age score n.
age-equivalent score n.
Changes in Sensory Organization Test Scores with Age
Normal aging increases cognitive heterogeneity: Analysis of dispersion in WAIS-III scores across age
The ABC (age, biomarkers, clinical history) stroke risk score: a biomarker-based risk score for predicting stroke in atrial fibrillation
The validity of the original EuroSCORE and EuroSCORE II in patients over the age of seventy
Potential Impact of Age- and Education-Corrected Scores on HRNB Score Patterns in Participants With Focal Brain Injury
A biomarker-based risk score to predict death in patients with atrial fibrillation: the ABC (age, biomarkers, clinical history) death risk score
DASH Diet Score and Distribution of Blood Pressure in Middle-Aged Men and Women
Age-Related Differences and Heterogeneity in Executive Functions: Analysis of NAB Executive Functions Module Scores
Aging-1How do Scores on the ADAS-Cog, MMSE, and CDR-SOB Correspond?
Review: Accounting for Prematurity in Developmental Assessment and the Use of Age-Adjusted Scores
Cognitive testing of elderly Chinese people in Singapore: influence of education and age on normative scores
Dementia does not explain correlation between age and scores on Boston Naming Test☆
Development of an easy prognostic score for frailty outcomes in the aged
Coordinated Analysis of Age, Sex, and Education Effects on Change in MMSE Scores
SP287VALIDATION OF THE BANSAL AND WEISS MORTALITY SCORES IN THE MRC OLDER AGE STUDY
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In psychometrics, another name for an age-equivalent score.
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