Department of Psychology, George Mason University
Several different types of standardized assessments are offered at the Center. All assessment services include an initial interview, an interpretive conference following completion of the assessment, and a written report of the assessment results with recommendations.
Comprehensive psycho-educational assessments for children and adults to assess for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Learning Disorders, cognitive and academic strengths and weaknesses, and recommendations to improve academic, vocational, or life success.
Intellectual assessments with a standardized instrument such as one of the Wechsler scales, the Stanford Binet, or the Cognitive Assessment System.
Assessment of academic achievement in areas of arithmetic, reading, written language. The Center is able to administer the Nelson Denny Reading Test as required by many adolescent/adult testing services.
Psychological assessments of concerns other than those directly related to learning or attention typically include assessment of general intellectual ability, personality, and social-emotional functioning.
If you are looking for testing for Fairfax County's Advanced Academic Placement (AAP) Program, please see our Cognitive Assessment Program Website at http://cap.gmu.edu .