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A checklist or (check list) is used as an aid to memory. It helps to ensure consistency and completeness in carrying out a task. A basic example is the "to do list." A more advanced checklist would be a schedule, which lays out tasks to be done according to time of day or other factors.
Check lists in psychologyEdit
- Gough Adjective Check List
- Learys Interpersonal Check List
- Mooney Problem Check List
- Child Behavior Checklist]
Checklists are presented as lists with small checkboxes down the left hand side of the page. A small tick or checkmark is drawn in the box after the item has been completed.