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Identi-Fi: A Test of Visual Organization and Recognition

Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD, and Robert J. McCaffrey, PhD

Measures visual organizational ability
Paper and pencil, Download, E-Manual
Age range:
5 years to 79 years
10 minutes; 5 minutes to score
Qualification level:
All qualifications for Level B plus an advanced professional degree that provides appropriate training in the administration and interpretation of psychological tests, or license or certification from an agency that requires appropriate training and experience in the ethical and competent use of psychological tests. Close

Also available! The Identi-Fi Remote allows you to administer via teleconferencing. Click here to order.

Also available! Our new In-Person e-Stimulus Books and Kits are convenient, more hygienic alternatives to paper administration that allow you to administer the Identi-Fi face-to-face via tablet. Be sure to download our new white paper prior to administering.


The Identi-Fi is a more appealing and accurate test of visual organization to help you assess individuals with traumatic brain injury or central nervous system compromise and monitor recovery following a brain injury.

Features and benefits

  • Includes up-to-date, colorful, and realistic illustrations, making it more relevant to current populations and more adaptable to visually impaired individuals.
  • Requires less reliance on motor ability, making it easier to interpret and more accurate than measures that require fast and accurate fine motor control.
  • Is quick and easy to use—administer and score in just 15 minutes.

Test structure

  • Includes two subtests (Visual Recognition and Visual Matching) that combine to yield a Visual Organization Index.
  • Offers percentile ranks, T scores, z scores, normal curve equivalents, and stanines.

Technical information

  • Features new normative data (N = 901) representative of 2017 U.S. Census statistics.
  • Standardized with individuals across the age range (5 to 79 years).
  • Conormed with the Trails-X, a trail-making test that includes additional executive function demands.