Wisconsin Card Sorting Test

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Wisconsin Card Sorting Test

(wĭs-kŏn′sĭn),

WCST

A neuropsychiatric test in which subjects are asked to group a series of symbols by their form and color. The test and its adaptations are used to assess disorders that affect the frontal lobes of the brain, e.g., schizophrenia.
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Wisconsin card sorting test (WCST): The WCST test used in this research was applied in a specific program format prepared on a computer One of the four stimulant cards (each with a different color number, and shape) is expected to be matched with a fifth card.
Moreover, according to our study, boys with ODD further exhibited difficulties in the WCST and SWM tasks.
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On the WCST, the majority of the sample failed in completing the six categories, presenting a large number of errors (see Table 2).
According to our results, obese subjects made more perseverative responses in the WCST, completed fewer categories, committed more perseverative and non perseveratives errors, and obtained lower scores on conceptual level responses in WCST.
To investigate the relation between the constructs visuomotor maturity and EFs, associations between the B-GSS and WCST scores were sought by correlating the total score of the former with the total values of the latter.
The WCST error rate and results of data analysis such as eigenvalues were applied to the SVM classification.
The stroke group had significantly fewer completed categories on the WCST test compared with the control group [t (73) = 12:36, p < .
0001) improvement was observed in O/D subscale of IOWA, CGI, Coding Test, Stroop Color-word Test, WCST, and academic performance at week 12 versus baseline.
26) The WCST is considered an excellent high-level test of executive function, (27) particularly cognitive flexibility.