American Sign Language-Sentence Reproduction Test

Autor/a: HAUG, Tobias
Año: 2012
Editorial: [S.l.]: Tobias Haug, 2012
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital


Educación » Adquisición y desarrollo del lenguaje, Formación, Lingüística » Lingüística de otras Lenguas de Signos


The reason for developing the American Sign Language Sentence Reproduction Test (ASL-SRT; Hauser et al., 2008) was to have a robust measure of ASL fluency, given the wide variety in ASL fluency among users. The purpose of the ASL-SRT is to evaluate the level of ASL fluency (1) for educational and clinical assessment of ASL users and (2) to provide a benchmark test which can be used in linguistic research. The goal of the ASL-SRT is also to have a measure that takes only a short time to administer and analyze/score, requires less expertise of the person scoring the test, and tests across different linguistic domains.