The Event Task Stimulus Set

The Event Task Stimulus Set was created to measure access to generalized events stored in semantic memory. It has been examined in a large normative sample as well as in people with neurological disorders (Dresang, Dickey, & Warren, 2020), and to measure semantic violations in visual processing (Proverbio & Riva, 2009).

Authors:  Federica RivaHaley C. DresangMichael Walsh DickeyTessa WarrenAlice Mado Proverbio
Updated:  2021-06-15
Keywords:  languagememorypsychologyaphasiaexperimentEnglish

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The Pair Test

The Pair Test offers improved diagnosis, with more precise indication on the nature of the memory deficit and the underlying processing impairment in patients with known or suspected pathology in the temporal lobe.

Authors:  Sarah Buck
Updated:  2021-05-07
Keywords:  memorypsychologylearningneuropsychologyEnglish


The English Lexicon Project

The English Lexicon Project affords access to a large set of lexical characteristics, along with behavioral data from visual lexical decision and naming studies of 40,481 words and 40,481 nonwords.

Authors:  David A. BalotaMelvin YapMichael CorteseKeith HutchisonBrett KesslerBjorn LoftisJames NeelyDouglas NelsonGreg SimpsonRebecca TreimanGreg Burgess
Updated:  2019-09-28
Keywords:  psycholinguisticsmemorycomputational-modelinglexicontext-database


The Nijmegen-Venray Confabulation List (NVCL-20)

The NVCL-20 is an observation scale to measure spontaneous confabulation. This scale's items cover spontaneous confabulation, provoked confabulation, and memory and orientation.

Authors:  Yvonne C. M. RensenJoukje M. OostermanJessica E. van DammeSonja I. A. GriekspoorArie J. WesterMichael D. Kopelman& Roy P. C. Kessels
Updated:  2015-11-11
Keywords:  psychologymemorylanguageneuropsychologyEnglishDutch