Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence


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Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence

Pediatric neurology
A test designed to assess visual recognition memory, based on the time that an infant spends looking at a novel stimulus. The FTII is the culmination of years of basic research on infant visual perception and recognition memory abilities, and is a clinically useful test for diagnosing infants at high risk for future mental retardation and intellectual deficit, which allows early intervention in high-risk infants.
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The German children were assessed on the Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence at 7 months of age, the Bayley Scales of Infant Development at 7, 18, and 30 months of age, and the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC) and Heidelberg Test for Language Development at 42 months of age.
Tests included those used in previous PCB studies such as the Bayley Scales of Infant Development and the Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence, as well as several new tests such as the A-not-B object permanency test, the Haith Paradigm Test, and Teller Visual Acuity Cards.
As discussed above, the Oswego research team recently reported PCB-related cognitive impairments on the Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence at 6 and 12 months of age (Darvill et al.