Overview about the MULT/AP series:

MULT/AP Standard (MULT/AP for adults)

questionnaire, MULT/AP-A, MULT/AP-B, MULT/AP-C

MULT/AP Teenager

questionnaire, MULT/AP-a, MULT/AP-b, MULT/AP-c

MULT/AP Pre/Primary

questionnaire, MULT/AP-aa, MULT/AP-bb, MULT/AP-cc


Short versions:

MULT/AP Standard Version S

questionnaire, MULT/AP-A-S, MULT/AP-B-S, MULT/AP-C-S

MULT/AP Teenager Version S

questionnaire, MULT/AP-a-S, MULT/AP-b-S, MULT/AP-c-S

MULT/AP Pre/Primary Version S

questionnaire, MULT/AP-aa-S, MULT/AP-bb-S, MULT/AP-cc-S


Why choosing the standard (long) or the short version of the MULT/ APs?

The difference between the long and the short versions is that the longer MULT/ APs are more informative in terms of single languages (Chinese, Tagalog, Persian, and Japanese) as there are scores about single languages available as well. List of scores for each test see below.  If there is a general score with no particular reference to individual languages needed, the short versions of the MULT/ APs may be informative enough. If sub-scores are of interest for the research, the standard version (long version) is the best choice. The Mult APs have also been designed to uncover in how far musical abilities contribute to individual languages for interdisciplinary work focusing on music and language functions (for further information consult music and language section).