The Short NART: utility in a memory disorders clinic.


Beardsall & Brayne (1990) have introduced a method for estimating full-length National Adult Reading Test (NART) scores using the scores on the first half of the test only. They suggest that this is appropriate for subjects who are of low reading ability and might otherwise find testing distressing. Crawford, Parker, Allan, Jack & Morrison (1991) have… (More)


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@article{Bucks1996TheSN, title={The Short NART: utility in a memory disorders clinic.}, author={Romola S. Bucks and Michael Scott and T. Pearsall and Deborah L. Ashworth}, journal={The British journal of clinical psychology}, year={1996}, volume={35 ( Pt 1)}, pages={133-41} }