Longitudinal Measurement Invariance of Executive Functioning Measures and the Use of Process Variables to Distinguish Novice and Experienced Test-Taking Patterns
Serial neuropsychological assessments are used to monitor change in cognitive status. Interpreting change scores can be challenging due to the impact of practice effects and test-retest reliability. Measures of executive function may be susceptible to practice effects due to their reliance on the novelty of the task. Longitudinal measurement invariance, which helps to ensure the valid interpretation of longitudinal results, has not been examined for most executive functioning measures. The current study sought to test the longitudinal measurement invariance of several commonly used measures of ...
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