Performance of Children with and without Traumatic Brain Injury on the Contextual Memory Test (CMT)

@inproceedings{Josman2000PerformanceOC,
  title={Performance of Children with and without Traumatic Brain Injury on the Contextual Memory Test (CMT)},
  author={Naomi Josman and Tikva Berney and Tal Jarus},
  year={2000}
}
Deficits in memory are among the most significant and pervasive neuropsychological sequelae of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in children. This exploratory study investigated the use of the Contextual Memory Test (CMT) to measure aspects of memory and metamemory in children. Performance was scored on (1) immediate and delayed recall as well as recognition, and (2) self-awareness of memory ability. The study also investigated the capacity of the CMT to differentiate between children with and… CONTINUE READING