Comparing the Electronic and Standard Versions of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in an Outpatient Memory Disorders Clinic: A Validation Study

@inproceedings{Berg2018ComparingTE,
  title={Comparing the Electronic and Standard Versions of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in an Outpatient Memory Disorders Clinic: A Validation Study},
  author={Jody-Lynn Berg and January Durant and Gabriel C. L{\'e}ger and Jeffrey L. Cummings and Ziad Samir Nasreddine and Justin B Miller},
  booktitle={Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD},
  year={2018}
}
The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has become widely used as a brief test of cognitive function in patients with neurological disease. More convenient application of the MoCA might increase its use and enhance its utility. An electronic version of the MoCA has recently been developed. To establish validity of the electronic version (eMoCA), discrepancy scores, concordance correlation coefficients (CCC), and root mean squared differences (RMSD) were calculated between each administration… CONTINUE READING

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