SCOLP

AcronymDefinition
SCOLPSpeed and Capacity of Language Processing
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We also initially used the Speed and Capacity of Language Processing Test (SCOLP, Baddeley et al., 1992) to see whether this had sufficient discriminatory power to differentiate between the students' improvement during their program and any differences between students and working interpreters.
The STW (Baddeley, Hazel, & Nimmo Smith, 1992) was developed as part of the Speed and Capacity of Language Processing (SCOLP) assessment (Saxton, Ratcliff, Dodge, Pandau, Baddeley, & Ganguli, 2001) and consists of 60 word pairs.