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Identi-Fi: A Test of Visual Organization and Recognition Remote

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

Helps you remotely measure visual organizational ability
Paper and pencil, Download, E-Manual
Age range:
5 years to 79 years
10 minutes
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! Interested in assessing your clients or students in a safer manner when in-office? Our new In-Person e-Stimulus Books, administered via tablet during in-person testing sessions, are an equivalent, convenient, and more hygienic alternative to paper. Visit the Identi-Fi product page to order. 


The Identi-Fi Remote is an 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. A digital adaptation of the paper-and-pencil version, it’s designed specifically for testing your clients when you’re apart.

Features and benefits

  • Because administration relies on videoconferencing, you and your clients can connect regardless of physical location.
  • Equivalency between paper-and-pencil and digital formats has been studied and supported. Read our white paper to learn more.
  • Only 10 minutes is needed to obtain the Visual Organization Index, which allows you to quickly and accurately evaluate the examinee's visual organizational and visual processing skills.
  • Features the same full-color, up-to-date stimuli illustrations as the paper-and-pencil version—making the test salient to current populations and adaptable to mildly visually impaired individuals.
  • Motor demand is low, requiring only a one-word utterance or a simple pointing response
  • A technical paper provides detailed administration instructions, and a white paper details the paper-and-pencil to digital equivalency study.
  • Useful in a variety of contexts:
    • when assessing individuals with traumatic brain injury and other forms of central nervous system compromise
    • when visual perceptual or processing skill deficits are suspected in the evaluation of reading disorders
    • when monitoring recovery following a brain injury or other CNS compromise
    • when right hemisphere dysfunction or deficiencies are hypothesized
    • when visual attention is an issue