behavioral inattention test


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be·hav·ior·al in·at·ten·tion test

(BIT) (bē-hāv'yŏr-ăl in'ă-ten'shŭn test)
An assessment of safety used to determine areas of negligence in daily living. Subsets include eating a meal, sorting coins, copying an address, and following a map for directions.
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