The Rey 15-item recognition trial: a technique to enhance sensitivity of the Rey 15-item memorization test.

@article{Boone2002TheR1,
  title={The Rey 15-item recognition trial: a technique to enhance sensitivity of the Rey 15-item memorization test.},
  author={Kyle Brauer Boone and Xavier Salazar and Po Lu and Kimberly Warner-Chacon and Jill Razani},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={24 5},
  pages={
          561-73
        }
}
Numerous publications on the Rey 15-item Memorization Test have cited limitations primarily in test sensitivity, as well as to some extent in specificity. In the current study, 49 patients with suspect effort, 36 neuropsychology clinic patients not in litigation or attempting to secure disability, 33 learning disabled college students, and 60 normal controls were administered the Rey Test in standard format followed by a recognition trial. A free recall score <9 was found to have excellent… CONTINUE READING

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