The “Test Your Memory” test performs better than the MMSE in a population without known cognitive dysfunction

@article{Koekkoek2013TheY,
  title={The “Test Your Memory” test performs better than the MMSE in a population without known cognitive dysfunction},
  author={Paula S Koekkoek and Guy Ehm Rutten and Esther van den Berg and Sanne van Sonsbeek and Kees J. Gorter and L. Jaap Kappelle and Geert Jan Biessels},
  journal={Journal of the Neurological Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={328},
  pages={92-97}
}
AIM To examine the relation of performance on the self-administered Test Your Memory test (TYM) and the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) with a comprehensive neuropsychological assessment in a population sample including people with modest cognitive decrements. METHODS Eighty-six participants (aged 56-77 years), without known cognitive dysfunction, performed a neuropsychological assessment including MMSE, and were asked to fill out the TYM. The relation between both the TYM and the MMSE… CONTINUE READING
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