RAVLT results based on age, education, sex, and the cut-off scores

GOERITNO, HARYO and Utami, Margaretha Sih Setija and SULASTRI, AUGUSTINA (2018) RAVLT results based on age, education, sex, and the cut-off scores. RAVLT results based on age, education, sex, and the cut-off scores.

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The Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test (RAVLT) was introduced by Andrey Rey in 1958. It assesses verbal learning over trial, short term retention, and long term retention. There were some researches which studies about the relationships between age, education, and sex with RAVLT results. There were some different results of those studies because of many variances of the RAVLT versions. The research aimed to sutdy the relationship between age, education, and sex with each subtest of the RAVLT-Rey 1964 version. There were 219 participants. Their ages ranged from 17-75 year old. There were 85 male and 135 female participants. The education of the participants was distributed from the completion of elementary school to the postgraduate program. The results of the research showed that there was significant negative correlations between age and short term retention (r=0.322, p<0.01), and long term memory (r=0.341, p<0.01). But there was bo significant correlation between age and verbal learning over trial (r=0.069, p.0.05). There was no significant differences between male and female participants on the three results of the RAVLT. There was significant differences among participants who had different education level on the long term retention (F=3.3914, p<0.05). But, there were no significant differences among them on the verbal learning over trial as well as the short term retention. For all subjects, without differencing each group of the demography, the cutoff of the verbal learning over trial was 14 (the range was -3.0 to 39), the short term retention was 85 (the range was 22 to 144), and long term retention was 83 (the range was 22-133). The cutoff is based on the percentile 25 to differentiate the extreme low score to the normal score. It is interesting to discuss the results comparing to ohter research results from many countries.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: 100 Philosophy and Psychology > 150 Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: ms F. Dewi Retnowati
Date Deposited: 21 Jul 2021 06:32
Last Modified: 21 Jul 2021 06:32
URI: http://repository.unika.ac.id/id/eprint/25945

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