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. 2002 Oct;95(2):559-69.
doi: 10.2466/pms.2002.95.2.559.

Reliability Estimates for the Immediate and Delayed Memory Tasks

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Reliability Estimates for the Immediate and Delayed Memory Tasks

Charles W Mathias et al. Percept Mot Skills. .

Abstract

The Immediate and Delayed Memory Tasks are variations of the Continuous Performance Test. While previous research with the tasks has focused on group performance across multiple blocks and sessions, reliability estimates have not been established. We estimated reliability (1) between blocks of a single testing session (N=106), (2) across four sessions within a single testing day (N=20), and (3) across sessions on four consecutive testing days (N=20). Analyses indicated that the primary variable of interest, i.e., commission of errors, showed acceptable reliability within and across testing periods.

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