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Automated Working Memory Assessment (AWMA) - Reliability

Test reliability of the AWMA was measured on 128 individuals randomly selected across schools and universities aged between 4.10 years to 22.5 years (mean=10.4 years, S.D.=5 years).

A period of four weeks separated the two successive testing administrations. There was a close relationship between the individual’s performance at the first and the second time of testing, which indicates that there was very little change in the scores at the two testing points (rs ranged from .69 to .90).


Key Information


AWMA provides a practical and convenient way for teachers and psychologists to screen for significant working memory problems from childhood to early adulthood


Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway

Publication Year


Age Range

4 to 22 years


Individual - Screener: 5 to 7 mins; Short form: 10 to 15 mins; Long form: 45 mins

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