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The Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning, Second Edition (WRAML2) is a standardized test that measures an individual's memory functioning. It evaluates both immediate and delayed memory ability along with the acquisition of new learning. The WRAML2 is normed for individuals ages 5–90 years.
The WRAML2 is composed of two verbal, two visual, and two attention-concentration subtests, yielding a Verbal Memory Index, a Visual Memory Index, and an Attention-Concentration Index. Together, these subtests yield the General Memory Index. The Working Memory Index consists of the Symbolic Working Memory and Verbal Working Memory subtests. In addition, there are four recognition subtests.
The WRAML2 is published by and available from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.. A scoring program also is available.
References[edit | edit source]
- Sheslow, D., and Adams, W. (2003). Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning Second Edition administration and technical manual. Lutz, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources.