The Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT) was designed as a measure of receptive vocabulary for __________.
- adolescents and adults with a visual impairment.
- children and adolescents with a hearing impairment.
- children, adolescents, and adults with autism.
- children, adolescents, and adults with a motor or speech impairment.
The Correct Answer is D.
The PPVT requires the examinee to point to (or otherwise indicate) the picture that best corresponds to the word verbally provided by the examiner. This test was originally developed for examinees with a motor or speech impairment.
Answer A. The Haptic Intelligence Scale was designed for adolescents and adults with visual impairments.
Answer B. The Hiskey-Nebraska Test is a measure of intelligence for children and adolescents with hearing impairments.
Answer C. The PPVT was not originally designed for examinees with autism.