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UA psychologist creates tool for measuring memory

(University of Arizona) When University of Arizona psychologist Jamie Edgin grew frustrated with the lack of an effective test for measuring memory in children with intellectual disabilities, she created her own test. It has now been translated into a touchscreen assessment that she is honing with support from a $2.9 million grant.
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