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When faced with a relatively novel task, it is reasonable to assume that increases in performance efficiency depend upon processing adjustments that occur in response to errant or suboptimal performance. For such dynamic corrections to occur, the errors must first be noted, which can be challenging in contexts where no external feedback is provided. In the(More)
Psychometrically sound screening of cognitive functioning can be advantageous in identifying persons most likely at risk for some specified condition or in need of further diagnostic study, and where brevity is required-whether because of the press of patients who may benefit from an assessment or because the patient's condition may preclude a lengthy(More)
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