The WRAML2 is a standardised instrument that allows the user to evaluate an individual’s memory functioning. It provides evaluation of both immediate and delayed memory ability, as well as the acquisition of new learning.
Features and benefits
- The best of the original, updated for even more versatility and usability. The WRAML2 includes standard scores, scaled scores, and percentiles. Age equivalents are provided for the child and pre-adolescent age groups.
- Normed for children, adolescents, and adults, ages 5-90 years. The normative sample was constructed using a national stratified sampling technique in the US, controlling for age, sex, race, region, and education.
- Increased flexibility. A Screening Battery, consisting of four subtests from the Core Battery, provides an overview of memory functioning. Several subtests supplement the Core Battery, allowing you to choose additional subtests and indexes to facilitate qualitative analyses.
- The WRAML2 Core Battery 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, respectively. Together, these subtests yield a General Memory Index.
- Added in this edition are the Working Memory Index, which comprises the Symbolic Working Memory and Verbal Working Memory subtests, and four recognition subtests: Design Recognition, Picture Recognition, Verbal Recognition, and Story Memory Recognition.
Reliability coefficients for the Core Battery Verbal Memory Index, Visual Memory Index, and Attention/Concentration Index are .92, .89, and .86, respectively. The alpha coefficient for the General Index is .93.