Now available: new extended norms for the d2 Test of Attention – Revised (d2-R)

In its newest iteration, the d2-R has become one of the most widely-used measures of attention – particularly visual attention – throughout Europe. Applied not only within clinical and educational settings, it is also used within the pharmaceutical and transport sectors and finds further utility in areas such as sports psychology.

Now, following our latest update, both new and existing users of the d2-R will automatically gain access to additional sets of norms for the measure. Users can now choose between:
•    UK norms for ages 18–55 years
•    European norms for ages 18–55 years
•    German (general population) norms for ages 8–79 years – these are available in two groups:

  1. German children and adolescents aged 8–17 years (in one-year bands from 8–15, plus a two-year band 16–17)
  2. German adolescents and adults aged 18–79 years (age bands 18–19, followed by ten-year bands, 20–29, 30–39 etc. up to 70–79).

The availability of extended norms brings even greater utility to the measure and will be of particular interest to those working in Neuropsychology.

Discover the power of the d2-R

Watch the video below or download the case study explaining how we worked with Nottingham City Transport to incorporate the d2 into their selection process and save them more than £1.2 million.

There has never been a better time to use d2-R on HTS 5

Following the recent announcement that we will no longer be charging subscription fees for the Hogrefe Testsystem (HTS 5), there has never been a better time to get started with the d2-R. Contact us today to discuss how the d2-R could be of benefit to your clients or organisation.