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OBJECTIVE The purpose of this research was to examine the predictive validity of a brief, outpatient neuropsychological battery relative to concurrent functional outcomes 1-25 years post traumatic brain injury. METHOD A cross-sectional analysis from an archival database. Participants were 377 persons aged 16-85, 1-25 years post mild-complicated to severe… (More)
In a sample of depressed psychiatric inpatients, the Mezzich regression formula, based on five MMPI scales, correlated moderately with clinicians' judgments and yielded few false negative diagnoses in identifying patients with unipolar Major Depressive Disorder, but was less effective in eliminating false positives.
When stimuli are presented rapidly, repetitions are often undetected--a phenomenon called "repetition blindness" (RB; Kanwisher Cognition, 27, 117-143, 1987). Grouping of nonlinguistic items has been found to prevent RB (Goldfarb & Treisman Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 1042-1049, 2011). In order to determine whether this effect could be found with… (More)