Investigating the diagnostic accuracy of a paper-and-pencil and a computerized cognitive test battery for pediatric mild traumatic brain injury

Authors: Veronik Sicard, David D Stephenson, Danielle C Hergert, Andrew B Dodd, Cidney R Robertson-Benta, Sharvani Pabbathi Reddy, Keith Owen Yeates, Jason A Cromer, Timothy B Meier, Richard A Campbell, John P Phillips, Robert E Sapien, Andrew R Mayer

Journal: Neuropsychology

Year Published: 2022

Objective: This study assessed classification accuracy of paper-and-pencil and computerized cognitive batteries at subacute (SA; 1-11 days) and early chronic (EC; ∼4 months) phases of pediatric mild traumatic brain injury (pmTBI). Two statistical approaches focused on […]

Older Black Adults’ Satisfaction and Anxiety Levels After Completing Alternative Versus Traditional Cognitive Batteries

Authors: Alyssa A Gamaldo, Shyuan Ching Tan, Angie L Sardina, Carolyn Henzi, Rosalyn Guest, Lesley A Ross, Kurtis Willingham, Alan B Zonderman, Ross A Andel

Journal: The Journals of Gerontology: Series B Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences

Year Published: 2018

Objective The objective of this study was to examine satisfaction, test anxiety, and performance using computer-based cognitive batteries versus a paper-and-pencil neuropsychological battery among older Blacks. Method Self-identified Black adults (n = 87, age range: 55-86; […]

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