McKinzey, R. K. (2011, April 21). The current accuracy rates of the Word Memory Test. WebPsychEmpiricist Retrieved April 21, 2011, from http://wpe.info/papers_table.html

The Word Memory Test (WMT) is a standalone measure of insufficient effort and malingering. This literature review specifies cross-validated accuracy rates, age ranges (7-adult), reading level (third grade), and a bibliography sufficient for clinical and forensic use of the test. The 10/1/03 & 10/20/03 updates change “in press” cites. The 11/1/03 update added two new cross-validations. The 4/30/05 update added one new cross-validation. The 4/4/07 update added two new cross-validations. The 10/15/07 update changed “in press” cites and corrects a N. The 5/7/10 update added two new cross-validations. The 11/17/10 update added two cites. This update adds another cite.

McKinzey 2011 (pdf)

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