Human neurobehavioral research methods: impact of subject variables.

@article{Anger1997HumanNR,
  title={Human neurobehavioral research methods: impact of subject variables.},
  author={W. Kent Anger and Owen Sizemore and Stephan Grossmann and Jeremy A. Glasser and Richard Letz and Rosemarie M Bowler},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={1997},
  volume={73 1-2},
  pages={18-41}
}
Behavioral tests are used in work site and community research to detect and characterize the effects of neurotoxic chemical exposures in human populations, but the influence of subject variables on test performance has not been well studied in normal adult populations. This research sought to evaluate the impact of two variables, education and cultural group, on 18 widely used tests of neurotoxic insult. Behavioral tests from the two consensus neurotoxicity test batteries (established by the… CONTINUE READING

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