Do the ABCS 135 short cognitive screen and its subtests discriminate between normal cognition, mild cognitive impairment and dementia?

@article{Standish2007DoTA,
  title={Do the ABCS 135 short cognitive screen and its subtests discriminate between normal cognition, mild cognitive impairment and dementia?},
  author={Timothy I M Standish and D. William Molloy and Alwin Cunje and David L. Lewis},
  journal={International journal of geriatric psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={189-94}
}
BACKGROUND Cognitive screening instruments are either too long for routine clinical use or not sensitive to distinguish mild cognitive impairment (MCI) from normal cognition (NC) or dementia. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of the AB Cognitive Screen (ABCS) and its subtests with a view to improving its ability to differentiate… CONTINUE READING