Provides comprehensive memory assessment in a senior-friendly format
55 through 89 years
6 individually administered subtests and 3 delayed recall tasks that evaluate general and specific memory functions
Based on a sample of 428 adults, ages 55-0 through 89-11, from 15 states; representative of the U.S. population in regard to gender, ethnicity, urban/rural residence, and geographic region
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(TOMAL-SE) Test of Memory and Learning, Senior Edition
BY CECIL R. REYNOLDS AND JUDITH K. VOREES
Here's a memory test that's designed specifically for seniors. It's long enough to provide a thorough assessment yet short enough to keep older individuals from becoming fatigued or distracted.
The TOMAL-SE evaluates both general and specific aspects of memory. It is composed of three delayed recall tasks and the following core subtests:
- Memory for Stories
- Facial Memory
- Word List Learning
- Object Recall
- Visual Sequential Memory
- Memory for Location
Individually administered, the TOMAL-SE yields scaled scores and percentiles for each subtest, plus index scores for Composite Memory, Verbal Memory, Nonverbal Memory, Verbal Delayed Recall, and Learning. For subtests in the Learning Index, you can compare learning curves for each examinee to those of a same-age group within the standardization sample.
Analyzed at item and subtest levels, the test demonstrates no gender or ethnic bias.
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