Sensitivity of figural fluency on the five-point test to focal neurological dysfunction

@inproceedings{Lee1997SensitivityOF,
  title={Sensitivity of figural fluency on the five-point test to focal neurological dysfunction},
  author={Gregory P. Lee and Esther Strauss and David W. Loring and Lawrence McCloskey and John M. Haworth and Ralph A. W. Lehman},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract The Five-Point test, a measure of nonverbal figural fluency created by Regard, Strauss, and Knapp (1982), was administered to 258 patients (196 with neurologic disease and 62 with psychiatric disorders) to provide information on the sensitivity of the measure to frontal lobe dysfunction. Patients with frontal lobe dysfunction had a significantly higher percentage of perseverative errors than did nonfrontal neurologic and psychiatric patients on two versions of the Five-Point test… CONTINUE READING

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