FAS and CFL forms of verbal fluency differ in difficulty: a meta-analytic study.

@article{Barry2008FASAC,
  title={FAS and CFL forms of verbal fluency differ in difficulty: a meta-analytic study.},
  author={Danielle Barry and Marsha E. Bates and Erich W. Labouvie},
  journal={Applied neuropsychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={
          97-106
        }
}
The Controlled Oral Word Association (COWA) Test is a brief and sensitive measure of executive cognitive dysfunction. There are two commonly used forms of the test, one using the letters F, A, and S, and the other using C, F, and L. This study examines the relative difficulty of the two forms using a meta-analytic approach that includes multiple samples of normal individuals. The effects of age, education, gender composition, exclusion criteria, and age of study are also examined. Results… CONTINUE READING

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