The Graded Naming Test (GNT) was developed by Professor Elizabeth Warrington and Dr Pat McKenna in 1980 and has been used extensively in cognitive neuropsychology to assess object naming ability.
Participants are shown a number of images and are asked to say what the image is. These are graded in difficulty, avoiding ceiling effects, which are often seen in naming tests. Reduced efficiency in retrieving the name of an object can be the first and only indication of impaired language functioning
Outcome measures include total correct, total errors, normative z-score and percentile.
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Pencil and paper copies
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Please note that GNT is currently available in UK English only.