To take advantage of extra outcome measures and our latest cloud technology, we would recommend using our Spatial Span (SSP) task.
Spatial Recognition Memory is a test of visual-spatial recognition memory in a 2-choice forced discrimination paradigm.
The participant is presented with a white square, which appears in a sequence at five different locations on the screen. In the recognition phase, the participant sees a series of five pairs of squares, one of which is in a place previously seen in the presentation phase. The other square is in a location not seen in the presentation phase (distractor stimulus). As with the PRM test, locations are tested in the reverse of the presentation order. This sub-test is repeated three more times, each time with five new locations.
Outcome measures include the number and percentage of correct trials and latency (speed of participant’s response).
Please contact us to discuss your normative data requirements. Please note, we do not recommend using normative data in place of a control group.