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Non-Verbal Learning Test
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Detailed Description+

Assesses learning ability in the context of non-verbal memory material.
Disorders of memory play an important part in many clinical disorders and injuries. They have a major impact on the patient’s quality of life and can cause significant difficulties both in private life and at work. Careful neuropsychological assessment and differentiation of these memory impairments is particularly important in predicting the course of the illness, in assessing the patient’s occupational and social prospects and in planning suitable rehabilitation measures. The test is therefore used mainly in clinical neuropsychology.

Test forms+

S1: Long form A S2: Short form A
S3: Visual discrimination test – for use with respondents of below-average ability
S11: Long form B – parallel test form
S12: Short form B – parallel test form

Task+

The respondent is shown a sequence of either geometric or irregularly shaped figures. For each figure respondents are required to decide whether they have seen it before or whether it is being presented for the first time.

Dimensions+

Memory

Languages+

Hungarian

Turkish

Dutch

English (USA)

French

Italian

Swedish

Slovak

Spanish

German

Polish

Romanian

Finnish

Chinese

Czech

Hindi

Slovene

Duration+

approx. 9-10 minutes, depending on test form The visual discrimination test takes approximately three minutes.

Age+

Norms for ages 5+.

Test administration+

Controlled Mode


Scoring+

The following main variables are scored:

  • Sum of the differences between correct and incorrect YES answers: Measure of learning ability.
  • Sum of correct YES answers: Measure of the ability to recognize repeatedly presented items as such.
  • Sum of incorrect YES answers: Measure of the ability to identify items that have not previously been presented as new items and to distinguish them from recurring items.

The subsidiary variables enable separate scoring of learning performance for geometric (high-associative) and irregular (low-associative) figures. Dual coding is easier for the geometric, high-associative items than for the low-associative ones, since it can be assumed that high-associative items can be coded verbally as well as pictorially.

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Products specifications
LanguagesChinese
LanguagesCzech
LanguagesDutch
LanguagesEnglish (USA)
LanguagesFinnish
LanguagesFrench
LanguagesGerman
LanguagesHindi
LanguagesHungarian
LanguagesItalian
LanguagesPolish
LanguagesRomanian
LanguagesSlovak
LanguagesSlovene
LanguagesSpanish
LanguagesSwedish
LanguagesTurkish
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Test informationlanguage-free item material <i class="fas fa-info-circle tooltips test-info" data-container="body" data-placement="top" data-toggle="tooltip" title="A test that uses language-free item material is one that can be worked by a respondent with no linguistic knowledge, provided that the instructions have been understood (for example with support from the test administrator)."></i>
DimensionsMemory
Test typeSpecial Ability Tests