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Kaufman Short Neuropsychological Assessment Procedure

(K-SNAP)

Kaufman Short Neuropsychological Assessment Procedure (K-SNAP) is a brief, individually administered measure of the cognitive functioning of adolescents and adults. K-SNAP can be used as short, cognitive evaluation or as part of a more comprehensive neuropsychological or intellectual assessment.

Scores/Interpretation:

Yields three subtest scores and two composite scores, plus a descriptive category for Mental Status. The Gestalt Closure, Number Recall, Four-Letter Words subtests, as well as Recall/Closure Composite, yield scaled scores (M= 10, SD= 3), percentile ranks, and descriptive categories. K-SNAP Composite yields standard scores (M = 100, SD= 15), percentile ranks, and descriptive categories.

Age range:

11 through 85+

Qualification level:

B

Administration:

30 minutes

Pricing & Ordering

  • K-SNAP Manual

    3561

    Pricing and Qualification

    Price: $91.75

    Qualification Level C

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  • K-SNAP Record Forms

    3563

    Pkg of 25

    Pricing and Qualification

    Price: $67.00

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  • K-SNAP Easel

    3562

    Pricing and Qualification

    Price: $216.25

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Product Details

This brief, individually administered measure assesses aspects of the mental functioning of adolescents and adults.

Benefits

  • Use to determine if more comprehensive testing is necessary.
  • Ideal as a step in the routine admission process for those being evaluated at any medical, psychological, or correctional facility.
  • Retest and monitor progress over time.
  • Several studies support K-SNAP's reliability and validity, using both normal and clinical samples.

Features

K-SNAP is perfect for those times when a short, cognitive evaluation is needed.

  • Includes 4 subtests organized in three levels of cognitive complexity: attention-orientation, simple memory and perceptual skills, and complex intellectual functioning and planning ability.
  • Interpret performance using age-based normative scores.
  • Developed with the KAIT, K-BIT, and K-FAST, and normed on a representative standardization sample of 2,000 people; all items were checked for cultural bias.

Resources

The following resources are available for K-SNAP.