What exactly is QbTest?

The QbTest is a computer-based test that combines an attention test with a movement analysis using an infrared monitoring device. The findings of the tests are compiled into a report and compared to data from persons of the same gender and age. This allows you to compare how you behave when concentrating on a task to others who do not have ADHD.

What is the best way to use QbTest?

ADHD assessment can be difficult, and there is no single clinical technique that can provide all of the answers. The QbTest provides objective statistics that, when combined with other information, will assist your clinician in determining whether or not you have ADHD.

QbTest also offers a useful baseline test that can be used to assess any future changes in your activity, attention, or impulsivity.

What is a QbTest and how does it work?

The examination is carried out in front of a computer screen. An infrared camera, a headband with an infrared marker attached, and a responder button make up the test equipment.

A lot of symbols are displayed on the computer screen during the test. When a specific symbol shows on the screen, you must press the responder button. The test takes 15 minutes to complete and does not require any knowledge of language, reading, or math.

What are the outcomes like?

The results of a seven-year-old kid with ADHD are shown in the QbTest reports below. The first two graphs in the reports depict activity levels, while the third graph depicts attention and impulsivity management. Correct presses are represented by green circles, whereas incorrect presses are represented by red squares. The reaction time is indicated by the vertical position of the symbols. All test findings are summarized as numerical figures at the bottom of the report.

Prepare a report (7 Years Old)

Prepare a report (43 Years Old)