Conners Continuous Performance Test
The Conners Continuous Performance Test 3rd Edition™ (Conners CPT 3™) is a task-oriented computerized assessment of attention-related problems in individuals aged 8 years and older. By indexing the respondent’s performance in areas of inattentiveness, impulsivity, sustained attention, and vigilance, the Conners CPT 3 can be useful to the process of diagnosing Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and other neurological conditions related to attention. The Conners CPT 3 provides objective information about an individual’s performance in attention tasks, complementing information obtained from rating scales such as the Conners 3.
The Conners CPT 3 can be used in conjunction with the Conners Continuous Auditory Test of Attention™ (Conners CATA™) which assesses auditory processing and attention-related problems in individuals aged 8 years and older. The Conners CPT 3 and Conners CATA can be purchased as a combo kit or individually. Click here to learn more about the Conners CATA.
• A comprehensive evaluation with the introduction of an auditory attention test. Click here to learn more about the Conners CATA.
• Easy interpretation with new reports offering clear visuals and summaries. Click here to learn more about the Updated Reports.
• Trusted results with the most representative CPT normative samples collected. Click here to learn more about the Normative Sample.
• Diagnostic confidence with a refined measurement of attention. Click here to learn about Scoring.
New to the
Conners CPT 3:
• Revised paradigm: New ratio of non-targets (the letter X) to targets (all other letters) to improve the test’s sensitivity to impulsivity problems.
• New and updated normative data:
☉ Consists of 1400 cases representative of the latest United States (U.S.)
☉ Normative samples normed on a variety of computer models and
• Enhanced look and feel of the program designed to reduce glare and reflection on computer or laptop monitors.
• New Scores and Score Dimensions of Attention Measured:
☉ Sustained Attention
• New easy to understand clinical likelihood statements are based on T-scores and displayed as very high, high, moderate, or minimal.
• New age range: Age 8+