Millisecond Naming Test

Alternate Names: Boston Naming Test

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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.
Duration: 5 minutes
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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.