The selective reminding technique : developmental implications for children's memory assessment
A commonly-used procedure for the clinical assessment of memory functioning is Buschke's (1973) Selective Reminding Technique (SAT). Although clinicians have employed the SRT with patients of all ages, they have largely ignored a particular problem in interpreting child data. This difficulty stems from the fact that qualitative changes in knowledge occur during. the course of children's cognitive development and that such changes affect memory performance. Thus, a given pattern of apparent...[Show more]
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