Practice effects associated with the repeated assessment of cognitive function using the CogState battery at 10-minute, one week and one month test-retest intervals

Authors: Marina G Falleti, Paul Maruff, Alexander Collie, David G Darby

Journal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology

Year Published: 2006

There are many situations in which cognitive tests need to be administered on more than two occasions and at very brief test-retest intervals to detect change in group performance. However, previous literature has not specifically addressed […]

Reliability of repeated cognitive assessment of dementia using a brief computerized battery

Authors: Dustin Hammers, Elizabeth Spurgeon, Kelly Ryan, Carol Persad, Judith Heidebrink, Nancy Barbas, Roger Albin, Kirk Frey, David Darby, Bruno Giordani

Journal: American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias

Year Published: 2011

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the short-term stability and reliability of a brief computerized cognitive battery in established dementia types. Method: Patients were administered the computerized battery twice with administrations approximately 2 […]

Between-seasons test-retest reliability of clinically measured reaction time in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I athletes

Authors: James T Eckner, Jeffrey S Kutcher, James K Richardson

Journal: Journal of Athletic Training

Year Published: 2011

Context: Reaction time is typically impaired after concussion. A clinical test of reaction time (RT(clin)) that does not require a computer to administer may be a valuable tool to assist in concussion diagnosis and management. Objective: […]

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