California Verbal Learning Test Children's VersionCVLT-C
- CVLT®-C California Verbal Learning Test® Children's Version is used to assess verbal learning and memory in children and adolescents. Useful in various settings to identify learning and memory difficulties, isolate deficient learning strategies, and assist in designing remediation programs. Guidance on using this test in your telepractice.
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CVLT-C Q-global Manual (Digital)A103000232436 Qualification Level C
Once ordered, the digital asset is accessible by logging into Q-global and visiting the Q-global Resource Library. It is a view-only digital file.
CVLT-C Complete Kit (Print)0158033957 Qualification Level C
Includes Manual (Print) and 25 Record Forms (Print)Estimated to ship:1-2 weeks
CVLT-C Manual (Print)0158033965 Qualification Level CEstimated to ship:4 weeks
CVLT-C Record Forms Qty 25 (Print)0158033973 Qualification Level C
- Publication date:
- Age range:
- 5 through 16.11 years
- Qualification level:
- Completion time:
- 15 to 20 minutes, plus a 20-minute interval to accommodate delayed recall measure
- Nationally normed age-based sample available on 27 key indices
- System requirements:
- Please note that the software is compatible with Windows XP only.
- Guidance on using this test in your telepractice
CVLT-C evaluates children and adolescents with learning and memory impairments that may have resulted from traumatic brain injury or are evidenced by mild to severe learning disabilities, attention-deficit disorders, intellectual disability, psychiatric problems, or other neurological disorders.
CVLT-C produces a detailed analysis of the child's performance on recall measures, learning characteristics measures, areas of recall errors, and contrast measures.