Objective: To determine how similar the Brown Location Test is to the California Verbal Learning Test-II on Recall and Recognition measures. Method: At a small, northeastern U.S. state university, forty-one participants (mean age = 22.98, SD = 5.46; mean education = 15.59, SD = 1.22; 58.5% female) were administered a small battery of neuropsychological tests, which included two alternate forms of the paper version of the Brown Location Test (BLT) and the California Verbal Learning Test-II (CVLT-II). Results: Initial analyses to see if the paper versions of the BLT differed from each other demonstrated that there were not significant differences. Correlations between the BLT and CVLT were significant for all recall and recognition measures investigated. The correlations ranged from .32 to .46, which were all significant (p < .05). Conclusion: The sample size was small, so more research looking at how similar these two tests function would be desirable. This...

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