About the Measure

Domains Language
Subscales Not examined
Target Construct Oral language: Expressive language at the sentence and word level.
Description The Narrative Assessment Protocol (NAP) is a tool that is designed to assess children’s spoken narrative language abilities using a narrative sample elicited with the wordless storybook Frog, Where are You? (Mayer, 1969). Importantly, the NAP facilitates the coding of a narrative sample in real time and eliminates the need for narrative transcription.
Test Authors Justice, Bowles, Pence & Gosse, 2010)
Publisher No test publisher: EXCLUDED (Not published)
Psychometry Not evaluated as not published
Implementation Not evaluated as not published

Implementation details

Respondent Not examined
Prior knowledge Required Not examined
Scoring Not examined
Time Not examined
Age 3 to 5 years

Psychometric details

UK norms Insufficient data in the public domain to evaluate
Norm / Criterion referenced Insufficient data to decide
Standardisation sample Insufficient data in the public domain to evaluate.
Reliability Not examined
Criterion validity Not examined
Construct validity Not examined
Concurrent validity Not examined