The Rey Auditory-Verbal Learning Test (AVLT) has been widely used in clinical neuropsychology because of the usefulness of its multiple measures of learning and memory and its ease of administration. Normative data has been reported for some patient populations but little normative data exists for healthy individuals. This study reports AVLT data for 222 job applicants, presently employed in a variety of occupations, who had previously passed basic-academic-skills tests and physical examinations and were motivated to perform well on AVLT testing. AVLT normative data are presented by WAIS-R FSIQ, Age, Education, and by Age and FSIQ combined. We also present a proposal for sharing and pooling data to expand the data matrix we present.
Wiens, Arthur N.; McMinn, Mark R.; and Crossen, John R., "Rey Auditory-Verbal Learning Test: Development of Norms for Healthy Young Adults" (1988). Faculty Publications - Grad School of Clinical Psychology. 321.