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Interpretation - Quiz

1.

QbTest is best utilized when used as:

 

Select one:

a) A stand-alone test

b) A complement to information from rating scales

c) A complement to information from rating scales and a clinical interview
 

2.

Which of the symbols are targets in the sequence below?

QbTest Sequence

 

 

Select one:

a) Targets are symbols: 1,2,3,4 and 6

b) Targets are symbols: 2,3,4 and 6

c) Targets are symbols: 2,3 and 4
 

3.

Which types of scores reported in QbTest are not based on age and gender?
 

Select one:

a) Q-scores (standard score)

b) Percentile scores

c) Measure (Raw scores)
 

4.

What does the parameter Distance measure?
 

Select one:

a) The type of movement the patient is making

b) The spatial distribution of the distance travelled during the test

c) The total distance travelled by the reflective marker
 

5.

What is Reaction Time Variation?
 

Select one:

a) The average time it takes for a patient to correctly respond to the targets

b) The standard deviation of the Reaction Time parameter (g. the measurement of how much the patient’s response times vary or fluctuate)

c) The type of error that occurs when there is a response to a Non-target
 

6.

How should the Q-score of 1.2 be interpreted?

 

Select one:

a) Normal performance

b) Slightly atypical performance

c) Atypical performance

 

7.

A test profile with more commission errors than correct answers in the beginning of the test may indicate:

 

Select one:

a) Omissions

b) That the patient has misunderstood the test instructions

c) Both of the above

 

8.

Which of the three statements below concerning the cardinal parameters QbActivity, QbInattention and QbImpulsivity is not correct?

 

Select one:

a) The Cardinal parameters are based on the performance during the entire test

b) The Cardinal parameters were created to reduce the number of parameters by merging parameters that are highly correlated to each other

c) The included parameters are weighted differently depending on their correlation to respective Cardinal parameter

 

9.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile:

A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile:

An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile:

An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile:

An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

See the profile belonging to a 7-year-old girl here

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

10.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

Profile belonging to a 45 year old male here

 

 

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

11.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

First take a look at this profile belonging to an 8-year-old boy

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

12.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

First take a look at this profile belonging to a 27-year-old male here

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

13.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

First take a look at this profile belonging to a 13-year-old girl here

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

14.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

First take a look at this profile belonging to a 16-year-old male here

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

15.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

First take a look at this profile belonging to an 8-year-old girl here

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

16.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

First take a look at this profile belonging to a 16-year-old girl here

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 

17.

Please classify the following test profile according to the definitions below:

Normal profile: A test profile that you view as a normal performance and most likely not the result of symptoms associated with ADHD.

Inattentive profile: An atypical performance primarily indicating difficulties with sustained attention.

Hyp/Imp profile: An atypical performance indicating problems with regulation of motor activity and impulsivity.

Combined profile: An atypical performance indicating difficulties in all three domains measured by the test; Hyperactivity, Inattention, and Impulsivity

First take a look at this profile belonging to a 15-year-old girl here

 

Select one:

a) Normal profile

b) Inattentive profile

c) Hyperactive/Impulsive profile

d) Combined profile

 


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