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Test of Premorbid Functioning

(TOPF)

Test of Premorbid Functioning estimates an individual's pre-morbid cognitive and memory functioning. A revised and updated version of the Wechsler Test of Adult Reading™, TOPF helps predict pre-injury IQ and memory abilities.

Age range:
Individuals 16 - 90 years
Publication date:
2009
Qualification level:
C
Completion time:
Less than 10 minutes

Pricing & Ordering

  • TOPF Q-global Kit

    015800972X

    Kit includes: Manual, 25 Report forms with pre-paid Q-global score reports), TOPF laminated Word List card

    Pricing and Qualification

    Price: $211.25

    Qualification Level C

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  • TOPF Manual

    0158009665

    Pricing and Qualification

    Price: $102.00

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  • ACS Test of Pre-Morbid Function Card

    0158896424

    Pricing and Qualification

    Price: $15.00

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  • Test of Premorbid Function Record Forms

    0158896440

    Pkg of 25

    Pricing and Qualification

    Price: $53.50

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  • TOPF Q-global Report

    015001872X

    Required for scoring.

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    Price: $3.00

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Product Details

The Test of Premorbid Functioning enables clinicians to estimate an individual’s level of cognitive and memory functioning before the onset of injury or illness.

Benefits

  • Effective for predicting intellectual and memory performance.
  • Ideal for clinicians wishing to develop appropriate treatment plans.
  • Includes a list of 70 words that have atypical grapheme to phoneme translations.
  • Can be given in addition to WAIS-IV / WMS-IV assessment to provide an estimate of change in abilities.
  • Can be used in forensic evaluations to evaluate suspected loss of cognitive functioning.

Case Study

Learn about a patient referred for neuropsychological testing when a neurological evaluation and brain imaging were inconclusive. Read the case study.