Digit span and verbal fluency tests in patients with mild cognitive impairment and normal subjects in Thai-community.

@article{Muangpaisan2010DigitSA,
  title={Digit span and verbal fluency tests in patients with mild cognitive impairment and normal subjects in Thai-community.},
  author={Weerasak Muangpaisan and Somboon Intalapaporn and Prasert Assantachai},
  journal={Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet},
  year={2010},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={
          224-30
        }
}
BACKGROUND Far too little attention has been paid to the difference of Digit Span test and category verbal fluency test (CVFT) between normal and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) subjects. OBJECTIVE To investigate the difference of Digit Span test and CVFT between normal subjects and patients with MCI and study the influence of age, gender, and education on the task performance. MATERIAL AND METHOD The authors collected data of 77 participants diagnosed with amnestic MCI (from 517… CONTINUE READING
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