The Tower of London spatial problem-solving task: enhancing clinical and research implementation.

@article{Berg2002TheTO,
  title={The Tower of London spatial problem-solving task: enhancing clinical and research implementation.},
  author={W Keith Berg and Dana L Byrd},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={24 5},
  pages={586-604}
}
Since its development in 1982, The Tower of London (TOL; Shallice, 1982) spatial problem-solving task has been increasingly employed in test batteries of executive functions. This task has served as a rich source of information on preparation, planning and processing, but a number of issues remain unaddressed in the literature: (1) the problem structure, or problem space of the task, (2) the impact of modifications from the original, Shallice TOL, and (3) the variety of performance measures… CONTINUE READING
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