A computerized, objective measure of attention and inhibitory control normed by gender for ages 4 to 80+.
What is the T.O.V.A.?
The T.O.V.A. objectively measures the key components of attention and self-control, variability (consistency), response time (speed), commissions (impulsivity), and omissions (focus and vigilance). The T.O.V.A. provides information that is not available through self-report or the report of others. It can be used along with subjective measures such as behavior ratings, symptom checklists, and a history for a more comprehensive picture of academic, social, and personal performance. The T.O.V.A. does not make a diagnosis: that is the job of the clinician.
What makes the T.O.V.A. unique?
- Custom-designed hardware precisely measures reaction times (±1 ms)
- Language and culture-free testing (with 8 different test instruction languages)
- Separate visual and auditory tests
- Extensively normed by gender for ages 4 to 80+
- Embedded Performance Validity to flag unusual performance
- Immediately available, easy-to-read report
- Home and School Success Strategies available for treatment options
- Any personnel can be trained to administer the test
- Sufficiently long to measure vigilance
- Shorter test for young children
Who uses the T.O.V.A.?
The clinical version of the T.O.V.A. is used by licensed clinicians such as physicians (including psychiatrists, neurologists, pediatricians, internists, and family practitioners), neuropsychologists, nurse practitioners, optometrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and others holding a license in their field.
The screening version is used by schools, rehabilitation programs, non-licensed health care settings, and human resource departments.
- Free technical support, Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm PT.
- Free interpretation support, Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm PT.
- Free software upgrades.
- Free nationwide referral service, linking T.O.V.A. providers with referrals.
To purchase the T.O.V.A. or for more information, please contact us.