Child and Adolescent Memory Profile (ChAMP)

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Child and Adolescent Memory Profile (ChAMP)

ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY
31509R ChAMP Record Forms, Pk/25
$121.00
31509S ChAMP Stimulus Book
$243.00
31509M ChAMP Manual
$134.00
31509 Child and Adolescent Memory Profile (ChAMP) Kit
$466.00

 

Now available! The ChAMP is a norm-referenced test of memory for use with children, adolescents, and young adults that allows both in-depth memory evaluation and memory screening.

Features and benefits

  • Based on the latest neuroscience research on human memory.
  • Brief and easy to administer yet comprehensive: covers core verbal and visual memory domains with only a few subtests.
  • Uses common, real-life scenarios and colorful, developmentally appropriate stimuli that are engaging and relevant to young examinees.
  • Administration time is only 35 minutes, with no additional delay time required; Screening Index takes about 10 minutes.
  • No motor response required.
  • Focused on learning—each subtest has multiple learning trials.
  • Includes built-in validity indicators.
  • Allows for in-depth analysis and progress monitoring through discrepancy score analysis and reliable change scores; a base rate analysis of low scores and a strengths and weaknesses analysis are also available.
  • Provides intervention recommendations for both home and school.

Test structure

  • Includes two verbal memory and two visual memory subtests; these combine to yield an overall score, the Total Memory Index. Additional Index scores reflect performance in visual and verbal memory and immediate and delayed memory.
  • The Screening Index, comprising one verbal and one visual subtest, is useful for brief memory screening.

Technical information

  • Standardized using a large normative sample of more than 1,200 participants representative of the 2012 U.S. population.
  • Clinical sample includes a large clinical sample of more than 200 children with learning disabilities, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, brain injury, and intellectual development disability.
  • Supported by strong evidence of reliability and validity.