Correlations between performance on neuropsychological tests in children with chronic renal failure.

@article{Fennell1990CorrelationsBP,
  title={Correlations between performance on neuropsychological tests in children with chronic renal failure.},
  author={Robert S. Fennell and Eileen B. Fennell and Randolph L. Carter and Eric L. Mings and Andrea B. Klausner and James R. Hurst},
  journal={Child nephrology and urology},
  year={1990},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={
          199-204
        }
}
A series of neuropsychological tests were given every 6 months to children with renal failure for up to 4 testing periods. Controls matched to the renal failure children were also given the same series. Associations between various neuropsychological variables for both the renal and control subjects were estimated and compared by a generalized growth curve procedure. Measures of vigilance and immediate recall were significantly related to more complicated measures of memory; vigilance and… CONTINUE READING

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