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MIST

The ongoing distracter task, a word search puzzle, was chosen to be familiar, engaging, and accessible to most examinees, including those with more severe neurological dysfunction.
Memory for Intentions Test™ (MIST™)
Sarah Raskin, PhD and Carol Buckheit, MS, MA; Professional Manual by Sarah Raskin, PhD, Carol Buckheit, MS, MA, and Christina Sherrod, PhD
Purpose:Comprehensively measure many aspects of prospective memory functioning
Age range:18 to 95 years
Admin:Individual
Admin time:30 minutes
Qualification level:C
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Prospective memory, also referred to as memory for intentions, is the ability to remember to carry out a future task. It has been linked to poor medical adherence and poor functional outcomes. The MIST, a test of eight time-delayed prospective memory tasks, separates itself from other prospective memory tests by including multidimensional tasks, analyzing the types of skills that may compromise performance, and being appropriate for individuals with neurological disorders.

Tasks were designed to measure the everyday aspects of prospective memory performance

  • Each MIST task is a real-world task that one might have to perform in daily life.
  • MIST trials vary by cue type (time vs. event), time delay (long vs. short), and response type (action vs. verbal).
  • A Delayed Prospective Memory Task with a 24-hour delay enables you to approximate the examinee’s time span of actual memory for intentions in daily life.
  • Each task includes a delay between encoding and retrieval and is performed amid a separate ongoing activity. No explicit prompt is given when the occasion to act occurs.
  • Five types of errors can be analyzed: prospective memory failure errors, task substitution errors, loss of content errors, loss of time errors, and random errors.
  • Two forms mitigate practice effects.
  • To evaluate retrospective memory functioning, a series of multiple-choice recognition items given at the end of the testing session query the participant on the specific tasks were presented during the test.
  • The MIST has been studied in many clinical populations, including multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease, and more.

Kits
Item numberProduct descriptionList priceAdd to Cart
WW-6834-KTMIST Introductory Kit
includes MIST Professional Manual, 25 Form A Record Forms, 25 Form A Word Search Sheets, 25 Score Summary Sheets, 25 Request for Records Forms, and a Digital Clock in a soft-sided attaché case
$221.00
WW-6835-KTMIST Comprehensive Kit
includes MIST Professional Manual, 25 Form A Record Forms, 25 Form B Record Forms, 25 Form A Word Search Sheets, 25 Form B Word Search Sheets, 25 Score Summary Sheets, 25 Request for Records Forms, and a Digital Clock in a soft-sided attaché case
$291.00
Manuals, Books, and Equipment
Item numberProduct descriptionList priceAdd to Cart
WW-6836-TMMIST Professional Manual$80.00
WW-6843-EQMIST Digital Clock$19.00
Forms and Booklets
Item numberProduct descriptionList priceAdd to Cart
WW-6837-RFMIST Form A Record Forms (pkg/25)$48.00
WW-6838-RFMIST Form B Record Forms (pkg/25)$48.00
WW-6839-RFMIST Form A Word Search Sheets (pad/25)$30.00
WW-6840-RFMIST Form B Word Search Sheets (pad/25)$30.00
WW-6841-SFMIST Score Summary Sheets (pad/25)$36.00
WW-6842-RFMIST Request for Records Forms (pad/25)$30.00
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