On the relation between demographic variables and neuropsychological test performance
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This paper reports a study of the relation between demographic variables and neuropsychological test performance in a sample of 141 normal subjects. A preliminary analysis demonstrated the importance of age, educational level, sex, and Verbal IQ for the prediction of neuropsychological test performance. The main study is a detailed analysis of the relation between these four variables and neuropsychological test performance. The results are presented in the form of standardized regression coefficients and are discussed in relation to the problem of predicting expected premorbid performance in neuropsychological tests.
|Journal||Scandinavian Journal of Psychology|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 1993|
- demographic variables, Neuropsychological test performance, prediction of premorbid performance, premorbid test performance