The MEMRY is the first and only nationally standardized rating scale specifically designed to measure everyday memory in children, adolescents, and young adults. It measures daily memory, learning, and executive aspects of memory, including working memory.
Features and benefits
e-Manuals and e-Stimulus Books are limited to a single user and device. Please see our e-Manuals FAQ before ordering e-Manuals, and please see our e-Stimulus Books FAQ before ordering e-Stimulus Books.
i-Admins provide on-screen test administration, either in your office or remotely. Purchasers should own the MEMRY Professional Manual or purchase it before use. Reports must be purchased separately.
How does the fact that the MEMRY is conormed with the Memory Validity Profile (MVP) and the Child and Adolescent Memory Profile (ChAMP) help the practitioner? In what circumstance(s) would these all be used together?
Each component provides additional information about a child’s memory abilities, and conorming means that all three were standardized on the same large, representative sample. The ChAMP is a performance-based memory test with an embedded performance validity indicator and the MVP is a standalone performance validity test. The three forms of the MEMRY allow the student, parent, and teacher to provide their subjective ratings of the child’s real-world memory performance, and it also includes symptom validity scales. Together, these contribute to building a best-practice battery that includes at least two validity metrics. Either the ChAMP or MEMRY could be used in screening for memory problems, and the three together form a valuable segment of a comprehensive neuropsychological or psychoeducational evaluation.