A paper-and-pencil measure of prefrontal subcortical dysfunction.

Abstract

In a large sample of 722 community residents, scores on the Frontal Systems Behavior Scale were significantly associated with age, sex, and education, indicating that scores were higher for men, younger participants, and less educated participants. 

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@article{Spinella2006APM, title={A paper-and-pencil measure of prefrontal subcortical dysfunction.}, author={Marcello Spinella and David Lester and Bijou Yang}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, year={2006}, volume={103 3}, pages={676} }