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 Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence: predictive validity in a random sample.
The Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence: a technical report.
At 6 and 12 months of age, the Oswego infants were tested on the Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence, a measure of visual recognition memory (Darvill et al.