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AMPS

Abbreviation for:
Alcohol Misuse Prevention Study
assessment of motor and process skills (Medspeak-UK)

Assessment of Motor and Process Skills

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AMPS

A performance test of complex tasks required for activities of daily living, used in rehabilitation. It is one of the first of a generation of functional performance assessments designed to accommodate differences in settings and raters through statistical mechanisms.
See: functional assessment
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