Neuropsychological test


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Neuropsychological test

A test or assessment given to diagnose a brain disorder or disease.
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(Alliance News) - Cambridge Cognition Holdings PLC said Monday it has expanded further into the Chinese market, with the introduction of its Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery assessments.
Under HeadSMART II, the company is collecting extensive cognitive and neuropsychological test data critical to the assessment of each patient's cognitive state in addition to the biologic response measured by biomarkers that are released upon injury.
However, nonsignificant correlations were observed between the MSNQ-P and neuropsychological test performance.
The maturation status of the central nervous system at the time of MS onset is a long-term prognostic factor, and it is crucial to develop appropriate neuropsychological test batteries that assess different cognitive domains in children and adolescents with MS.
Tenders are invited for Cambdride neuropsychological test automated battery(cantab
Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) is a widely used neuropsychological test that measures the ability of set-shifting.
'That's why I'm asking investigators to please subject him to a neuropsychological test so we can give him the right treatment before his condition worsens,' she added.
Takeda's discussion of the DSST emphasized that it correlated well with other items in a more extensive neuropsychological test battery, and that improvement on the DSST also correlated with some objective measures of function.
The PhD thesis of Ilona Hallikainen focuses on the progression of Alzheimer's symptoms after diagnosis and sheds new light on the usability of the CERAD neuropsychological test battery in the monitoring of the progression of the disease.
For example, validation studies of the cultural relevance and equivalency of neuropsychological test items when applied with Maori needs further investigation.
et, "Neuropsychological test performance in mildly hypoxemic patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease" Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, vol.

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