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Token Test - English

The Token Test developed by DeRenzi & Vignolo (1962).

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Find peer-reviewed, published research using the Inquisit Token Test

DeRenzi, E. & Vignolo, L.A. (1962). The Token Test: A Sensitive Test to detect Receptive disturbances in Aphasiacs, Brain, 85, 665-678.

Whitehouse, C. (1983). Token test performance by dyslexic adolescents. Brain and Language, 18(2), 224-35.

MLA (7th edition) Citation Aram, D., & Ekelman, B. (1987). Unilateral brain lesions in childhood: Performance on the Revised Token Test. Brain and Language, 32(1), 137-58.

D'Arcy, R., & Connolly, J. (1999). An event-related brain potential study of receptive speech comprehension using a modified Token Test. Neuropsychologia, 37(13), 1477-89.

Paula, J., Bertola, L., Nicolato, R., Moraes, E., & Malloy-Diniz, L. (n.d.). Evaluating Language Comprehension in Alzheimer's disease: The use of the Token Test. 70(6), 435-440.