Partial measurement equivalence of French and English versions of the Canadian Study of Health and Aging neuropsychological battery.

@article{Tuokko2009PartialME,
  title={Partial measurement equivalence of French and English versions of the Canadian Study of Health and Aging neuropsychological battery.},
  author={Holly Anna Tuokko and Pak Hei Benidito Chou and Stephen C. Bowden and Martine Simard and Bernadette Ska and Margaret Crossley},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS},
  year={2009},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={416-25}
}
Neuropsychological batteries are often translated for use across populations differing in preferred language. Yet, equivalence in construct measurement across groups cannot be assumed. To address this issue, we examined data from the Canadian Study of Health and Aging, a large study of older adults. We tested the hypothesis that the latent variables underlying the neuropsychological battery administered in French or English were the same (invariant). The best-fitting baseline model, established… CONTINUE READING

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