sorting test

sorting test

 [sort´ing]
a type of test for assessing abstract thinking; the patient must arrange objects or cards into groups based on some abstract relationship. Schizophrenics and patients with cortical lesions show impaired performance.
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Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) is a widely used neuropsychological test that measures the ability of set-shifting.
Dalradian Resources, a Canadian junior exploration and development company, announced positive ore sorting test results based on a bulk sample of mineralized development material from several of the veins at its Curraghinalt gold project in Northern Ireland.
The sorting test in this experiment is used to ascertain if the sorting of stimuli after the MTS test gave a different pattern depending on the number of classes with pictorial C stimuli.
The Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST; Heaton, Chelune, Talley, Kay, & Curtiss, 1993) is a measure of executive function which requires cognitive flexibility.
The tests are Trail Making Test (TMT), Verbal Fluency Test (VFT), Design Fluency Test (DFT), Color-Word Interference Test (CWIT), Sorting Test (ST), Twenty Questions Test (TQT), Word Context Test (WCT), Tower Test (TT), and Proverb Test (PT).
Ore Sorting test work: in progress with first pass results indicating the potential to significantly upgrade the mined ore bulk grade with an associated reduction in tonnages, thereby reducing haulage and processing costs.
The Modified Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (MWCST) (adapted by Nelson, 1976, and standardized by Zimmermann, Cardoso, Trentini, Grassi-Oliveira & Fonseca, 2015).
In addition, his impairment in abstract thinking and problem solving was evident from the Wisconsin card sorting test results.
Jodzio and Biechowska (2010) reported that performance on the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) is associated with performance on tasks which measure impulsivity, such as the Go/No-Go Task.
Abbreviations MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging WCST: Wisconsin card sorting test PANSS: Positive and negative syndrome scale SVM: Support vector machine jICA: Joint independent component analysis CSF: Cerebrospinal fluid GMV: Grey matter volume WMV: White matter volume VBM: Voxel-based morphometry.
Secondary endpoints included opposition/defiant (O/D) subscale of IOWA, Clinical Global Impression (CGI), Coding Test, Stroop Color-word Test, Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST), academic performance on teacher-rated school examinations, and safety at week 12 compared with baseline.