Halstead-Reitan battery

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Hal·stead-Rei·tan bat·ter·y

(hahl'sted rī'tan),
a battery of neuropsychological tests (category test, tactual performance test, Seashore test, speech sounds perception test, finger oscillation test, trail-making test, dynamometer to measure strength of grip) used to study brain-behavior functions as well as the effects of brain damage on behavior.

Halstead,

Ward C., U.S. psychologist, 1908-1968.
Halstead-Reitan battery - a battery of neuropsychological tests used to study brain-behavior functions. Synonym(s): Tactual Performance Test

Reitan,

Ralph M., U.S. psychologist, 1922–.
Halstead-Reitan battery - see under Halstead
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Nevertheless, this explanation is not entirely satisfactory given the (negative) loadings of the two scores from the Halstead-Reitan Tactual Performance Test, both of which invoke a similar relationship between hand speed and memory.
Negative Loadings of the Halstead-Reitan Tactual Performance Test
It is somewhat surprising that two measures derived from the HRNTB Tactual Performance Test have significant negative loadings on Factors 5 and 6.