 35500 or PsymSoft Model 35800, Lafayette
Instrument’s psychomotor data collection instrument control software for movement
sciences
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35602
Single Touch Key with Stimulus for MO ART, Model 35602
Auxiliary Single Touch Key with Stimulus to be used with the MO ART
Reaction Time/Movement Time Panel Model 35600, auxiliary key
input.
35603
Footswitch Response Pad for MO ART, Model 35603
Footswitch response option to be used with the MO ART Reaction
Time/Movement Time Panel Model 35600, auxiliary input.
Switch Mat 17” x 23”, Model 63515
Switch Mat 6” x 22”, Model 63516
Switch Mat 23” x 35”, Model 63517
Switch Mat 30” x 32”, Model 63518
63516
Vinyl, heat-sealed mats have an 8-foot cable terminated in
standard banana plug connectors. Mats require 5 pounds
nominal pressure for activation.
Electronic Voice Reaction Time, Model 63040A
This apparatus acts as a dual-channel, solid state, voice relay.
Each channel is independent and may be activated by either a
piezo microphone, a throat microphone, or a manual push-button
supplied with each unit. A microprocessor is employed to provide
overall control of the unit’s functions. It operates in four different
modes: Latched, Non-latched, Sequential or Non-sequential.
A total of up to three relay outputs may be used with external
devices such as; counters, timers or external stimulus devices. This
unit uses solid state relays to prevent high frequency noise from
causing false triggering of the analog circuitry, as can happen
with solenoid relays.
63040A
Visual Choice Reaction Time, Model 63035A
This device can be used to measure pure reaction time and
simple and discriminative reaction/movement times. You can
also use two or more of these units together to demonstrate how
reaction time increases as a function of the number of stimulusresponse alternatives in a task. Each unit is equipped with four,
color stimulus lamps (red, blue, green and white), one 2800Hztone stimulus, and five response keys. 15 feet of cable and a
shield at the operator’s console separate the operator from the
subject. An external timing device, Multi-Function Timer/Counter
Model 54035A or an Economy Clock/Counter Model 54060 is
required for time measurement, but is not included.
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63035A
Timing
Bassin Anticipation Timer, Model 35575
35575
Dr. Stanley Bassin originally developed the Bassin Anticipation Timer
at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. One of the
applications of the unit is to test the area of human visual acuity
related to eye-hand coordination and anticipation. The subject
is instructed to watch a light as it travels down the runway. They
must anticipate the light reaching the target and press a pushbutton, or perform some other action, to coincide with the arrival
of the light at the target. The new version of the Bassin Anticipation
Timer incorporates many new features, as well as enhancements
to existing features, adding new dimensions to your experiments.
The additional features will allow researchers to explore new
paradigms and new twists on old paradigms.
Bassin Timer Kit, Model 35575 includes the following items:
1 - Start runway (30”), Model 35571
1 - Middle runway (28.16”), Model 35573
1 - End runway (30”), Model 35572
1 - Psychomotor control panel with LCD (PsymCon), Model 35500
1 - 9V power supply
1 - 10’ DB-25 cable
1 - Hand held response push-button
1 - Hand held remote initiate push-button
1 - Contrast adjust screwdriver
1 - Target light marker
1 - User’s manual
Enhanced Existing Features:
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Selectable speed from 1 - 255 MPH
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Selectable Cue delay from 0.5 - 30.0 seconds
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Random Cue delay setting
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Runway lights are twice the size and are five times brighter
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Runway interconnection has been improved for increased life
and reliability
New Features:
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Different start and ending speeds may be set for Acceleration or Deceleration
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Storage of all test settings
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Any light on the runway can be selected as a target light
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Independent blanking of any light or section of lights along the runway
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Stand-alone instrument with small portable control panel
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Constructed for a wide range of user response methods - handheld push button, photocell,
switch mat, or various custom applications
Other configurations are available.
The modular runway sections can be configured for many total runway lengths (a maximum of 38
middle sections can be used added to one start and one end, equalling a maximum length of 1,130”)
and a variety of applications. Curved runways are also available to assess peripheral target acquisition
and anticipation. Three sections make a 900 arc on a 4.5’ radius.
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PsymSoft - Psychomotor Software, Model 35800
Lafayette Instrument’s PsymSoft, a psychomotor
experiment software for Microsoft® Windows®, allows
researchers to design experiments for several of
our motor behavior products. The software is used
to program the various parameters associated
with each motor behavior device and to guide
the experimental procedure. Experimental data is
automatically recorded and stored in a database
where it can be recalled for built-in reporting or
queried for in-depth analysis.
Features:
Experiment Builder:
• Define experiment using blocks, tests and trials
• Build experiments with different configurations
for a single device
• Build experiments using different devices
Experiment Monitor:
• Monitor multiple experiments and devices
simultaneously
• Randomize experiment block order
• Inter-Block and Inter-Trial Message prompter
Built-in Reports:
• Presents results in both line and bar graphs
• Simple statistics
Test Subject Database:
• Create test groups
• Ability to re-organize subjects in new groups
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Benefits:
• Organizes the experiment and results in a
familiar format
• Automatically re-programs the device for
added flexibility and error free setup
• Adds flexibility to the experimental design
and enhances the test experience
• Follow the progress of each experiment with
ease and see relevant results to ensure that
the experiment is performing as planned
• Increases the complexity and flexibility of the
experiment
• Assists the experiment coordinator with
management of the test protocol and
subjects
• Linear regression line helps quickly determine
if there is a practice effect or fatigue
• Intra-subject statistics give readily usable
results
• Comparison of results for test groups or
individuals ...coming soon
• Data follows the subject regardless of group
association, which adds flexibility to data
analysis
Timing
PsymSoft, Model 35800 (continued)
PsymSoft Computer Requirements:
Operating System:
CPU Speed:
Hard Disk Space:
RAM:
CD ROM Drive:
Mouse:
USB Port:
Windows® 98SE, Me, 2000, XP
Pentium III, 400MHz
150Mb
128Mb
Yes
Yes
Yes
Optional Requirements:
Microsoft Access For database queries
Sample Report generated with PsymSoft
Currently Supported Devices:
Description:
Bassin Anticipation Timer, Model 35575
Lafayette’s latest model for anticipatory time studies, which
includes added features for runway blanking, target selection,
‘ramped’ speeds and more.
MO ART Panel, Model 35600
The Multi-Operation Accurate Reaction Time panel can
be used for various reaction time and tapping studies. This
includes Simple RT, Choice RT, Simple RT/MT, Choice RT/MT,
Single Key Tapping, Dual Key Tapping, and more.
Stability Platform, Model 16030
The latest version of the stability platform has all the needed
functionality built-in to the control. You can program Test &
Rest Times, and you get continuous output of the platform
position.
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35580
Modified Bassin Anticipation Timer, Model 35580
When mounted on a series of tripods and connected to
a photocell, the Bassin Anticipation Timer Model 35575 is
modified for a more complex task. The goal is to time the
approach of the light with the swing of a bat so that the
infrared beam is broken at the same time that the light
reaches the end of the runway. This unit could be applicable
for a bat swing, tennis swing, or even a soccer kick. The control box displays in milliseconds, the amount of time that the
swing or kick was too early or too late.
Modified Bassin Timer Kit, Model 35580 includes:
1- Bassin Timer Kit, Model 35575
2- Tripods for mounting the runway, Models 09850 & 63504
1- Photocell Control, Model 63501IR
1- Hardware Kit, Model 31201HC
1- Modified Bassin setup guide
Brake Light Simulator, Model 35905
35905
The Brake Light Simulator Model 35905 is used in reaction
and movement timing. The Simulator output is TTL level
and can be interfaced to any data acquisition system for
accurate data collection. All inputs to the Simulator are
diode protected and can be easily interfaced to. When
used with the Multi-Function Timer Model 54035A, the
Simulator can be used to simulate braking and capture
reaction/movement times. The Brake Light Simulator can
also be used with MOART Panel Model 35600 as well as
PsymFlex Interface Model 35900. The system includes a
Remote initiate button and two Foot Switches.
Advanced PsymFlex - Psychomotor Reflex System with vibration stimulus, Model 35900
Basic PsymFlex - Basic Psychomotor Reflex System, Model 35901
PsymFlex is a general purpose interface that is controlled
through our PsymSoft - Psychomotor Software. It is designed
for stimulus presentation and input response. It can be used
to present stimuli such as vibration, lights and tones (some
optional devices required). It also allows for the connection
of multiple input devices such as touch keys, foot pedals, and
infrared photocells. PsymFlex can also be used with such
equipment as our Mirror Tracer, Two-Arm Coordination Test and
Auto Tally Maze for error counting and timing.
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35900
Timing
Multi-Function Timer/Counter, Model 54035A
Software, Model 54035A-SF
Patch Cord Set, Model 58085
54035A
The multi-function timer/counter simultaneously
counts and times on 3 separate channels, or can
record up to 4 split times on a single channel. It is
battery powered, offers a sleep mode to conserve
power when not in use, and alerts you when the
batteries run low, or it can be powered with the
included AC adapter. All connections are made
easily through a screw terminal. Software Model
54305A-SF is also included. Use this timer with 2
Model 63516 Switch Mats to perform the MargariaKalamen Power Test.
Functional Specifications:
Power Supply:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
Max Count Rates:
Battery Life:
Serial Communication:
12VDC Wall Mount Transformer or Battery Power (4 “C” Cells)
0 to 1000 Seconds with Millisecond Resolution
0 to 1000 Counts
0.005% +/- 1 Millisecond
40Hz
Approximately 30 Hours
4800 baud, No Parity, 8 bit ASCII, 1 Stop
63504
Infrared Control System, Model 63501IR
Infrared Control Cable, Model 63501CBL
Adjustable Height Tripod, Model 63504
This battery-powered photocell is ideal for outdoor
timing. It generates an infrared beam and when the
beam is broken, a relay is closed. That signal is
used to start or stop timing systems. The pulsemodulated infrared signal is effective for up
to 30’, and is not affected by surrounding light
conditions. An LED indicator displays signal
strength when the infrared photocell is correctly
aligned with the reflector. The Infrared Control
Cable Model 63501CBL and Adjustable Height
Tripod Model 63504 are available but are not
included. Pricing for the control cable is based
upon length, please specify when ordering.
63501IR
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Timing
58024C
Impulse Counter, Model 58024C
This impulse counter has the ability to perform in either silent or tone
feedback modes. This option is easily activated by an on/off switch.
The 6-digit LCD display can record over 50 counts per second. The
counter and LED light are activated by contact closure across the
front input binding posts.
The Economy Clock/Counter, Model 54060
The economy clock/counter is a timing device that is capable of
accurately recording times down to the millisecond. This device is
powered by a single 1.5 volt AA battery, and a small microprcessor
is employed to provide all the operational needs of this device. All
of the switch contacts can be configured for Normally Open or
Normally Closed contacts, adding versatility to the device. This unit
can display times up to 999.999 seconds, and can display up to
9,999 count inputs. The device has individually configurable inputs,
it will work with contact closures, logic levels, and infrared triggering
systems. All the inputs are diode protected. We recommend a
maximum rating of 30 volts DC, and absolutely no AC voltage
applied to the inputs. Use this timer with 2 Model 63516 Switch Mats
to perform the Margaria-Kalamen Power Test.
54060
00040
Robic Stopwatch, Model 00040
Lap, split and event timing with time-out/pause feature; 1/1000
second resolution up to 24 hours; five memory recall.
Individual Hand Tally Counter, Model 56016
56016
This 4-digit mechanical counter fits in the palm of your hand and
has a ring for holding with your finger. This counter may be used for
tallying or counting when required during observations.
Patch Cord Black, Model 58084
Patch Cord Red, Model 58084RED
36” banana plug to banana plug patch cord available in red or black
Patch Cord Set, Model 58085
Set of (2)10 foot patch cords for timing and counting systems
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58085
Perception
Professional Vision Tester, Model 14019
Replacement Bulb (6/pkg), Model 14019LT
14019 and 14019A
This precision-built vision tester is designed for rapid and
concise measurement of visual performance. The results show
how well the subject’s eyes perform by using the 12 test slides
included with each unit for complete occupational screening
using accurate and easily understood targets. Includes
Purdue Job Standards booklet to easily identify individuals
requiring further testing, for all occupations. Now test Distance,
Intermediate, and Near Point Vision.
Features:
. New, unsurpassed homogenous illumination
. Background luminance complies with international standards
. 2 separate viewing ports for accurate distance: 20’ (6m), and
near: 16” (40cm) testing
. Lightweight and portable, weighing less than 15lbs (6.8kg),
requiring only 2’ (.6m) of space.
. Scratch resistant and has a washable surface made of ABS plastic
Professional Vision Tester with Peripheral Test, Model 14019A
Replacement Bulb (6/pkg), Model 14019LT
Same as Model 14019, but also includes a peripheral perimeter,
commonly used for testing the lateral (horizontal) vision field.
14017
Color Blindness Test, Model 14017
This Hardy, Rand, and Ritter (HRR) Pseudoisochromatic Subset
Book for Red/Green test contains two demonstration plates, four
screener plates, and 10 diagnostic series for a total of 16 plates.
Each of these plates has its own tab for easy and clean page
selection. The test also includes a set of instructions in English
and a laminated copy of the score sheet. The score sheet can
then be copied directly onto the patient’s record or copies can
be made locally. A pad of score sheets is available separately.
(*only one book included, not all three)
Deluxe Portable Audiometer, Model 15014DLX
This Deluxe Portable Audiometer is truly a universal audiometer,
designed for use in virtually every hearing screening situation
- from schools and industrial settings to physicians’ offices, clinics,
and managed care institutions. A variety of signal formats–Steady,
Pulsed and Frequency Modulated (FM)–provides the flexibility
to perform the most effective test for different subject groups,
while ensuring fast and accurate results. Frequency levels range
from 125 Hz to 8000 Hz, and signal intensities run from -10 dB HL
to 100 dB HL with pulse and warble modes. Its lightweight (5.6
pounds), portable design allows you to easily change test sites.
A +10dB push button allows you to increase maximum output at
each frequency by 10dB, preventing accidental presentation
of uncomfortable tone levels. Includes: TDH-39 earphones,
reference guide, 50 audiogram forms and instruction manual.
15014DLX
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14014
Stand Perimeter, Schweigger Type, Model 14014
Set of Five Extra Targets, Model 14100
Replacement Wand, Model 14101
Right Eye Charts (100/pkg), Model 14102
Left Eye Charts (100/pkg), Model 14103
The subject fixes their eyes at the midpoint in the
perimeter’s semicircular ruler while the experimenter
moves a pointer to be identified by the subject at his/
her visual periphery. This device is used to map areas
of the retina sensitive to different colored stimuli. The
stand perimeter comes with a semicircular perimeter
device, fixation point, five targets (blue, green, yellow,
red and white), a wand for presenting targets, five
right eye charts, five left eye charts and stand.
14302
Head-Chin Rest, Model 14302
For positioning head in studies using right and left
fields of vision. Features a chin rest and a stop for
the forehead. With a clamp opening of up to 2.5”,
it will clamp easily to a table. It features adjustable
height settings from 11.5” to 15”, and has 90
degrees of adjustable forward tilt.
Visual Perception Assessment Program, Model J01300
Measures an individual’s basic level of function in the
areas of color identification, shape and size discrimination,
hand-eye coordination, understanding of spatial
relationships, and ability to follow verbal instructions.
Includes pegboard and round pegs, graded pegboard,
pegboard with square pegs, instruction manual with
screening procedures and post-test forms.
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Perception
12021
Flicker Fusion System, Model 12021
The Flicker Fusion System provides the user
with a variety of versatile controls to perform
accurate and timely measurements of Critical
Flicker Frequency (CFF). Digital circuitry is used
to provide extremely accurate frequency
generation from 1Hz to 100Hz in 0.1Hz steps.
The menu-driven LCD display allows for exact
and repeatable frequency settings, while
the serial port computer interface provides a
means for test result storage and computer
control of the device. The user options
include five modes of operation to cover
virtually any test requirement: Ascending
Auto Frequency, Descending Auto Frequency,
Continuous, Discrete and Analog Control
Mode. The software program also provides
three automatic protocols: Automatic
Method, Adaptive Method and Self-Control
Method. The user also has control over the
stimulus luminance, sweep rates and stimulus
selection.
Includes:
11111111-
Control Unit
Viewing Chamber
12VDC Wall Mount AC Adapter
DB9 Female to Female Cable
DB15 Male to Female Cable
Single Hand-Held Push Button
Dual Hand-Held Push Button
12021.EXE Software Program
The viewing chamber has two lights: one for the left eye and one for the right eye. The light compartments
are completely separated, allowing for four stimulus combinations to occur: left eye only, right eye only,
left and right simultaneously, or left and right alternately. The viewing chamber is constructed to control
extraneous factors, which might distort CFF values. The white electroluminescent lamps produce even
lumination over a 0.5” diameter viewing area. The stimuli are separated by 2.75” (center to center) with a
stimulus to eye distance of 15” and a viewing angle of 1.9°. The inside of the viewing chamber is painted flat
black to minimize reflection.
Functional Specifications:
Power Supply:
Fuse:
Frequency:
Slide Holder:
12VDC @ 0.5A, 2.1mm center positive DC plug
0.5A, 5 x 20mm fast blow
1 to 100Hz in 0.1Hz increments with an error of 0.05%
2” x 2” 35mm holder for optional Model 12100 Neutral Density Filters with
0.1% to 50% light transmission
Auto Mode Ramp Rates: Options of 0.5, 1, 2, and 4Hz per second
Analog Input:
3.5mm Mono Phone Plug with voltage range from 0.1 to 10V for 1 to 100Hz
flicker rate ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM INPUT = 14V
External Initiate:
SPST normally open hand-held switch with RCA input
External Response:
Dual SPST normally open hand-held switch with 3.5mm stereo plug
RS-232C Port Settings:
9600 baud, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
Typical Luminance:
58Cd/m2
Viewing Angle:
1.9°
Light/Dark Ratio:
1:1
Stimulus Color:
White
Viewing Chamber Mask: Hypo-allergenic black silicone mask may be cleaned with an alcohol wipe
Control Size:
8.625” W x 6.5”L x 3.25”H Weight: 1.8lbs.
Viewing Chamber Size: 7”W x 19”L x 16”H Weight: 7.4lbs
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VisionLabTM SingleSite License w/ Hardware Kit, Model 70306
VisionLabTM Unlimited Site License w/ Hardware Kit, Model 70307
VisionLabTM Additional Hardware Kit, Model 70309
VisionLabTM Goggles only, Model 70309SG
VisonLab tm is a set of user-modifiable vision
demonstrations and experiments, many of which
are presented in Stereoscopic. It is a teaching
tool designed for Introductory and Experimental
Psychology; Sensation and Perception.
It is flexible and easy to use with a menu-driven
program that permits you to set up a teaching
laboratory in as little as half an hour.
There are two parts. The first part consists of
demonstrations and the second consists of
psycho-physical experiments.
Hardware Kit
Demonstrations: A partial list is illustrated below and a
complete list in the dialog that follows:
• Illusions: Muller-Lyer, Ponzo, Poggendorff, Color
Assimilation
• Apparent & relative motion: Phi phenomenon, motion
recruitment, motion in depth, cycloid motion
• Stereo forms: disparity-biased Necker cubes, tilted
& rotated bars, Random dot stereograms: static,
dynamic & moving
• After-effects: McCollough, motion
• Kinetic depth: rotating sphere, Saturn illusion, structure
from motion
• Subjective contours: static, stereo apparent motion, &
rotating subjective squares
• Equiluminance: heterochromatic flicker, various
illusions, square & circle interposition
• Fusional/rivalrous stimuli
• Tachistoscopic demos: Sperling partial report,
metacontrast masking
• Reading demos
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VisionLabTM (continued)
Each of the demonstrations has a dialog
box associated with it permitting the user
to modify key parameters. This illustrates
a guiding principle behind VisionLab. The
demonstrations should be more than simple
objects that students can see in books; rather
they should be dynamic modifiable objects
so that students may experiment on them.
Psycho-physical Experiments
The user may select from a variety of psycho-physical & statistical methods to conduct experiments,
collect and analyze data. The psycho-physical are: methods of adjustment, constant stimuli,
staircase, quest, and signal detection.
The complete list of experiments are:
·
Line Length Discrimination
·
Dot Detection (permits plotting of on-center, off-surround receptive fields)
·
Stereo acuity
·
Spatial Frequency shift after-effect
·
Stereoscopic Size Constancy
·
Muller-Lyer Illusion
Sample menu that illustrates the breadth and
sophistication of the psycho-physical methods:
VisionLabTM Computer Requirements:
50 Megabytes of Hard Disk Space
Pentium II, 200MHz Processor (minimum)
Windows® 95/98, Me (system will not run on Windows® NT)
8 Megabyte VGA Card (minimum)
Sound Card (Creative Ensoniq Soundblaster recommended)
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16011
Two-Point Aesthesiometer, Model 16011
Useful in determining the two-point threshold of
touch. Easy-to-read slide scales are calibrated to the
nearest 0.1cm. Special vinyl tips minimize influence of
temperature on sensation.
16012
Three-Point Aesthesiometer, Model 16012
The third point allows easy alternation between one- and
two-point testing.
16010
Quality Cutaneous Sensitivity Kit, Model 16010
Tactile kit contains all items necessary for the study of heat
and cold sensitivity, touch sensitivity and pressure sensitivity.
This unit, designed for use in the student laboratory,
includes temperature cylinders, paradoxical heat grill,
aesthesiometers, thermometer, immersion heater, carrying
case, instructions and sample experiments. A blindfold
may be desired, but is not included.
16014
Kinesthesiometer, Model 16014
This standardized tool for spatial awareness measures arm
movement, is well suited for active and passive movement,
or for comparing the two. An adjustable finger guide and
elbow saddle increases subject comfort while keeping
subject’s arm in position. Units of measure are given as a
degree of displacement along a 90-degree scale.
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Schuhfried Vienna Test System (VTS)
From the global market leader in computerized
psychological diagnostics, comes the Vienna Test
System (VTS), which consists of a powerful basic
software and individual tests. Its use is easy and
intuitive. User-friendly input devices make working
with it agreeable and allows for the administration of
special tests. Millisecond accuracy, modern test theory,
and new scoring methods guarantee testing precision
and test fairness. Use all the advantages of the PC for
the administration of the tests.
The expandability of the Vienna Test System (VTS) is
tailored to the users’ varying needs. You can use a
laptop without any peripheral devices, when you
are on the move, or you can build networks with
decentralized structures.
VTS BASIC SOFTWARE, Model 64032
The VTS basic software is the administration module of the
Vienna Test System.
With the basic software you present tests, score results,
administer the data and adapt the software to your
individual needs:
. test selection
. test presentation
. scoring
. scoring of paper and pencil tests in the VTS
. the use of your own tests in the VTS (test generator)
VTS NETWORKS
Systems that are integrated into a network make
simultaneous training for many clients possible.
VTS networks are installed, if a great number of respondents
is to be tested. They consist of a test administrator work
place and an almost unlimited number of respondent
places.
The process of the individual test administrations is
controlled centrally, and therefore the administrator has all
the required information. Those taking the test can start one
after the other and work at their individual speed.
* Contact us for a
full VTS catalog or
demonstration CDROM.
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Input Devices
Many tests of the Vienna Test System (VTS) can be worked on with
mouse and keyboard, but not all respondents are comfortable
that way, and so they might be at a disadvantage. This is why our
hardware designers developed special ergonomic input devices
- e.g. the light pen - that can be used in addition to the normal PC
keyboard, the mouse and the touch screen. Choose the devices that
are most user-friendly for the individual tests and thus heighten the
respondents’ motivation and acceptance. Apart from that some tests
can only be presented using special input devices and peripheral
units (see Motor Performance Series).
Light Pen, Model 64021 & Model 64022
Especially those respondents who rarely work with a PC prefer this device. Answers are entered on a normal
monitor, on which so-called target points appear. These light up, when the respondent points to them directly
with the light pen. A cross appears in order to signify that the answer was registered.
Response Panels
Two special panels were developed so that answers can
be entered in a user-friendly way. They can be used for the
presentation of many tests:
Response panel, standard, Model 64024
. Seven color-keys
. Ten number keys
. One sensor key
. A connection possibility for a pedal
. USB interface
Response panel, universal, Model 64025
. Seven color-keys
. Ten number keys
. One sensor key
. Two control knobs
. Two analog joysticks
. A connection possibility for a pedal
. USB interface
Extra Devices
Motor Performance Series, Model 64030
corresponding test: Motor Performance Series (MLS)
The Motor Performance Series is a highly developed and precise test that was developed according to
Fleischmann’s factor-analytical study of fine motor skills. Dynamic as well as static dimensions of finger-hand-arm
movement are measured.
The following six factors of fine motor skills are assessed by the MLS:
. Aiming (of the movement)
. Hand unrest, tremor
. Precision of arm-hand movements
. Manual and finger skill
. Speed of arm and hand movement
. Wrist-finger speed
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Schuhfried VTS Hardware (continued)
Die MLS Work Panel contains:
. Holes of varying diameter for steadiness, for one and for
both hands
. A milled crooked line for line pursuit, for one hand
. Two times 20 contact points for aiming, one or both hands
. Left and right 25 little holes each for position change, for one
and both hands
. Two small metal disks for tapping, one or both hands
. USB interface
Areas of use: neuropsychology, clinical psychology (also
rehabilitation), diagnostics of motor skills, labor and organizational
psychology, aptitude diagnostics in the performance area.
Flicker Fusion Unit, Model 64031
Corresponding test: Flicker/Fusion Frequency
. The flicker frequency analysis assesses the central
nervous activation (arousal)
. Stimulus light from 10.0 to 80.0 Hertz in steps of 0.1 Hertz
. Little influence of physiological and physical disturbance
variables
. USB interface
Areas of use: Clinical psychology, neuropsychology,
psychopharmacology
Peripheral Perception, Model 64086
Corresponding test: Peripheral Perception
Peripheral perception controls the ability to register and to process peripheral stimuli. The respondent’s
attention is forced to the center of the field of vision, by letting him/her solve a tracking task. At the same
time peripheral light stimuli are presented, to whom the respondent has to react in a selective way.
. Peripheral Display: Light diode matrix, 8 lines and 64
columns per side
. Light stimuli from the center to the periphery of the field of
vision
. Ultra-sound distance measurement defines the position of
the head
. Serial interface
Areas of Use: traffic psychology (90% of a driver’s information use
the optical channel), pharmacopsychology, flight psychology,
sports psychology, labor and organizational psychology.
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64118
Schuhfried VTS Software - Intelligence Tests
Basic Intelligence Functions (IBF), Model 64033
Measurement of level and structure of intelligence; suitable
for all relevant assessment purposes from the age of 13
years. The IBF tests are particularly useful as screening tools
when a swift global overview of intelligence level is required.
The intelligence profile can also be used as a preliminary to
more detailed investigation of particular areas of ability.
Intelligence Structure Battery (INSBAT), Model 64118
A modular intelligence test battery constructed on theory-led principles and designed to measure workrelated abilities both fairly and economically. Assessment of intelligence level and intelligence structure,
for subjects age 14 and over. Main areas of application: Decision-making in the fields of education, further
education and career choice; ability-related aspects of aptitude assessment; educational psychology; work
psychology, commercial/industrial and organizational psychology.
Schuhfried VTS - Non-Verbal Abilities Tests
Adaptive Matrices Test (AMT), Model 64034
This is a non-verbal test for analyzing general intelligence. The areas of application are: personnel selection
and training, career, academic and educational counseling, traffic psychology, ability diagnosis, clinicalpsychological diagnosis and research.
Inductive Reasoning (FOLO), Model 64089
Non-verbal test which assesses nonverbal logical thinking on the basis of the recognition of rules and
completing form sequences; applicable for people 15 years of age and over. The main areas of application
include aptitude diagnostics in the performance area, industrial and organizational psychology, consulting
regarding school, college and career decisions.
64038
Calculating with Symbols (RIS), Model 64038
Calculating with symbols aims at recording the ability
to reason deductively. Simple equations are presented
by means of figures which are devoid of meaning,
instead of with numbers, although the algebraic
symbols for elementary operations are used. The
solution consists in finding the number which, when
plugged into the appropriate equation in place of the
symbol, makes the equation true.
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Schuhfried VTS - General Abilities Tests
Work Performance Series (ALS), Model 64039
General performance test measuring concentration, psychic saturation and fatigability in clinical and
applied psychology, specifically in aptitude testing. Computer-assisted administration of the Pauli test.
Adaptive test for assessment of numerical flexibility (ANF), Model 64117
64040
The Adaptive test for assessment of numerical flexibility is a tool
for assessing flexibility in the area of mathematical problem
solving. This is one of the important sub-dimensions of the
secondary factor “quantitative thinking” which forms part of
the modified Gf-Gc theory (Horn & Noll, 1997). Main areas of
application: aptitude testing, aviation psychology, educational
psychology.
Cognitrone (COG), Model 64040
General performance test for the registration of attention and
concentration, by using Vickers’ “Accumulaor” Model (1970).
64041
Continuous Attention (DAUF), Model 64041
Measurement of “Attention and concentration over extended
periods” in children and adults.
Vienna Determination Test (DT), Model 64044
Test for the measurement of reactive stress tolerance, checking ability in sustained multiple-choice
reaction to rapidly changing stimuli as well as the registration of attention deficit disorder for performance
and suitability diagnosis, especially in neuropsychology, traffic psychology, sport psychology and
pharmacological psychology.
Reaction Time Analysis (RA), Model 64079
Assessment of the cognitive speed concerning perception, processing and motor response organization
for choice reaction tasks and visual search, to be used with adults. The main areas of application include
clinical psychology, organizational psychology, traffic psychology, flight psychology, sport psychology.
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Vienna Reaction Test (RT), Model 64045
This test is used for the measurement of; reaction time (divided into reaction and motor time)
to simple and complex optical and acoustic signals and for the registration of attention deficit disorder,
progress of reaction time over a longer period of time under monotonous stimulus conditions and
measurement of phasial alertness. This test is especially suited for application in performance and suitability
diagnosis in, traffic psychology, sport psychology and pharmacological psychology.
64042
Signal-Detection (SIGNAL), Model 64042
Applied and clinical psychology for children and adults, for the
measurement of the ability of visual differentiation and for the
determination of neglect phenomena of a visual half-field (e.g.
for neglect diagnosis).
Vigilance (VIGIL), Model 64043
This test is used to check attention performance in the sense of
“sustained watchfulness under stimulus-deficient observation
situations” (vigilance), especially in clinical psychology.
Schuhfried VTS - Specialized Abilities Tests
64100
Visualization (2D), Model 64100
Non-verbal test which assesses mental imagination and
transformation of spatial arrangements in two-dimensional
space; applicable at the age of 15 years and over. Main areas
of application: performance-related aptitude diagnostics,
clinical psychology, neuropsychology, traffic psychology,
aviation psychology, industrial and organizational psychology,
decisions in school, studies and career.
Two-Hand Coordination (2HAND), Model 64059
Procedure for the registration of technical-motor ability, specifically hand-eye and hand-hand coordination.
It is used for performance and suitability diagnosis, especially for heavy equipment, locomotive and crane
operators, as well as personnel in traffic psychology, pilot psychology, industrial psychology and for the analysis
of coordination deficits in clinical groups.
Spatial Orientation (3D), Model 64101
Non-verbal test which assesses mental imagination and transformation of spatial arrangements in threedimensional space; applicable at the age of 15 years and over. Main areas of application: performancerelated aptitude diagnostics, clinical psychology, neuropsychology, traffic psychology, aviation psychology,
industrial and organizational psychology, decisions in school, studies and career.
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Schuhfried VTS - Specialized Abilities Tests (continued)
64046
Adaptive Spatial Ability Test (A3DW), Model 64046
This adaptive Test is Rasch homogenous and designed to
measure the non-verbal ability to mentally represent and
transform spatial conditions (spatial ability). It can be used
for testing juveniles,13 years and older, and adults.
Double Labyrinth Test (B19), Model 64081
Assessment of the eye-hand coordination ability in task of predetermined speed. Main areas of application:
traffic psychology, diagnostics of motor abilities, sports psychology.
Corsi-Block Tapping Test (CORSI), Model 64047
Examination of visual-spatial short-term memory and visual-spatial learning.
Differential Attention Test (DAKT), Model 64095
The DAKT is primarily intended for personnel selection, career counseling, diagnosis and assessment.
Additional areas of use are traffic psychology (especially railway and aviation psychology), military
psychology as well as within clinical settings.
Determination Test for Children (DTKI) , Model 64097
Measurement of reactive stress tolerance and reaction speed and assessment of attention deficits in
situations requiring continuous, swift and varying responses to rapidly changing visual and acoustic stimuli. As
a children’s version of the well-established Determination Test (DT) the DTKI combines a measurement method
which has proved its success over many years with an innovative and child-friendly mode of presentation.
Flicker Fusion Analyzer Automatic Method (FLIM), Model 64072
64072
This procedure measures activation of the central nervous
system, i.e. arousal, and is used in clinical psychology,
neuropsychology, sports psychology, industrial psychology and,
most importantly, in rehabilitation.
Continuous Visual Recognition Task (FVW), Model 64048
Test procedure for the registration of memory performance
and brain function deficits, for the diagnosis of normal, agerelated and pathological memory deterioration in general
performance diagnosis, pharmacology and research.
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Schuhfried VTS - Specialized Abilities Tests (continued)
64049
Visual Pursuit Test (LVT), Model 64049
This is a visual perception test for the registration of concentrated
targeted perception. Line tracking tests are currently used in the
context of traffic psychological examinations.
Mill Hill Vocabulary Scale (MHV), Model 64088
By combining the tests results from the Raven Matrices Series a
clear distinction can be made between the capacity for rational
judgment and the present ability to recall verbal information. The test
can be used among people of all ages from 6 to 80 in educational,
occupational, and clinical settings (i.e. neuropsychology) and
research studies.
Mathematics in Practice (MIP), Model 64098
The test is basically conceived for personnel selection, vocational counseling, diagnosis and aptitude
assessment. Additional areas of use are within clinical settings. Main areas of application: industrial and
organizational psychology, clinical psychology.
Motor Performance Series (MLS), Model 64051
This procedure for the measurement of fine motor ability is applied in the fields of neuropsychology,
neurology, developmental psychology, work placement, pharmacological psychology, sport psychology and
rehabilitation.
Mental Rotation (MR), Model 64115
Mental Rotation is a Rasch homogenous computerized test for assessing respondents’ spatial perception skills.
This is, in other words, the respondent’s ability to mentally picture and manipulate spatial content; the test
was designed for adolescents from the age of 16 and adults. Areas of use include: vocational, education
and career counseling, as well as counseling in the context of university studies, personality development,
skills assessment in psychological practice and in the clinical area (e.g. neurology and psychiatry). The MR
can also be used for research purposes.
64050
Mechanical-Technical Perceptive Ability (MTA), Model 64050
This test of mechanical-technical perceptive ability belongs to
the group of special ability checking and suitability tests and it
measures mechanical-technical comprehension. This test is applied
in selection tests and suitability examinations.
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Schuhfried VTS - Specialized Abilities Tests (continued)
N-Test Alpha (NTA), Model 64099
64099
The test is basically conceived for personnel selection, vocational
counseling, diagnosis and aptitude assessment. Additional areas of
use are within clinical settings. Main areas of application: clinical
psychology, industrial and organizational psychology.
Non-Verbal Learning Test (NVLT), Model 64052
This test examines a subject’s ability to remember memory material
that is difficult to verbalize. It may be administered both to healthy
subjects and to patients with cerebral defects for the purpose of
assessing specific memory disorders. In combination with its verbal
equivalent, the Verbal Learning Tests (VLT), it can be used to assess
material-specific learning disorders in the diagnosis of amnesia.
Perseveration Test (PERSEV), Model 64053
Determination of perseverance tendency in children and adults, especially for diagnostic purposes in clinical
subjects and use in rehabilitation and research.
Peripheral Perception (PP),Model 64082
This test was designed to assess the perception and processing of peripheral visual information. The main
areas of application include traffic psychology, pharmacology, aviation psychology, sports psychology,
industrial and organizational psychology.
Pilot’s Spatial Test (PST), Model 64054
A Rasch-homogeneous procedure assessing navigation skills and orientation in space. This test has high
power in the upper range of performance in ability and aptitude testing, in traffic psychology (specifically
aeronautics and space travel), and in industrial medicine.
Simultaneous Capacity / Multi-Tasking (SIMKAP), Model 64076
SIMKAP is primarily intended for personnel selection, career counseling, diagnosis and assessment.
Additional areas of use are traffic psychology (especially railway and aviation psychology),
military psychology as well as within clinical settings.
64055
Sensomotor Coordination (SMK), Model 64055
Test for measuring sensory-motor coordination, especially handeye and two-hand coordination. It is used for performance and
suitability diagnosis, especially for heavy equipment, locomotive
and crane operators, as well as personnel in traffic psychology,
pilot psychology, industrial psychology and for the analysis of
coordination deficits in clinical groups.
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64071
Interference Test According to Stroop (STROOP), Model 64071
Color-word interference tests based on the Stroop effect have
gained particular importance in clinical neuropsychology. It was
found in this field that under interference conditions patients with
cerebral defects required significantly more time to complete
the test and that the STROOP test represented a reliable means
of differentiating between patients and healthy subjects (cf.
Perret, 1974 in Wittling, 1983, Beaumont, 1987). In addition, the
test provides indications of the existence of any dysfunction of
the frontal lobes, which may cause the patient’s attention to be
more easily diverted and a perseverance tendency (stereotyped
behavior) to be observed.
Tachistoscopic Traffic Test Manheim for Screen (TAVTMB), Model 64056
Checking of optical perception performance in traffic psychology.
Verbal Learning Test (VLT), Model 64057
This test is used to examine the learning ability for verbal memory material. It can be used for testing healthy
persons as well as to assess specific disorders of memory functions occurring after brain damage. Measuring
material-specific learning disorders, especially in context of amnesia diagnoses, not only this test but also its
non-linguistic equivalent, the Non-Verbal Learning Test (NVLT), should be applied.
Functions of Perception and Attention (WAF) , Models 64119, 64120, 64121, 64122, & 64123
Assessment of sub-functions of attention, suitable for subjects from the age of 8.
The WAF test battery consists of 6 tests which can be administered independently of each other or, as a test
battery, in any desired combination:
WAFA, Model 64119 - Alertness
WAFV, Model 64123 - Vigilance / sustained attention
WAFF, Model 64120 - Focused attention
WAFS, Model 64122 - Selective attention
64058
WAFG, Model 64121 - Divided attention
WAFR (currently in development) - Spatial direction of
attention and visual field / extinction - neglect
Time-Movement Anticipation (ZBA), Model 64058
A test of the estimation of the motion of objects in a space.
Used in traffic and aviation psychology.
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Schuhfried VTS - Personality Structure Tests
64083
4-Dimensional Personality Inventory (4DPI), Model 64083
The 4DPI is a Rasch-homogenous personality structure test,
where the answers are given in a wedgeshaped diagram.
Main areas of application: personalityoriented aptitude
diagnostics, industrial psychology, clinical psychology.
Aggression Assessment Method (AGDIA), Model 64124
The AGDIA makes it possible to analyze and differentiate type and degree of aggressive behavior. Main areas
of application: clinical psychology and health psychology.
Attitude Towards Work (AHA),Model 64060
This test procedure is applicable for the purposes of career suitability diagnosis.
Aggressive Driving Behavior (AVIS), Model 64084
With the AVIS a valid test for the self-evaluation of aggressive
behavior in road traffic is available. What is special about this test
is that normal situations and stressful ones are compared. The test
serves to record the extent and frequency of aggressive way of
behavior in traffic. Main area of application: traffic psychology.
64125
Differential Stress Inventory (DSI), Model 64125
The Differential Stress Inventory makes it possible to measure and
differentiate between stress triggers, symptoms of stress, available
coping strategies and risks of stress stabilisation. Both the extent
and the cause of stress are identified. Main areas of application:
work psychology, company and organisation psychology, health
psychology, clinical psychology.
Eysenck Personality Profiler-V6 (EPP6), Model 64093
Multi-dimensional modular personality inventory for the assessment of the three dimensions extroversion,
emotionality, and adventurousness according to Eysenck. Main areas of application: aptitude testing
regarding personality traits, occupational and organizational psychology, traffic psychology, aviation
psychology, sports psychology, clinical psychology, and health psychology.
Test of Leadership Ability (FET), Model 64062
The Leadership Ability Test was developed as an aid to the determination of personal suitability for taking
on leadership responsibility. The Leadership Ability Test can be used to select and train managers. This test
can, however, also be used as an orientation aid for all those considering aiming for a leadership position
- in order to realize their development needs.
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Schuhfried VTS - Personality Structure Tests (continued)
Hyperkinetic Syndrome Assessment Method (HKSD) , Model 64126
The HKSD is a Rasch homogeneous objective personality test with child-oriented item material to measure
the style of work for pre- school and primary school pupils. During the execution of the test the item material
is changed systematically with regard to complexity, difficulty, motivation and feedback and the reaction of
the child in performance capacity and style of work is observed. Aside of the child’s performance capacity
in the intelligence dimension of perceptual speed, the dimensions of work style reflexivity, adaptation to
difficulty, receptiveness towards motivation and adjustment to feedback are measured and permit a subtly
differentiated examination for causes of inefficiencies in performance at school. Additionally, in contrast to
common questionnaires or ratings by significant others, a psychometrically objective screening of work style
related aspects of the hyperkinetic syndrome can be carried out. Applicable to people aged 5 and above.
Inventory of Driving Related Personality Traits (IVPE), Model 64114
The IVPE is used to capture the traffic psychologically relevant personality features of sensation seeking,
social sense of respon- sibility, self-control and emotional stability, all in the context of traffic psychological
assessments. Main areas of application: traffic psychology.
64104
Multi-Motive-Grid (MMG), Model 64104
The MMG combines aspects of the Thematic Apperception
Test (TAT) with those of classic questionnaires. Similar to
the TAT, 18 pictures are presented which provide a wellbalanced set of situations linked to performance, control,
and social acceptance. These pictures are accompanied
by statements that represent important motivational states.
Objective Achievement Motivation Test (OLMT), Model 64116
The Objective Achievement Motivation Test (OLMT) is a computerized test for behaviorally assessing
achievement motivation. It provides information on the effort put into working the test under differing and
important basic motivating conditions. The main areas of application include: aptitude testing in personality
applications, labor psychology, industrial psychology and organizational psychology, supporting decisionmaking processes in educational, university and occupational matters, and sports psychology.
Risk Choice (RISIKO), Model 64127
On the basis of its features as an objective personality test the risk choice behavior is considerably more
tamper-resistant than a questionnaire test. Captures the general willingness to take risks. Main areas of
application: traffic psychology, occupational and organizational psychology.
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Psycho-Diagnostic Testing
Schuhfried VTS - Personality Structure Tests (continued)
Scales for the Registration of Subjective Strain and
Dissatisfaction (SBUSB), Model 64063
64063
This questionnaire is designed to measure stress and
dissatisfaction at work. It is advisable to use it in work- and
health-psychological examinations.
Scales for Service and Client Orientation (SKASUK), Model 64105
All efforts to reach demanding levels of performance criteria
notwithstanding, it must not be forgotten that success in sales or
the service industry lies in providing a service for other people.
This test is very suited to examine this issue, not least because of
its extensive calibration sample.
Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI), Model 64106
This test measures four temperament dimensions and three character dimensions (main dimensions) as
well as 24 dimensions of a lower order. The main areas of application include clinical psychology and
health psychology.
Vienna Risk-Taking Test -revised version (WRBTR), Model 64128
Assessment of the individual willingness to take risks. Main areas of application: industrial and organizational
psychology, assessment of the individual willingness to take risks.
Vienna Risk-Taking Test Traffic (WRBTV), Model 64094
Test battery to assess the willingness to take risks with items using the latest multimedia technology. Main
areas of application: traffic psychology, industrial and organizational psychology.
64064
Schuhfried VTS - Attitudes and Interest Tests
General Interest Structure Test (AIST), Model 64064
This is a differential test for the determination of academicprofessional interests from the age of 14. This concept has
specific application in school and career counseling.
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Schuhfried VTS - Clinical Procedures
64065
Alcoholic Selection Procedure (ATV), Model 64065
Test for drivers with alcohol problems.
Questionnaire for the Determination of Suicide Risk (FBS),
Model 64066
This serves to determine suicidal-depressive personality states
in juveniles 17 through adult, in the clinical field.
Questionnaire Concerning Functional Drinking (FFT), Model 64067
Self-assessment questionnaire for the registration of the subjectively felt mental and social function of
alcohol drinking.
Questionnaire Concerning Reaction to Pain (FSV), Model 64068
This questionnaire on reaction to pain is a multi-dimensional instrument for the registration of pain-related
behavior. It was developed for the diagnosis of patients with chronic pains. The results can provide
instructions for the determination of indications for psychological pain therapy as well as for a treatment
plan. Based on its economical handling, the test is also suited for checking the progress of therapy.
64069
Multi-Dimensional Pain Scale (MSS), Model 64069
This multi-dimensional pain scale is a test for qualitative and
quantitative pain measurement.
Schuhfried VTS - Test Construction Programs
Test Questionaire Generator (TQ), Model 64090
Tachistoscope Test Generator (TT), Model 64091
These two program packages enable the user to design, administer and score thier own test procedures
with the Schuhfried VTS. These programs are authoring systems, i.e. they assist test authors in designing
computer-assisted tests. Knowledge of a programming language is not required.
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Psycho-Diagnostic Testing
Schuhfried VTS Input Devices:
Each test in the Vienna Test System requires a different input device for administration. Below is a table listing
the required input device for each test. The VTS Basic Software, Model 64032, and the VTS USB Dongle (small
USB “stick” that unlocks the tests on your computer), Model 64092 are required for all tests.
TEST NAME:
Intelligence Tests
IBF
INSBAT
Non-Verbal Intelligence Tests
AMT
FOLO
RIS
General Ability Tests
ALS
ANF
COG
DAUF
DT
RA
RT
SIGNAL
VIGIL
Special Ability Tests
A3DW
B19
CORSI
DAKT
DTKI
FLIM
FVW
GESTA
LVT
MHV
MIP
MTA
MLS
MR
NTA
NVLT
PP
PERSEV
PST
SMK
SIMKAP
STROOP
TAVTMB
VISGED
VLT
WAFA
WAFF
WAFG
WAFV
WAFS
ZBA
2HAND
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3D
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Personality Structure Tests
4DPI
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Keyboard or Mouse
AGDIA
AHA
AVIS
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DSI
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EPP6
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FET
Response Panel
HKSD
Mouse
IVPE
Keyboard or Response Panel
MMG
Keyboard or Response Panel
OLMT
Response Panel, Foot Pedals, Headphones
RISIKO
Response Panel
SBUSB
Response Panel
SKASUK
Keyboard or Response Panel
TCI
Keyboard or Response Panel
WRBTV
WRBTR
Attitude and Interest Tests
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Universal Response Panel
AIST
Light Pen or Touchscreen
Clinical Tests
Mouse
ATV
Response Panel
FBS
Flicker Fusion Unit
FFT
Keyboard or Response Panel
FSV
Mouse
MSS
Keyboard or Response Panel
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Light Pen, Mouse, or Touchscreen
Mouse
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Keyboard, or Response Panel
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Light Pen, Mouse, or Touchscreen
Keyboard, or Response Panel
Universal Response Panel
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Keyboard, or Mouse, or Response Panel
Keyboard, or Mouse, or Response Panel
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Light Pen or Mouse or Touchscreen
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MLS Work Panel
Keyboard or Response Panel
Light Pen or Mouse or Touchscreen
Keyboard or Response Panel
Peripheral Hardware, Universal Response Panel, Foot Pedals
Light Pen or Touchscreen
Light Pen or Touchscreen
Universal Response Panel, Analog Foot Pedals
Touchscreen or Mouse, Soundcard
Response Panel, Light Pen, Touchscreen
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Mouse
Keyboard or Response Panel
Keyboard or Response Panel
Keyboard or Response Panel
Keyboard or Response Panel
Keyboard or Response Panel
Keyboard or Response Panel
Keyboard or Response Panel
Universal Response Panel
Light Pen, Mouse or Touchscreen
*
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Response Panel,
Light Pen,
Keyboard,
Mouse,
or Touchscreen
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2D
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ALS
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ANF
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COG
CORSI
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DAKT
DAUF
DSI
DT
EPP6
FBS
FET
FFT
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FOLO
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FVW
GESTA
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LVT
MHV
MIP
MLS
MMG
MR
MSS
MTA
NTA
NVLT
OLMT
PERSEV
PP
PST
RA
RIS
RISIKO
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SBUSB
SIGNAL
SIMKAP
SKASUK
SMK
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SPMPLS
STROOP
TAVTMB
TCI
VIGIL
VISGED
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WRBTR
WRBTV
ZBA
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Cognitive Rehabilitation
Schuhfried RehaCom
RehaCom is a computer-assisted therapy system for
cognitive functions. The system consists of a basic
program and a number of training procedures. All
of the procedures have varying levels of difficulty
in support of the training for the following cognitive
functions: Attention, Memory, Logical Reasoning, Field
of Vision and Reaction Capabilities.
Cognitive disorders are usually the result of brain
damage. The computer is an ideal instrument to train
cognitive functions with the added advantage that
it relieves the therapist from routine work. RehaCom
adjusts to the patients’ skills by adaptive presentation
of tasks. Thus, the stress balance of the patient is
maintained, which increases the motivation for the
therapy.
The input for every RehaCom task is a special panel with clearly arranged buttons. Results of all training
sessions are stored for each patient, this guarantees a continuous training course (a new session starts
where the last one ends) and monitors the success of the therapy. The adaptive concept and the extensive
item-pool provides a tailored course of training for each patient. Presentation of tasks is adjusted to the
current capabilities of a patient. Error-specific feedback develops the learning processes and supports the
development of learning strategies. There are currently over 700 RehaCom systems being used in
outpatient departments, university clinics, rehabilitation centers and hospitals. The system is available
in 10 different languages.
RehaCom Test System Configuration
Obligatory Training System Components:
• Either the RehaCom Dongle Model 64001 (software
key) or the RehaCom Panel Model 64000 is required
to operate the main software.
Training System Optional Components:
• Each of the tests are considered an optional
component of the system. They may be purchased
in the form of a 7-year, unlimited usage license
or in quantities of 100 administrations. The model
numbers in this catalog reflect the 7-year, unlimited
usage license. Unlike the VTS all RehaCom tests use
the test panel or mouse, no additional hardware is
needed.
Configuration:
• Personnel at Lafayette Instrument Company can configure the Schuhfried RehaCom to fit
your testing needs.
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The following is a listing of the available test modules:
Attention and Concentration (AUFM), Model 64003
Functionally and organically caused attention disturbances represent the most widespread neuropsychological performance deficits after an acquired brain damage. They can be found in 80% of the
patients after a stroke, a brain trauma, diffuse organic brain impairments, as well as with other diseases of
the central nervous system. This training is suitable for patients 11 years of age, and older, with attention and
concentration disturbances. Based on the pattern-comparison method, the patient has to find the picture
from a matrix which corresponds exactly to the “comparison picture”.
Figural Memory (BILD), Model 64004
64004
This training is recommended for all memory disturbances
(especially for the working memory) for verbal and non-verbal
contents. The program can also be used on patients with an
organically or functionally caused – impaired ability to name
objects and difficulties in conceptual pairing. The patient has
to memorize pictures with concrete (describable) objects.
After the “learning phase”, descriptive terms for the objects
will roll across the screen. The patient will then press the “OK”
button when the correct term for the objects from the “learning
phase” roll by. Figural Memory can be used in patients 11
years of age and older, when a average vocabulary can be
assumed.
Shopping (EINK), Model 64005
This training is recommended for patients with deficits
in working memory, concept attainment or planning
an action sequence. It allows the realistic training of
an everyday situation, shopping in a supermarket. All
necessary steps are realistic. The planning of an action and its
coordination will be trained thoroughly as well as the short-time
memory (length of time between looking into the shopping
cart and looking at the shopping list). Furthermore, it is possible
to train patients 11 years of age and older, to maintain their
mental abilities.
Divided Attention (GEAU), Model 64006
This training is recommended for patients with problems in
focusing attention to several different objects simultaneously.
In this situation, like in everyday life, several circumstances must
be observed simultaneously. Like an engine driver, the patient
should monitor the driver’s cab, regulate the speed and react
towards different signals during the “journey”. Due to the
animated presentation, this training is suitable for patients 11
years of age and older.
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64005
Cognitive Rehabilitation
Physiognomic Memory (GESI), Model 64007
This training is for patients suffering from prosopagnosia, the ability to recognize faces and make
a meaningful association with them. It realistically practices the pairing of faces to a name and occupation.
Faces are displayed from different sides. The patient then decides if the picture of the person has already
been shown. In higher levels of difficulty, the patient should also try to memorize additional verbal
information regarding the person (name, occupation).
Visuo-Constructive Abilities (KONS),Model 64008
This training is recommended for patients with a light or medium decline in the capacity of the visuoconstructive field as well as other generalized functional disorders. Often one can observe such a
generalized decline in performance in organic brain damages. This training program can train visual
reconstruction of concrete pictures. The patient has to memorize a displayed picture in every detail.
Afterwards, it will be divided in several puzzle pieces, the patient has to reconstruct the picture correctly. The
training is suitable for patients 8 years of age and older.
Logical Reasoning (LODE), Model 64009
64010
This training is aimed to improve logical reasoning. It is
indicated for patients with acquired cerebro-organic
damage, when an impairment in logical thinking can be
observed. In this program, the patient should add the correct
symbol to a column of symbols that is constructed following a
logical rule.
Topological Memory (MEMO), Model 64010
This training is given for all memory disorders or impairments
regarding verbal and non-verbal contents. With this program,
topological memory is trained. Like in the memory game, the
patient should memorize the position of cards with pictures or
geometric figures on them. When the cards are hidden, the
patient should remember which picture was in what space.
Verbal Memory (VERB), Model 64013
This training is intended to improve short-term retention. Short stories are presented and patients
should memorize as many details as possible. In the reproduction phase, questions concerning the
details will be answered. The training is suitable for patients 11 years of age and older.
64011
Spatial Operations (RAUM), Model 64011
This training is designed to provide training of the basic
functions of spatial perception. It trains visual or spatial
imagery with tasks in the following categories: estimation of
position, estimation of angular position, estimation of volume
and estimation of size. Using non-verbal material minimizes the
demands on verbal comprehension therefore enabling this
application to be used for patients with speech disorders.
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Cognitive Rehabilitation
Reaction Behavior (REVE), Model 64012
This training is designed to improve respondent behavior of single and multiple choice reactions (speed and
accuracy) towards optical signals. On the edge of the screen, one can see pictures of traffic signs. Next to it,
a key of the panel is displayed which should be pressed by the patient when the traffic sign appears in the
middle of the monitor. Thus, attention and memory are jointly trained. This training is indicated for all patients
with response speed reduction induced by the central nervous system.
Vigilance (VIGI), Model 64014
This training is recommended for all disorders or impairments of the longer-term (continuous) attention of
different etiology and genesis. The ability to maintain one’s attention over a longer period of time, is trained
in a design with limited response time for each item. The task of the patient is to monitor a conveyor belt, and
to select the objects that differ from a sample object in one or several details.
Two-Dimensional Operations (VRO1),Model 64015
This training is recommended for patients where a
decline in the performance in visual-constructive
tasks, items of the position-in-space exploration, as well
as in spatial orientation, are observed. This program
trains the positioned relationship with two-dimensional
presentation. The task is to find the picture of a matrix
which exactly corresponds to a “comparison picture”.
64015
Visuo-Motor Coordination (WISO), Model 64016
The training is recommended for the rehabilitation of
patients with disorders in visuo-motor coordination. A
cursor (dot - abstract or a butterfly – concrete) and a
rotor (circle – abstract or a flower – concrete) of different
color are displayed on the screen. The patient uses a
joystick to hold the cursor into the middle of the rotor and
should then follow the movements of the rotor.
Memory for Words (WORT), Model 64017
This training is designed for patients with an impairment of the word span or reduced recognition capability,
as in the early stages of amnesic syndrome. With this program, the recognition capability for individual words is
trained. In the “learning phase” the patients are shown words on the screen. Afterwards, many different words
roll by, like on a conveyor belt. The patient’s task is to recognize those words that he was shown in the learning
phase. This training is suitable for patients 11 years of age and older.
Plan-A-Day (PLAN), Model 64019
This training is recommended for adult patients with difficulty in executive functions, especially planning. The
task consists of planning a series of actions in the optimum sequence.
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Index
Motor Learning and Control
Adult/Adolescent Finger Tapper
Auto Scoring Mirror Tracer
Automatic Tally Maze
Blindfold Masks (4/pkg)
Card Sorting Box
Circle Template for Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit
Etch-A-Sketch
Extra Cards for Card Sorting Box (150/pkg)
Individual Blindfold Mask
Linear Movement Apparatus
Mirror Tracer
Mirror Tracer Connection Cable
Pencil Maze
Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit
Pullman Spiral Acquisition & Analysis
Pyramid Puzzle
Replacement Mirror and Base
Replacement Star for Auto Mirror Tracer
Replacement Star for Two-Arm Coordination Test
Replacement Stylus for Auto Mirror Tracer
Replacement Stylus for Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit
Replacement Stylus for Standard Rotary Pursuit
Replacement Stylus for Steadiness Testers
Replacement Stylus for Tapping Board Test
Replacement Stylus for Two-Arm Coordination Test
Replacement Tracing Stars for Mirror Tracer
Square Template for Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit
Stability Platform
Standard Rotary Pursuit
Steadiness Tester, Groove Type
Steadiness Tester, Hole Type
Tactile Form Recognition
Tapping Board Test
Triangle Template for Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit
Two-Arm Coordination Test
Timing
Adjustable Height Tripod
Advanced PsymFlex - Reflex System w/ vibration stimulus
Basic PsymFlex - Reflex System
Bassin Anticipation Timer
Brake Light Simulator
Electronic Voice Reaction Time
Footswitch Response Pad for MOART
Impulse Counter
Individual Hand Tally Counter
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58024A
20017
33010
20011
30108
32520
20020
33011
31202
31010
32533C
20014
30014A
35910
20013
58024M
32532A
32532A
32533B
30105A
30100F
32100
32102
32532S
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30109
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30010A
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35900
35901
35575
35905
63040A
35603
58024C
56016
Model numbers for 220V/50Hz operation should have a “*C” suffix.
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Infrared Control Cable
Infrared Control System
MOART Reaction/Movement Time Panel only
MOART Reaction/Movement Time Panel w/ PsymCon Control
Modified Bassin Anticipation Timer
Multi-Function Timer/Counter
Patch Cord Black - 36”
Patch Cord Red - 36”
Patch Cord Set - 10’
PsymSoft - Psychomotor Software
Robic Stopwatch
Single Touch Key with Stimulus for MOART
Software for Multi-Function Timer
Switch Mat 6” x 22”
Switch Mat 17” x 23”
Switch Mat 23” x 35”
Switch Mat 30” x 32”
The Economy Clock/Counter
Visual Choice Reaction Time
Perception
Color Blindness Test
Deluxe Portable Audiometer
Flicker Fusion System
Head-Chin Rest
Kinesthesiometer
Left Eye Charts for Stand Perimeter
Professional Vision Tester
Professional Vision Tester with Peripheral Test
Quality Cutaneous Sensitivity Kit
Replacement Bulb for Professional Vision Testers (6/pkg)
Replacement Wand for Stand Perimeter
Right Eye Charts for Stand Perimeter
Set of Five Extra Targets for Stand Perimeter
Stand Perimeter, Schweigger Type
Three-Point Aesthesiometer
Two-Point Aesthesiometer
VisionLab Goggles only
VisionLab Hardware Kit
VisionLab Single Site License
VisionLab Unlimited Site License
Visual Perception Assessment Program
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63501CBL
63501IR
35601
35600
35580
54035A
58084
58084RED
58085
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00040
35602
54035A-SF
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63515
63517
63518
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22
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20
20
20
18
14017
15014DLX
12021
14302
16014
14103
14019
14019A
16010
14019LT
14101
14102
14100
14014
16012
16011
70309SG
70309
70306
70307
J01300
Model numbers for 220V/50Hz operation should have a “*C” suffix.
As our catalogs are referred to by our customers for many months, we reserve the right to change prices without notice.
Prices may vary between our ads and our catalogs. International prices will differ. Call for current pricing.
Index
Psycho-Diagnostic Testing
4-Dimensional Personality Inventory (4DPI)
Adaptive Matrices Test (AMT)
Adaptive Spatial Ability Test (A3DW)
Adaptive test for assessment of numerical flexibility (ANF)
Aggression Assessment Method (AGDIA)
Aggressive Driving Behavior (AVIS)
Alcoholic Selection Procedure (ATV)
Attitude Towards Work (AHA)
Basic Intelligence Functions (IBF)
Calculating with Symbols (RIS)
Cognitrone (COG)
Continuous Attention (DAUF)
Continuous Visual Recognition Task (FVW)
Corsi-Block Tapping Test (CORSI)
Determination Test for Children (DTKI)
Differential Attention Test (DAKT)
Differential Stress Inventory (DSI)
Double Labyrinth (B19)
Eysenck Personality Profiler-V6 (EPP6)
Fields of Application Chart for Schuhfried Vienna Test System Tests
Flicker Fusion Analyzer Automatic Method (FLIM)
Flicker Tube
Functions of Perception and Attention (WAF)
General Interest Structure Test (AIST)
Hyperkinetic Syndrome Assessment Method (HKSD)
Inductive Reasoning (FOLO)
Input Devices Chart for Schuhfried Vienna Test System Tests
Intelligence Structure Battery (INSBAT)
Interference Test According to Stroop (STROOP)
Inventory of Driving Related Personality Traits (IVPE)
Light Pen
Mathematics in Practice (MIP)
Mechanical-Technical Perceptive Ability (MTA)
Mental Rotation (MR)
Mill Hill Vocabulary Scale (MHV)
MLS Workboard
Motor Performance Series (MLS)
Multi-Dimensional Pain Scale (MSS)
Multi-Motive-Grid (MMG)
Non-Verbal Learning Test (NVLT)
N-Test Alpha (NTA)
Objective Achievement Motivation Test (OLMT)
Peripheral Perception (PP)
Perseveration Test (PERSEV)
Pilot’s Spatial Test (PST)
Questionnaire Concerning Functional Drinking (FFT)
Questionnaire Concerning Reaction to Pain (FSV)
Questionnaire for the Determination of Suicide Risk (FBS)
Reaction Time Analysis (RA)
Risk Choice (RISIKO)
Scales for Service and Client Orientation (SKASUK)
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27
27
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Model #
64083
64034
64046
64117
64124
64084
64065
64060
64033
64038
64040
64041
64048
64047
64097
64095
64125
64081
64093
64072
64031
64119
64064
64126
64089
64118
64071
64114
64021
64098
64050
64115
64088
64030
64051
64069
64104
64052
64099
64116
64082
64053
64054
64067
64068
64066
64079
64127
64105
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Psycho-Diagnostic Testing (continued)
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Scales of Registration of Subjective Strain and Dissatisfaction (SBUSB)
Sensomotor Coordination (SMK)
Signal-Detection (SIGNAL)
Simultaneous Capacity/Multi-Tasking (SIMKAP)
Spatial Orientation (3D)
Standard Panel
Tachistoscope Test Generator (TT)
Tachistoscopic Traffic Test Manheim for Screen (TAVTMB)
Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI)
Test of Leadership Ability (FET)
Test Questionnaire Generator (TQ)
Time-Movement Anticipation (ZBA)
Two-Hand Coordination (2HAND)
Universal Panel
Verbal Learning Test (VLT)
Vienna Determination Test (DT)
Vienna Reaction Test (RT)
Vienna Risk-Taking Test - revised version (WRBTR)
Vienna Risk-Taking Test Traffic (WRBTV)
Vigilance (VIGIL)
Visual Pursuit Test (LVT)
Visualization (2D)
VTS Main Software (WINWTS)
Work Performance Series (ALS)
Cognitive Rehabilitation
Attention and Concentration (AUFM)
Divided Attention (GEAU)
Figural Memory (BILD)
Logical Reasoning (LODE)
Memory for Words (WORT)
Physiognomic Memory (GESI)
Plan-A-Day (PLAN)
Reaction Behavior (REVE)
RehaCom Dongle
RehaCom Panel
Shopping (EINK)
Spatial Operations (RAUM)
Topological Memory (MEMO)
Two-Dimensional Operations (VRO1)
Verbal Memory (VERB)
Vigilance (VIGI)
Visuo-Constructive Abilities (KONS)
Visuo-Motor Coordination (WISO)
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Model #
64063
64055
64042
64076
64101
64024
64091
64056
64106
64062
64090
64058
64059
64025
64057
64044
64045
64128
64094
64043
64049
64100
64032
64039
Model #
64003
64006
64004
64009
64017
64007
64019
64012
64001
64000
64005
64011
64010
64015
64013
64014
64008
64016
Placing an Order
Lafayette Instrument Company Worldwide Headquarters:
Call:
765.423.1505
Toll-Free 1.800.428.7545 (USA only)
Fax:
765.423.4111
E-mail:
lifesci@lafayetteinstrument.com
export@lafayetteinstrument.com
Write:
Lafayette Instrument Company
P.O. Box 5729
Lafayette, IN 47903 USA
Ship:
3700 Sagamore Parkway N.
Lafayette, IN 47904 USA
Lafayette Instrument Company European Headquarters:
Call:
+44 1509 817700
Fax:
+44 1509 817701
E-mail:
mail@campdeninstruments.com
Write/Ship: Campden Instruments
4 Park Road, Sileby,
Loughborough. LE12 7TJ. UK
All phone orders must be accompanied by a hard copy of
your order. All must include the following information:
1) Complete billing and shipping addresses
2) Name and department of end user
3) Model number and description of desired item(s)
4) Quantity of each item desired
5) Purchase order number or method of payment
6) Telephone number
DOMESTIC TERMS
There is a $50 minimum order. Open accounts can be extended
to most recognized educational institutions, hospitals and
government agencies. Net amount due 30 days from the date
of shipment. Enclose payment with the order; charge with VISA,
MasterCard, American Express; or pay COD. We must have a
hard copy of your order by mail or fax. Students, individuals and
private companies may call for a credit application.
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENT INFORMATION
There is a $50 minimum order. Payment must be made in
advance by: draft drawn on a major US bank; wire transfer to
our account; charge with VISA, MasterCard, American Express;
or confirmed irrevocable letter of credit. Proforma invoices will
be provided upon request.
EXPORTS
If ordering equipment for use outside the USA, please specify
the country of ultimate destination, as well as the power
requirements (110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz). Model numbers for
220V/50Hz will have a “*C” suffix.
QUOTATIONS
Quotations are supplied on an as-requested basis. Written
quotations will include the price of goods, plus estimated
shipping and handling if requested. Quotations are good for
30 days; following that time, prices are subject to change. In
such a case, please ask us to requote your order.
EXCHANGES and REFUNDS
Unaccepted merchandise may be returned for credit only if
we have been consulted and have issued prior authorization.
The merchandise should be packed well, insured for the full
value and returned along with a cover letter explaining the
reason for return. Merchandise may be returned prepaid within
thirty (30) days after receipt of the item and in the original
shipping carton. Collect shipments will not be accepted. Unit
must be returned in saleable condition, and credit is subject
to inspection of the merchandise. Customer may be assessed
a restocking fee of up to 20%.
RETURNS
Equipment may not be returned without first receiving a Return
Goods Authorization Number (RGA).
When returning equipment for service, please call Lafayette
Instrument to receive a RGA number. Your RGA number will be
good for 30 days. Address the shipment to: Lafayette Instrument
Company, 3700 Sagamore Parkway North, Lafayette, IN 47904,
USA. Shipments cannot be received at the PO Box. The items
should be packed well, insured for full value, and returned
along with a cover letter explaining the malfunction. Please
also state the name of the Lafayette Instrument representative
authorizing the return. An estimate of repair will be given prior
to completion ONLY if requested in your enclosed cover letter.
We must have a hard copy of your purchase order by mail or
fax, or repair work cannot commence.
WARRANTY
Lafayette Instrument guarantees its equipment against all
defects in materials and workmanship to the ORIGINAL
PURCHASER for a period of one (1) year from the date of
shipment, unless otherwise stated. During this period, Lafayette
Instrument will repair or replace, at its option, any equipment
found to be defective in materials or workmanship. If a problem
arises, please contact our office for prior authorization before
returning the item. This warranty does not extend to damaged
equipment resulting from alteration, misuse, negligence or
abuse, normal wear or accident. In no event shall Lafayette
Instrument be liable for incidental or consequential damages.
There are no implied warranties or merchantability of fitness
for a particular use, or of any other nature. Warranty period
for repairs or used equipment purchased from Lafayette
Instrument is 90 days.
DAMAGED GOODS
Damaged equipment should not be returned to Lafayette
Instrument prior to thorough inspection.
When a shipment arrives damaged, note damage on delivery
bill and have the driver sign it to acknowledge the damage.
Contact the delivery service, and they will file an insurance
claim. When damage is not detected at the time of delivery,
contact the carrier and request an inspection within 10 days
of the original delivery. Please call the Lafayette Instrument
Customer Service Department for a return authorization for
repair or replacement of the damaged merchandise.
As our catalogs are referred to by our customers for many months, we reserve the right to change prices without notice.
Prices may vary between our ads and our catalogs. Product description, typographic, pricing and photographic errors are
unintentional and subject to correction. Products are available in both 110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz. The material presented in this
publication is copyright-protected and may not be reproduced in any form, by any method, for any purpose without the
prior written consent of LIC.
Copyright © 2006 by Lafayette Instrument Company
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3700 Sagamore Parkway North
PO Box 5729 • Lafayette, IN 47903 USA
Tel: 765.423.1505 • 800.428.7545
Fax: 765.423.4111
E-mail: sales@lafayetteinstrument.com
www.lafayetteinstrument.com
Lafayette Instrument Co. Europe
4 Park Road, Sileby,
Loughborough, Leics., LE12 7TJ. UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1509 817700
Fax: +44 (0)1509 817701
E-mail: EUsales@lafayetteinstrument.com
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