The Location Learning Test - Revised (LLT-R) assesses spatial memory. Spatial memory is highly relevant for everyday functioning, as it enables us to remember the location of objects in our environment and to navigate. Spatial-memory deficits are often found in dementia and other forms of amnesia, but may also occur as a result of more focal brain injury (like a stroke).
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