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EFA-4 Examining for Aphasia Test Set Fourth Edition
Ages: 18-Adult   Grades: Adult-Adult

Use this test to identify the presence of aphasia and to determine the relative impact of this language disorder on quality of life.

Test Set
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EFA-4 Exam/Rec Bklt-Diagnostic(25)
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EFA-4 Exam/Rec Bklt-Short Form(25)
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EFA-4 Response Forms-Diagnostic(25)
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EFA-4 Response Forms-Short Form(25)
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EFA-4 Diagnostic Summary Forms(25)
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EFA-4 Personal History Forms(25)
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Test Purpose
This test evaluates the cognitive, personality, and linguistic modifications that are associated with acquired aphasia.



  • Visual Recognition
  • Auditory Recognition
  • Tactile Recognition
  • Auditory Verbal Comprehension
  • Silent Reading Comprehension
  • Nonverbal Tasks
  • Verbal Tasks
  • Meaningful Speech
  • Meaningful Writing

Testing Time

  • 30-60 minutes


  • Raw Scores
  • Subtest Scores
  • Composite Scores
  • Standard Scores
  • Percentile Rank
  • Total Score

Test Procedure
Record your patient's responses on the Examiner Record Booklet–Diagnostic Form.  Begin with the first subtest and proceed through each item.  If the patient becomes fatigued/frustrated, break at the end of a subtest if possible.  There are no basals or ceilings.

Transfer information from the Diagnostic Form to the Diagnostic Summary Form.  Include scores, patient behaviors during testing, writing interpretations, and recommendations.

If you administer the short form, record scores and patient information on the Examiner Record Booklet–Short Form.


Examiner Qualifications
This test may be administered and interpreted by a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist, neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists, neurolinguists, and health-care personnel.


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Test Set includes: examiner's manual, picture book, diagnostic form examiner record booklets, short form examiner record booklets, diagnostic form response forms, short form response forms, diagnostic/summary forms, personal history forms, and an object kit - distributed item


Leonard L. LaPointe, Jon Eisenson