Mikogo's test results as well as the Online Meeting Tools category test
overview can be found online:
Assessment of executive function/problem solving was conducted using a computerised adaptation of the Russell Revised Short Form of the Halstead Category Test
(RCat; part of the Cat[TM] Category Test
, Multi-Health Systems Inc, North Tonawanda NY USA), which is a component of the larger Reitan test battery.
In the experimental group infants did not increase looking time to novel category test
trials, indicating they did not categorize approving and comforting utterances across languages.
Fairly consistent evidence shows that at least some individuals with schizophrenia can learn how to do the WCST [15-16] and that this training may generalize to other assessments of abstract reasoning, such as the Category Test
It may also provide differential information, because patients with vascular dementia have more impairment in the phonemic test than the category test
The test may provide differential information, because patients with vascular dementia have more impairment in the phonemic test than the category test
Performance of brain-injured versus healthy adults in three versions of the Category Test
. Clinical Neuropsychologist, 11, 174-179.
(%) Birds eye & freckle 77.0 Bark & pitch pockets 60.5 Wane 72.5 Clear 77.0 Split 86.0 Stain 40.0 Blue stain 89.0 Pith 81.5 Dead knot 75.0 Live knot 61.0 Hole 99.5 Total 74.5 Table 4.--Percentage of correct classifications on the test set for seven defect categories, obtained with a combination of three neural classifiers.
To measure cognitive abilities, the adolescents completed the Block Design and Similarities subtests of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised (Wechsler, 1974) and the Booklet Category Test
(Halstead, 1947), a measure of abstract thinking.
They administered the Halstead Category Test
(HCT) of the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery (HRNB) (Golden, 1979; Hevern, 1980; Reitan & Davison, 1974) to 30 inpatients within eight weeks of injury.