Army research needs for automated neuropsychological tests: monitoring soldier health and performance status.

@article{Friedl2007ArmyRN,
  title={Army research needs for automated neuropsychological tests: monitoring soldier health and performance status.},
  author={Karl E. Friedl and Stephen J. Grate and Susan P. Proctor and James W Ness and Brian J Lukey and Robert L. Kane},
  journal={Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists},
  year={2007},
  volume={22 Suppl 1},
  pages={S7-14}
}
Information on the mental status of soldiers operating at the limits of human tolerance will be vital to their management in future deployments; it may also allow earlier intervention for conditions such as undiagnosed Gulf War illnesses and Parkinson's Disease. The Army needs a parsimonious set of neuropsychological tests that reliably identify subtle changes for: (1) early detection of individual health and military performance impairments and (2) management of occupational and deployment… CONTINUE READING

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