[A short psychometric scale to evaluate the cognitive status of aged Spanish speakers].

@article{SnchezAyndez2003ASP,
  title={[A short psychometric scale to evaluate the cognitive status of aged Spanish speakers].},
  author={Melba S{\'a}nchez-Ay{\'e}ndez and Carlos A Cab{\'a}n and Leticia M G Fern{\'a}ndez and Walter Rosich and Ana Luisa D{\'a}vila and Mar{\'i}a Celeste Larriuz and Johan Hern{\'a}ndez and Alberto Garc{\'i}a Guruxarri and Alberto Palloni},
  journal={Puerto Rico health sciences journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={377-83}
}
During the last ten years there has been an interest for determining the prevalence and incidence of dementia among older adults and for cognitive tests that do to discriminate by level of education. This article revolves around the validation of a minimental exam, the Cabán minimental, to measure the cognitive capacity of Spanish-speaking adults 60 years of age and older; a test that is not affected by level of education. The factors measured in the Cabán minimental are: orientation, visual… CONTINUE READING