Validity of a short form of the category test in relation to age, education, and gender.

Abstract

Data for 289 subjects participating in an ongoing study of neuropsychological test performance were used to evaluate the relationship between age and prediction of performance on the long form of the Halstead-Reitan Category Test (CAT) from a short form developed by Calsyn, O'Leary, and Chaney (1980). The major questions were whether: (a) age, education, or… (More)

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