These three abilities are measured by LOTCA and reflect considerable measurement convergence.
The LOTCA orientation scale barely correlates with neuropsychology tests.
Finally, there are newer versions of LOTCA than the one used which could provide all-new data not contemplated by this initial version.
Moreover, significant positive correlation was obtained between the older subjects in the motor praxis, vasomotor organization, thinking operations, and attention and concentration domains of the LOTCA scores and their performance of functional physical activity.
Engel-Yeger, "Using the LOTCA to measure cultural and sociodemographic effects on cognitive skills in two groups of children," The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, vol.
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