Determining Reliable Change on Tests of Executive Function: A Meta-analysis
Serial assessments are often used in neuropsychology to document disease progression, monitor recovery from injury, and evaluate efficacy of therapeutic interventions. Despite the frequency of serial assessments, adequate information needed to appropriately assess change on neuropsychological measures is often not available. Interpreting change accurately is a complex endeavor as one must account for factors that can impact variations in test performance, including reliability of the measure, practice effects, statistical artifacts, retest interval length, and client characteristics. Executive ...
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