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Cambridge Test of Prospective Memory

CAMPROMPT
  • Hazel Emslie
  • Jennifer Foley
  • Yvonne Groot
  • Kari Hawkins
  • Agnes Shiel
  • Peter Watson
  • Barbara A. Wilson
Assess difficulties in prospective memory
Please allow for up to 6 weeks for delivery.

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    Starter & complete kits, print & digital

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  • CAMPROMPT Complete Kit in Bag
    749133376 Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual, 25 Record Forms, Stimulus Cards, analogical clock, and 2 digital kitchen timers

    In stock 503,45 $

    1-4 503,45 $
    5-9 478,28 $
    10-24 453,11 $
    25-50 427,93 $
    51+ 402,76 $
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  • CAMPROMPT Record Form
    749133694 Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25

    In stock 105,65 $

    1-4 105,65 $
    5-9 100,37 $
    10-24 95,09 $
    25-50 89,80 $
    51+ 84,52 $
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Overview

Publication date:
2005
Age range:
Adult
Scores/Interpretation:
Hand-scoring
Qualification level:
B
Administration Format:
Paper-and-pencil

Product Details

The Cambridge Test of Prospective Memory (CAMPROMPT) is an objective and standardized clinical instrument offering insights into a client's prospective memory or his/her ability to remember to do things at a particular time or within a given interval of time. Accommodating activities in daily life, the CAMPROMPT is ecologically valid and composed of three time-based tasks and three event-based tasks that address failures in prospective memory. Everyday life examples that may impact a person's independence include remembering to:

  • Put a letter in a mailbox on the way home
  • Phone mother
  • Turn off the stove
  • Take medication

In addition, the CAMPROMPT assessment provides valid data for planning programs aimed at remediating prospective memory difficulties.