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Discrepancy analysis and Australian norms for the Trail Making Test.

著者 Senior G , Piovesana A , Beaumont P
Clin Neuropsychol.2018 04 ; 32(3):510-523.
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Discrepancy analyses refer to comparison methods that evaluate the relationship or differences between two measures in the same individual. A common type of discrepancy analysis involves the comparison of two trials within a measure, such as, Trails A and B of the Trail Making Test (TMT). The TMT is well-suited to this role as the two measures are highly correlated, assess similar underlying constructs, and most importantly demonstrate differential vulnerability to the impact of pathology. While the inclusion of these types of data in the form of difference scores or ratios has become more frequent, this information has been presented only for demographically adjusted subgroups and has not taken into account the level of performance of the comparison trial, Trails A.
PMID: 28752789 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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