Overview: A nationally standardized test for evaluating general and specific memory functions. Now normed for children and adults.
Age Range: Individuals 5–60 years old
Reading Level: Varies by subtest
Completion Time: Core battery - 30 minutes; with core battery plus supplementary - 60 minutes
Scores/Interpretation: Core Indexes include Verbal Memory, Nonverbal Memory, and Composite Memory. Supplementary Indexes include Verbal Delayed Recall, Learning, Attention and Concentration, Sequential Memory, Free Recall, and Associative Recall. Includes standardized or scaled scores and percentiles.
Scoring Options: Manual scoring
Publication Date: 2008
TOMAL-2 provides the most comprehensive coverage of memory assessment available in a standardized battery. This instrument allows direct comparison across a variety of aspects of memory in a single battery.
Features & Benefits
- Enables assessment of an individual's strengths and weaknesses as well as potentially pathologic indicators of memory disturbances
- Helps evaluate general specific memory functions using eight core subtests, six supplementary subtests, and two delayed recall tasks
- Well-suited for evaluating children or adults referred for suspected learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, neurological diseases, serious emotional disturbances, and ADHD