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Near-Vision Acuity Levels and Performance on Neuropsychological Assessments Used in Occupational Therapy/ Linda A. Hunt, Carl J. Bassi

By: HUNT LA.
Contributor(s): Bassi CJ.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Geriatria | Neuropsicologia | Teràpia Ocupacional | Test | Vista | aging | Cognition | Mental process | Neuropsychological tests | Vision, low | Visual acuityOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2010 GEN-FEB; 64 (1): 105-113Summary: We investigated how induced blur affects performance on the Trail Making Test and Digit Symbol Test routinely factorial design with both age (young and 20/100) manipulated between participants. analysis. Significant differences (p < 20/100 blur level as well as between participants decreased as a function of evaluations used throughout the lifespan may Occupational therapists’ understanding of evaluation process.
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We investigated how induced blur affects performance on the Trail Making Test and Digit Symbol Test routinely factorial design with both age (young and 20/100) manipulated between participants. analysis. Significant differences (p < 20/100 blur level as well as between participants decreased as a function of evaluations used throughout the lifespan may Occupational therapists’ understanding of evaluation process.

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