The Penn Conditional Exclusion Test: a new measure of executive-function with alternate forms of repeat administration.

@article{Kurtz2004ThePC,
  title={The Penn Conditional Exclusion Test: a new measure of executive-function with alternate forms of repeat administration.},
  author={Matthew Kurtz and John Daniel Ragland and Paul J. Moberg and Ruben C. Gur},
  journal={Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists},
  year={2004},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={191-201}
}
Studies of change in neuropsychological function over time in both healthy and diseased populations have been hindered by the absence of alternate forms of most commonly used neuropsychological tests. The Penn Conditional Exclusion Test (PCET) was developed as a new cognitive instrument to assess "executive" functioning with four alternate forms. In Study 1, the PCET was administered in counterbalanced order to 80 healthy young adults to establish equivalent test difficulty. Results revealed… CONTINUE READING

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