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The Computer-Administered Neuropsychological Screen for Mild Cognitive Impairment (CANS-MCI), a computer administered, scored, and interpreted touch screen battery was evaluated for its ability to detect mild cognitive impairment. Subjects were three hundred ten community-dwelling elders who enrolled in an National Institute on Aging (NIA)-funded study.(More)
The ability of the MMPI to classify five well-defined patient groups was investigated (N = 394; control, neurologic, psychiatric, chronic pain, and random). Clinical inspection and discriminant function analyses of basic clinical and research scales could not classify groups correctly, but discriminant function analyses of 37 variables loaded with CNS items(More)
This paper presents data collected from 899 clinicians across three Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical centers where existing terminal-based architecture was being replaced with client-server architecture. Surveys were conducted with physicians (n = 184), nurses (n = 355) and other clinicians (n = 360) gathering user characteristics and their(More)
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