The Randt Memory Test evaluates mild to moderate memory loss in a variety of neurologically involved populations, including the elderly. The test consists of modules which evaluate primary, rote, associative, discourse, and incidental memory functions. A picture recognition and recall paradigm and general information section are also part of the test. The test takes 20-25 minutes to administer, plus an optional 5-minute follow-up 24 hours later by telephone or in person. The Randt test must be administered by a human examiner and is not computerized ($75). There is an optional computer program which trains the examiner in administering and scoring the test ($40). The computer program also can be used to save patient test score data as a file which can be accessed at any time. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple II+ and Apple IIe computers.