Obtain the most comprehensive and detailed assessment of verbal learning and memory available for older adolescents and adults.
A revision of the classic test of verbal learning and memory, the California Verbal Learning TestSecond Edition (CVLTII)
- More comprehensive information provided by new items
- Flexible administration with new Short and Alternate Forms
- Expanded age range for broader usage
- Correlation with the Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI) for valuable comparative data
- Technologically advanced scoring system
More Comprehensive Information
New items provide more comprehensive information than ever before. Examinees are read a list of words, selected after careful study of their frequency of use across multiple demographic variables, and asked to recall them across a series of trials. In addition to recall and recognition scores, CVLTII measures encoding strategies, learning rates, error types, and other process data. CVLTII includes forced-choice items useful for detecting malingering, thereby helping to reduce false results.
New options provide flexibility in test administration. You can use the Short Form when exam time is limited or when you need less detailed test information. The Short Form is also helpful when examinee fatigue is a concern, or severe memory or cognitive deficits make the Standard or Alternate Forms impractical. The Short Form features lists of nine words in three categories and takes only 15 minutes to administer (plus two delay periods totaling 15 minutes). The new Alternate Form prevents artificially inflated scores when re-testing is necessary. The Standard and Alternate Forms can be administered in 30 minutes, with an additional 30-minute delay.
Extensive clinical data are available. New norms are available on a national sample of adults selected to represent the U.S. population. Norms are provided for individuals from ages 16 to 89, increasing the use of the new edition.
Correlated with Wechsler Abbreviated
CVLTII is correlated with the Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI), providing valuable comparison information about the effect of cognitive ability on verbal learning and memory.
Technologically Advanced Scoring System
The CVLTII Comprehensive Scoring System provides rich information not available through typical hand scoring. The most technologically advanced scoring software yet, it offers multiple scoring options, varying from brief to highly detailed information.