Inquisit Tests

Naming Test

A Naming Test similar to the Boston Naming Test (Kaplan et al., 1983) for measuring word retrieval in individuals with aphasia or other language impairments caused by stroke, Alzheimer's, or dementia.

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Kaplan; Goodglass, Harold; Weintraub, Sandra (1983). Boston Naming Test. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger.

Nicholas, L.E.; Brookshire, R.H.; MacLennan, D.L.; Schumacher, J.G. & Porrazzo, S.A. (1988). The Boston Naming Test: Revised Administration and Scoring Procedureds and Normative Information for Non-Brain-Damaged Adults. In: Clinical Aphasiology. Boston: College-Hill Press. pp. 103–15.

Knesevich, John Wm., LaBarge, Emily, & Edwards, Dorothy. (1986). Predictive value of the Boston naming test in mild senile dementia of the alzheimer type. Psychiatry Research, 19(2), 155-161.

Busch, R., Frazier, T., Iampietro, M., Chapin, J., & Kubu, C. (2009). Clinical utility of the Boston Naming Test in predicting ultimate side of surgery in patients with medically intractable temporal lobe epilepsy: A double cross‐validation study. Epilepsia, 50(5), 1270-1273.

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