National Adult Reading Test


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National Adult Reading Test

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NART

An intelligence test in which subjects are asked to read and pronounce words with unusual spellings.
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Accuracy of the Wechsler Test of Adult Reading (WTAR) and National Adult Reading Test (NARt) when estimating IQ in a healthy Australian sample.
Estimating premorbid intellectual level in dementia using the National Adult Reading Test: A Canadian study.
A longitudinal study of word-reading ability in Alzheimer's disease: Evidence from the National Adult Reading Test. Cortex, 27, 367-376.
Estimation of premorbid IQin individuals with Alzheimer's disease using Japanese ideographic script (Kanji) compound words: Japanese version of National Adult Reading Test. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 60, 332-339.
National Adult Reading Test. Windsor, UK: NFER-Nelson.
The inter-rater reliability of the National Adult Reading Test (NART): A pilot study.
How robust is performance on the National Adult Reading Test following traumatic brain injury?
In clinical practice, judgements about premorbid level of functioning are often made using qualitative information about overall ability in conjunction with tests of overlearned skills such as the National Adult Reading Test (NART) and Spot the Word (STW).
Prediction of WAIS IQ with the National Adult Reading Test: Cross-validation and extension.
National Adult Reading Test performance in established dementia.
National Adult Reading Test. The NART (Nelson & Willison, 1991) is a reading test comprising 50 words of irregular pronunciation (e.g.
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