CALIFORNIA VERBAL LEARNING TEST (CVLT)

n. a neuropsychological test which aims to assess verbal memory. Designed into a word-list learning test, it generally consists of 16 items grouped into four different categories. It also employs a variety of measures such as immediate recall, free recall, and cued recall, as well as short-term and long-term delay (with interference).

CALIFORNIA VERBAL LEARNING TEST (CVLT): "The California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT) is a word-list learning test with versions fo choildre, for adults, and for the memory-impaired."
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