Abstract

The purpose of this paper was to extend the use of the verbal Selective Reminding Test to the Spanish-speaking population. Since valid and reliable tests, with appropriate norms are essential for an adequate assessment of cognitive functioning, in this study we provide normative data collected from 329 Spanish-speaking individuals for a Spanish version of the test. Age, gender and education effects were analyzed. In addition, the reliability of the test was also investigated. The adequacy of these norms to people from other Spanish-speaking countries is discussed. In addition to the measures typically reported, we have included three new indices.