Receptive & Expressive One Word Picture Vocabulary Test, 4th Edition

Measure DescriptionSource of measure Martin, N. A., & Brownell, R. (2011). Expressive one-word picture vocabulary test 4. Academic Therapy Publications.

Martin, N., & Brownell, R. (2011). Receptive one-word picture vocabulary test. ATP Assessment, a division of Academic Therapy Publications.
Mode of administration Direct assessment
Age range for use2-70+ yrs
Domains AssessedROWPVT-4: Receptive vocabulary (ability to match a spoken word with an image of an concept, object, or action)

EOWPVT-4: Expressive vocabulary (ability to name concepts, objects, or actions)
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BurdenTraining needed to administerNeed master's degree in relevant field, certification in relevant field, healthcare license/degree, or formal training in relevant field and in administration of assessments
Minutes to complete15-20
# of itemsVariable
CostYes: $185 for starter package, $41 for additional 25 forms
Adaptation for AIAN useAdaptedNo
Developer allows adaptation?No
Used with AIAN populations? Yes
AIAN: Cronbach's alpha rangeNone provided yet
AIAN: Evidence of validityNone provided yet
Other populations: Cronbach's alpha rangeInternal consistency ranges from .93-.97. Test-retest correlations range from .97-.98 (per developer).
Other populations: Evidence of validityStandardization sample included over 2,400 participants from age 2-103 living in 26 states in the U.S. The ROWPVT-4 and EOWPVT-4 demonstrate convergent validity with other measures of language ability, as well as discriminant validity with other intelligence tests (Goldstein, Allen, Fleming, 198). Validity shown in normative samples, Mexican-American children, and learning disabled children (Furlong & Teuber, 1984; Teuber & Furlong, 1985).
SourceDeveloperAcademic Therapy Publications, Inc.
SummaryComments about sensitivity to changeScores on EOWPVT improve following reading interventions (Falco, Fischel, DeBaryshe, Valdez-Menchaca, Caulfield, 1988; Hargrave & Senechal, 2000)
General remarksStandardized based on English-speaking individuals in the U.S.