Cross-national comparisons of the Cambridge Cognitive Examination-revised: the CAMCOG-R: results from the European Harmonization Project for Instruments in Dementia.

@article{Verhey2003CrossnationalCO,
  title={Cross-national comparisons of the Cambridge Cognitive Examination-revised: the CAMCOG-R: results from the European Harmonization Project for Instruments in Dementia.},
  author={Frans R J Verhey and Felicia Huppert and Edith C C M Korten and Peter J. Houx and Marjolein E de Vugt and Natasja D. J. van Lang and P. Dedeyn and Jos Saerens and Mirco Neri and Luc Pieter De Vreese and Jordi Pe{\~n}a-Casanova and Peter B{\"o}hm and Gabriela Stoppe and Ulrich M Fleischmann and Anders Wallin and Per T O Hellstr{\"o}m and Huub A. M. Middelkoop and Ward L E M Bollen and Edwin L Klinkenberg and Mayke M. A. Derix and Jellemer Jolles},
  journal={Age and ageing},
  year={2003},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={534-40}
}
BACKGROUND Transnational and psychometrically appropriate versions of instruments used in the diagnosis of dementia are essential for comparing information between different countries. The Cambridge Examination for Mental Disorders of the Elderly incorporates a brief neuropsychological test battery, Cambridge Cognitive Examination (recently revised version), which provides objective data on performance across a number of cognitive domains. OBJECTIVE To harmonise the Cambridge Cognitive… CONTINUE READING