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Author: Wilson, Barbara A.
Summary: The Rivermead behavioural memory test (RBMT) was designed to assess memory skills related to everyday situations. This test is useful to predict everyday life task memory problems in patients who have experienced brain damage through injury or illness. The RBMT includes the following subtests: remembering an appointment, remembering a short route: immediate and delated, remembering a belonging, remembering to deliver a message, picture recognition, orientation, story recall : immediate and delayed, remembering a name, and face recognition.
Library Record: Call # WL 141 R621r2 2003 ATOOLS (Reserve Desk)
Population: 16 to 96 years
Completion time Individual - 25 to 30 minutes
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