Continuous Performance Test Performance in a Normative Epidemiological Sample

@article{Conners2003ContinuousPT,
  title={Continuous Performance Test Performance in a Normative Epidemiological Sample},
  author={C. Keith Conners and Jeffery N. Epstein and Adrian Angold and John Klaric},
  journal={Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={31},
  pages={555-562}
}
A 14-min continuous performance test (CPT) requiring a high rate of responding was administered to a probability-weighted random sample of 816 9–17-year-old children drawn from a population of 17,117 children in an ongoing epidemiological and longitudinal study in Western North Carolina. Systematic main effects of improved performance with older age were found in this age range for all variables, including reaction time (RT), RT standard error, errors of omission, errors of commission, and… CONTINUE READING

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