Computerized Neurocognitive Scanning: I. Methodology and Validation in Healthy People

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Neuropsychological testing batteries are applied in neurobehavioral evaluations of brain disorders, including neuropsychiatric populations. They are lengthy, require expert administrators and professional scorers, and are prone to data handling errors. We describe a brief computerized neurocognitive “scan” that assesses similar domains with adequate… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0893-133X(01)00278-0

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@article{Gur2001ComputerizedNS, title={Computerized Neurocognitive Scanning: I. Methodology and Validation in Healthy People}, author={Ruben C. Gur and John Daniel Ragland and Paul J. Moberg and Travis H Turner and Warren B. Bilker and Christian Kohler and Steven J. Siegel and Raquel E. Gur}, journal={Neuropsychopharmacology}, year={2001}, volume={25}, pages={766-776} }