Lack of motivation or poor working memory? Find out how to tell the difference using reliable and standardized tests of working memory

AWMA
AWMA

Alloway Working Memory Assessment (AWMA-2)

The AWMA-2 is an online assessment of working memory. It is standardized from early childhood to adulthood. This tool provides an easy and reliable way for psychologists, clinicians, and educational professionals to assess verbal (auditory) and visuo-spatial short-term memory and working memory. To date, the AWMA has been translated into almost 20 languages. Details about the reliability and validity of the AWMA can be found here.

 

Working Memory Rating Scale

WMRS

WMRS

The Working Memory Rating Scale (WMRS) is a behavioral rating scale developed for educators to quickly identify children with working memory deficits. The WMRS was developed on the basis of interviews with educators and consists of 20 questions relating to classroom behaviors related to working memory deficits. It is suitable for ages 5 to 11. It has also been co-normed with the AWMA to provide a reliable tool for routine screening of memory difficulties. Learn more.