Boston Naming Test

Also found in: Acronyms.

Boston Naming Test



A neuropsychiatric test to measure aphasia and naming ability. In the test the subject must name 60 line drawings of common and rarely seen objects. It is frequently used to assess patients with autism, brain injuries, or strokes.
References in periodicals archive ?
All the individuals were given neuropsychological tests, including the MMSE, California verbal learning test second edition, Rey complex figure test, digit span, verbal fluency, Boston naming test, and digit symbol coding tests.
Salmon and his associates used the Boston Naming Test and tests of letter and category fluency to measure language and semantic memory.

Full browser ?